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Volunteer of the Week

LaVon Rader is our volunteer of the week and the 2024 WPS Volunteer Awards Heart of Gold Lifetime Achievement Award recipient!

LaVon has spent her lifetime in service to others. Fifty-eight years ago, she says she "woke up" to the racism in this country, and she has been a tireless activist for those without a voice ever since. Beginning in the South in the 1960s, when she helped bring the Head Start program to the underserved children of Mississippi during the Civil Rights movement, she selflessly served without hesitation despite the danger it might put her in.

When LaVon moved to Northeastern Wisconsin, her passion for helping young people came with her, and she became a reading buddy and mentor in the Howard, Pulaski, and Suamico school districts. She also created an art appreciation program for children in grades K-8, recruiting, training, and supervising parent volunteers. Her church, St. John the Baptist, is important to her, and she has served on the church's Social Justice and Human Concerns Committee, sung in the choir, lectured at Sunday masses, and read to a visually impaired parishioner every Monday for 17 years. LaVon has also volunteered for the Red Cross, served meals at the NEW Community Shelter, and makes weekly visits and calls to elderly neighbors and those with special needs through the Aging and Disability Resource Center.

Additionally, LaVon and her husband, Dennis, have taken Notre Dame Academy students back to Mississippi to help build a home for a rural family. For many years, LaVon has also been a volunteer at Wellspring, serving women who are homeless, at risk, living with addiction or mental illness, or simply looking for a place to belong. She not only lends an ear and offers guidance to clients when they seek it, but also helps with fundraising efforts, washes dishes, cleans toilets, and anything else that needs attention. Her love of plants even led to Wellspring’s beautiful perennial flower garden. Wherever LaVon has been, she has recognized a need and given selflessly, walking alongside the people she served, supporting them with compassion and leading by example. Thank you, LaVon, for everything you have done to make a difference in so many lives!

Click here to find this story on our Facebook page!

Volunteer Center Golf Classic

Less than one month to go - register your team now!

Through funds raised at the annual golf classic, the Volunteer Center of Brown County is able to continue our mission of “creating a stronger community by engaging volunteers to support nonprofit partners.” This year, it takes place on July 19 at Royal Scot Golf Club in New Franken. Please join us for this fun event!

Click here to learn more and to register!

Date-Specific Volunteer Opportunities

Farmers' Market Booth Vendor Assistants - June 26, July 10 and 24, August 7 and 21, and September 4 and 18

Through the Women of Resource program, New Day's ladies learn entrepreneurial skills while using their talents to make and sell handcrafted items. Booth assistants help with set-up, clean-up, and sales during the Wednesday Farmer's Market. Shift options: two to five hours between 2:30-7:30 pm. Minimum age: 16.

New Day Women's Center - Angela Cheslock

920-857-0628, acheslock@newdaywc.org

CASA Volunteer Virtual Info Sessions - June 27, July 9 and 25, and August 13 and 22

All it takes is one person. Can you lend a voice? Volunteers are invited to join Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Brown County for a 30-minute virtual information session to learn how. CASA provides a voice for children who have experienced abuse and/or neglect and who are under the legal protection of the court system. Children with a CASA volunteer are more likely to report higher levels of hope, get help with other services, and spend less time living in foster care. From a CASA youth: "He's the only person who believes in me." YOU can help change a child's story! Sessions: June 2, July 25, and August 22, 12:00 pm; July 9 and August 13, 5:30 pm. Minimum age: 21.

CASA of Brown County - Eileen Metzler

920-393-9771, eileen@casabc.org

Concert Series Volunteers - June 27, July 18 and 25, and August 1, 15, and 22

Volunteers are needed to assist at the Sanimax Concert Series. Duties include concessions, admissions, and/or parking, and volunteers receive free admission to the concert once their shift is complete. Concessions is near the stage, so you can still hear the concert. Shifts: 4:15-6:15 pm (check-in, parking, greeter/line director), 4:15-8:15 pm (concessions), 4:15-8:15 pm (shuttle driver). Minimum age: 16 for concessions and admissions, 21 for parking and shuttle driving.

