We are anonprofit volunteer management organization. We address community needs by coordinating volunteer opportunities for individuals from all walks of life. We partner with a wide range of community service organizations and government agencies to tackle issues like homelessness, hunger, education, animal welfare, environmental challenges, and so much more.
Whether you're interested in one-time volunteer opportunities or making a long-term commitment, we have a way for YOU to give back to your community.
Fresno Madera Homeless Point-in-Time Count
Have you thought about helping the homeless lately but unsure of how?
Well here is a great opportunity! We are looking for motivated volunteers wanting to help out the homeless people of Fresno County and Madera County.
Before volunteering, there are a few steps you need to take.
Step 1: Register with Fresno at http://bit.ly/fresnopit2019 or register with Madera at http://bit.ly/maderapit2019
Step 2: YOU MUST ATTEND A MANDATORY TRAINING
Madera: Tuesday January 22, 1:30pm-3:30pm at CAPMC 1225 Gill Ave. Conf. RM 1A & 1B Madera, CA 93637
Fresno: Wednesday January 23, 2:00PM-4:00PM OR 6:00PM-8:00PM at the Nielsen Center 3110 W. Nielsen Ave. Fresno, CA 93706 Fresno: Saturday January 26, 10AM-12PM at the Nielsen Center 3110 W. Nielsen Ave. Fresno, CA 93706
Step 3: VOLUNTEER in FRESNO: Nielsen Center, 3110 W. Nielsen Ave, Fresno, CA 93706 Tally Count: Tuesday January 29, 2019 5PM-12AM Survey Day 1: Wednesday January 30, 2019, 5PM-12AM Survey Day 2: Thursday January 31, 2019 7AM-4PM
VOLUNTEER in MADERA: CAPMC 1225 Gill Ave. Madera, CA 93637 Tally Count: Tuesday January 29, 2019 5PM-12AM Survey
Day 1: Wednesday January 30, 2019 8AM-2PM Survey Day 2: Thursday January 31, 2019 8AM-2PM
Please contact Gabriela McNiel at 559-970-8477 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
History Day is a theme-based research program that breathes life into California Content standards and reading/language arts themes. The broad theme for 2018-19 is Triumph and Tragedy in History. The program is designed to be used in the classroom at two levels: process and competitive. All children can develop their potential and develop essential reading, writing and research skills through participation in National History Day - Tulare County.
On Friday, February 15, 2019, Tulare County students in grades 4-12 will represent their districts by entering their projects in the National History Day - Tulare County competition.
For this event, we are looking for volunteers to serve as judges. As an NHD Judge, you will be needed to do one of the following jobs; evaluate historical papers, website designs, exhibits, posters, documentaries, performances and to interview the student competitors. All judges attend a brief orientation on the morning of the event. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
To learn more about this event, click here!