Green Bay Botanical Garden - Cindy Berton

920-490-9457, volunteer@gbbg.org

Concert Series Volunteers - July 12, August 9, and September 6

Volunteer at the Dar Stumpf and Clyde Reed Grand Concert Series. Duties include concessions, admissions, and/or parking, and volunteers receive free admission to the concert once their shift is complete. Concessions is near the stage, so you can still hear the concert. Shifts: 5:15-7:15 pm (check-in, parking, greeter/line director), 5:15-8:45 pm (concessions), 5:15-9:15 pm (shuttle driver). Minimum age: 16 for concessions and admissions, 21 for parking and shuttle driving.

Green Bay Botanical Garden - Cindy Berton

920-490-9457, volunteer@gbbg.org

2024 Volunteer Center Golf Classic - July 19

The Volunteer Center of Brown County is hosting their annual golf outing and needs volunteers to assist. Opportunities range from registration to running games to set-up and tear-down. Shifts: 8:00-11:00 am (set-up), 9:00-11:30 am (registration), 10:00 am-4:00 pm (hole games, raffles), 4:00-5:00 pm (clean-up). Minimum age: 18.

Volunteer Center of Brown County - Jessie Sprister

920-600-0185, jessie@volunteergb.org

Green Bay Packers 5KRun/Walk - July 19-20

The Volunteer Center of Brown County is a charity partner for this year's Green Bay Packers 5K Run/Walk. Volunteers are needed to help make it a success! Duties include packet pick-up, bib number look-up, food tent, course intersections, start waves, water distribution, kid's run medal distribution, etc. Various shifts. Minimum age: 18. Click here for more information and to sign up.

Volunteer Center of Brown County - Jessie Sprister

920-600-0185, jessie@volunteergb.org

Celebration of Spirit in Song Concert - July 20

Volunteers are needed one week prior to this event to pass out flyers. Volunteer duties on the day of the event include picking up food; setting up chairs, tents, and tables; grilling food; and cleaning up and breaking down. Shifts: 9:00-11:30 am, 10:00-11:00 am, 11:30 am-12:30 pm, and 6:00-7:30 pm.

Seymour Park Neighborhood Association (a part of Green Bay Neighborhoods) - Carnardo Johnson

920-713-0328, carnardoj@gmail.com

ArtFest Green Bay - July 20-21

ArtFest Green Bay will make Downtown Green Bay come alive with art vendors, music, food, demonstrations, and more. They need volunteers in many areas of the event, including with the Color Run and as beverage servers (beer, soda, water), info booth helpers, and artist relief. Various shifts. Minimum age: 18 for beverage servers, 14 for several of the other roles.

Downtown Green Bay, Inc. - Katie Kamin

920-393-7878, katie@downtowngreenbay.com

Buddy at Respite Events for Friends with Disabilities - July 20 and August 17

These events focus on providing a high quality experience for participants. You Belong focuses on empowering, encouraging, and loving with compassionate care in engaging activities and projects.

During the event, volunteers serve as buddies to the participants. Buddies help the participant by simply being a friend for the day. They engage through games, activities, arts and crafts projects, and more! You Belong provides training and support for all volunteers throughout the event to make sure volunteers are comfortable in their work. Support includes registered nurses and staff that take care of all personal care and medical needs. Shifts: 9:30 am-3:30 pm (buddy or medical team, full day), 9:30 am-12:30 pm (buddy or medical team, morning), 12:30-3:30 pm (buddy or medical team, afternoon), and 10:30 am-12:30 pm (meal team). Volunteers under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

You Belong - Greg Behrend

920-522-3580, greg@youbelongwi.org

Wolfinger Charity Golf Outing - July 27

Community Benefit Tree needs individuals to help with registration of golfers. Multi-tasking is beneficial. This individual will check in golfers and give them a wristband with the golfer's bidder number for the auctions and raffles. They also need individuals to man and sell tickets for the raffle tables. Must have an outgoing personality and be a go-getter with a friendly smile. Shifts: 7:30-9:00 am and three-hour shifts between 7:30 am-4:00 pm. Minimum age: 16.

Community Benefit Tree - Kim Van Berkel

920-422-1919, office@communitybenefittree.org

igNight Market - August 17

This traveling night market will feature local artisans and makers, interactive art demonstrations, original live music performances, life-size games, food, and drinks. Help On Broadway put on this event by joining the set-up, tear-down, or beverage serving teams. Shifts: 2:00-5:00 pm (set-up), 4:45-7:00 pm (beverage tent first shift), 6:45-10:00 pm (beverage tent second shift), and 9:45-11:30 pm (tear-down). Minimum age: 18.

On Broadway, Inc. - Betsy Sorensen

920-569-3489, betsy@onbroadway.org

Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

Dementia Community Education

The ADRC of Brown County's dementia care specialist is committed to working with community partners to ensure Brown County has dementia-friendly and dementia-capable communities. This volunteer position works in conjunction with the dementia care specialist to aid in outreach and community presentations in Brown County. Responsibilities and duties:

  • Conduct outreach activities in Brown County communities to help facilitate dementia-friendly community initiatives
  • Assist with marketing efforts
  • Present a variety of dementia education topics as identified by Heather Flick, MS
  • Present Dementia Friends and Purple Angel programs
  • Must have a passion for dementia-related topics and brain health
  • Comfortable leading groups of various sizes and backgrounds
  • Comfortable presenting in person or virtually
  • Self-starter who can take charge and form community connections to help aid dementia care specialist role.

Flexible shifts, 2-4 hours per month. Activities will take place during weekday business hours. Minimum age: 18.

ADRC of Brown County - Heather Flick

920-448-4293, heather.flick@browncountywi.gov

Medicare Outreach Volunteers

Provide information and counseling on Medicare Parts A, B, C, and D through group presentations and individual counseling. Assist consumers in understanding Medicare-related and other benefit programs and connect them to resources. A great way to meet new people! Presentations take you to various sites around Brown County. Knowledge and experience with Medicare are beneficial, but not required as training is provided. Both presentations and meetings with individuals take place on weekdays, typically during business hours, but may include evenings. Approximate time commitment is 2-3 hours per month. Minimum age: 18.

ADRC of Brown County - Angela Van Asten

920-448-4560, angela.vanasten@browncountywi.gov

Community Meal Heroes

Prepare a meal for Altrusa's guests while their family members are staying in town for vital medical care. Food and desserts can be prepared at home, serving 10-12 individuals at a time. Volunteer coordinator will contact you prior to your sign-up date. Shifts: Monday-Friday, 5:00-7:00 pm. Click here to sign up or contact Kristine below.

Altrusa Hospitality House - Kristine Blum

920-884-6677, kristine@altrusahousegreenbay.org

Bereavement Callers

Volunteering is the heart of hospice! Do you have a few hours a month that you could share with someone? If a rewarding volunteer opportunity is what you are looking for, this is it. Aurora Hospice is looking for kind, compassionate, and social volunteer to call families who lost a loved one on Aurora hospice. Bereavement callers provide support by calling just to provide a listening ear. There is no hands-on care, and you have the ability to call patients from the comfort of your own home. The bereavement call program is designed to maximize the role of the volunteer in assisting families who have lost a loved one. Training is provided. Flexible shifts. Minimum age: 18.

Aurora at Home Hospice - Lexi Pirman

920-627-5306, lexi.pirman@aah.org

Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentors

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin is seeking retirees who want to positively impact the next generation of students. Mentors (Bigs) meet with their mentees (Littles) in two ways:

  • Community-based Bigs meet a few times a month to expose their Little to community activities, go for walks in the park, or enjoy an ice cream cone together. 
  • Site-based Bigs meet during a Little’s lunch and recess once a week at school to read, play games, or do a craft. 

Bigs get to explore the world through a child's eyes, share their values with a younger generation, and enjoy being a kid again. If you enjoy the company of children and want to have fun, being a Big might be just the thing for you. Various shifts. Minimum age: 18. Click here to learn more.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin - Keren Cotter

920-615-9306, kerenc@bbbsnew.org

Volunteer Ombudsmen

Volunteer ombudsmen promote and advocate for the rights of individuals living in nursing homes. They make unannounced visits to designated facilities to interact with residents. They observe general conditions of the facility, talk with the residents about their rights, and work with residents to communicate concerns and complaints by providing support and empowerment. Volunteer ombudsmen assist residents by being their voice. Training and ongoing support is provided. If you'd like to improve the lives of the elderly, they would love to meet you!

Flexible shifts between 8:00 am-8:00 pm. Minimum age: 18.

Board on Aging and Long Term Care - Volunteer Ombudsman Program - Andie Grassl

608-246-7023, andrea.grassl@wisconsin.gov

Refugee Welcome Kits

Many refugees come to the United States with next to nothing. Help them rebuild their lives by putting together a Welcome Kit. These kits will provide them with the essentials they need to help them build again with hope and honor. For a list of the essentials, contact Tara below or see the Volunteer Center's Facebook post from May 24. Kits can be dropped off Monday-Thursday between 9:00 am-4:00 pm at Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Green Bay, 1825 Riverside Dr. (Bona Hall), Green Bay. Please contact them in advance to schedule a delivery of larger items/furniture.

Catholic Charities - Tara Degrave

920-272-8234, tdegrave@gbdioc.org

Refugee Resettlement Assistance

Help refugee families in these important ways:

  • Pick them up at the airport
  • Provide a culturally appropriate welcome meal
  • Distribute seasonally appropriate clothing for work, school, and every day
  • Assist in transporting individuals to initial appointments (job interviews, doctor appointments, school appointments)
  • Assist with completing public benefits applications such as Medicaid, SNAP, etc.
  • Assist with enrollment in an English language program

Shifts: 8:00 am-12:00 pm. Volunteers will sign up for a 90-day contract to help a refugee family. Anything beyond that is up to the volunteer. Minimum age: 18.

Catholic Charities - Chelsey Martinez

920-272-8322, cmartinez@gbdioc.org

Donation Processors

Help is needed with checking, cleaning, and marking store codes on donated items, then placing and organizing items in the thrift store. Volunteers are also needed to help check shoppers out. Weekday shifts: 9:00 am-12:00 pm and 12:00-4:00 pm. Minimum age: 13.

Community Benefit Tree - Kim Van Berkel

920-422-1919, office@communitybenefittree.org

Volunteer Drivers

Curative Connections' affordable door-to-door transportation service for adults 60 years and older and people with disabilities has been around for over 50 years, helping thousands of people in our community remain independent. The success of their service has been largely dependent on its volunteer drivers. Help them continue to make a difference in our community by assisting those in need lead a more fulfilling and self-sufficient lifestyle! Shifts: 7:30-11:30 am and 12:30-4:30 pm. Minimum age: 18.

Curative Connections - Brenda Jordan

920-593-3535, bjordan@curativeconnections.org

House Turnovers

EPH is looking for those who want to help with the homeless community in our area and make an impact. EPH houses 36 families at a time facing homelessness within Brown County. In order to do so, they rely on volunteers to help them get their homes move-in ready for the families. During the 'turnover' process, there will be dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, cleaning dishes, cleaning toys, etc. They also re-stock the home and get it prepared for the family to move in. Shifts: anytime between 7:00 am-7:00 pm. Volunteers under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Ecumenical Partnership for Housing - Lacy Hansen

920-655-6323, lacyh@ephgb.org


Are you one who enjoys plants, flowers, and weeding? Maybe you have an eye for what the border should look like around the house for curb appeal. EPH needs you! You can go to the home on your own schedule and work as you are able on tasks like trimming bushes, cutting trees, pulling weeds, thinning shrubs, planting new flowers, etc. They have approximately 17 homes that are in need of help. If you love to be working outside with nature, they would love to hear from you. Shifts: anytime between 7:00 am-7:00 pm. Volunteers under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Ecumenical Partnership for Housing - Lacy Hansen

920-655-6323, lacyh@ephgb.org

Early Education Classroom Grandparents

Encompass classroom grandparents are volunteers who make a difference in a child’s life while also earning a tax-free stipend. This opportunity is available at one of seven five-star-rated Encompass centers in Brown County. The Foster Grandparent Program connects two generations, enriching seniors' lives with a sense of purpose and providing children ages infant-4 with a consistent grandparent figure who supports them in social play and classroom activities. Volunteers must meet income requirements set by AmeriCorps Seniors, the program’s funding source. Shifts: flexible school-day hours, minimum five hours per week. Minimum age: 55.

Encompass Early Education & Care - Deb Johnson

920-785-9710, djohnson@encompasswi.org

Side Walkers and Horse Leaders

Horse leaders control the equine during therapy and adaptive riding sessions and, with direction from the therapist or instructor, are responsible for maintaining a safe and effective session. Horse leaders must have previous horse experience through riding lessons, owning or leasing a horse, or other comparable experiences. Duties include leading the equine during sessions, grooming, tacking and untacking, bringing in or turning out horses, basic barn chores, and other duties as needed. Side walkers walk alongside the horse and rider and assist in keeping that rider safe during their session. Following direction from a therapist, side walkers may be asked to engage with their riders and assist in therapeutic activities unique to each rider. Side walkers also assist in sanitizing equipment after each session, including helmets, belts, toys, and therapy equipment. Shifts: 10:30 am-7:00 pm (Mondays), 11:30 am-6:00 pm (Tuesdays), 9:00 am-7:00 pm (Wednesdays), and 10:00 am-7:00 pm (Thursdays). Minimum age: 14.

Exceptional Equestrians - Bekah Morrow

920-347-3174, bmorrow@exceptionalequestrians.org

Girls on the Run Fall 2024 Season

Volunteers lead Girls on the Run lessons using a fun, experienced-based curriculum to empower youth to feel joyful, healthy, and confident. Activities are pre-planned, materials are provided, and there are always two coaches at each practice. Shifts: 3:00-4:30 pm, 3:30-5:00 pm, or 4:30-6:00 pm (September-November). Minimum age: 16.

Girls on the Run Northeast Wisconsin - Kathy Olson

920-209-5866, kathy.olson@girlsontherun.org

Baseball Game Assistants

Volunteers are needed to assist in several areas: field prep (about three hours before game time), help with batting practice, concessions, grilling, ticketing, on-field entertainment, and more. Various shifts before and during home games. Volunteers who are minors must be accompanied by a parent. Click here for dates and more information.

Green Bay Blue Ribbons Baseball - Jen Leo

920-713-0673, info@blueribbonsbaseball.com

Education Volunteers

Do you have a passion for education? How about being outdoors surrounded by plants? Green Bay Botanical Garden is seeking enthusiastic members of our community to volunteer in their Education Department! They have opportunities for youth education tour guides, adult tour guides, story time readers, class assistants, and more. Training is provided, and no prior education experience is required. Various shifts from May-October, weekdays and occasional weekends. Minimum age: 16.

Green Bay Botanical Garden - Kate Martin

920-593-5686, kmartin@gbbg.org

Gardening Volunteers

Join the horticulture team at Green Bay Botanical Garden! Don’t let a lack of gardening experience hold you back. Their horticulture staff will work alongside you, making sure you are comfortable with your task and answering any questions you may have. No tools are required, just bring gardening gloves. They have successfully turned many brown thumbs green! Shifts: 8:00-10:00 am, 10:30 am-12:00 pm, or 8:00 am-12:00 pm. Individuals ages 12-15 can volunteer with a parent or guardian.

Green Bay Botanical Garden - Kate Martin

920-593-5686, volunteer@gbbg.org

Friendly Visitor Volunteers

Heartland Hospice is looking for caring and compassionate individuals to join their volunteer team to provide friendly visits with patients facing life-limiting illness. Friendly visitor volunteers help improve the quality of their patients' lives through social visits, reading to patients, going for walks, playing cards, looking at photo albums, and reminiscing. Heartland Hospice’s volunteer opportunities offer flexible scheduling and training options close to home! Minimum age: 18.

Heartland Hospice - Amy Sadewater

920-336-6455, amy.sadewater@heartlandhospice.com

Fundraising Liaison

A passionate advocate for women's needs is sought to assist in identifying, organizing, and facilitating fundraising events, grant opportunities, and donor relations. Experience is a plus, but passion for the cause is foremost. Part-time shifts. Minimum age: 16.

New Day Women's Center - Angela Cheslock

920-857-2025, acheslock@newdaywc.org

Pet Therapy

There are many physical and mental health benefits for New Day's guests when they connect and interact with animals. Calm, well-trained, lovable pets are wanted for half-hour onsite visits. No certification or license is needed for pet therapy dogs.

New Day Women's Center - Angela Cheslock

920-857-2025, acheslock@newdaywc.org

Titletown Night Market Booth

Attendants are needed to assist with purchases and passing out information at the New Leaf Foods booth for the Titletown Night Market. No experience is necessary. Training on New Leaf Foods’ mission, vision, and programming will be provided. Thursdays through August 29 (except July 4): 4:00-4:30 pm (set-up), 4:30-8:30 pm (booth attendants), and 8:30-9:00 pm (clean-up).

New Leaf Foods - LuTia Colbert

213-537-2101, lutia.colbert@newleaffoods.org

Levitt AMP Green Bay Music Series

Volunteer to help with the Levitt AMP Green Bay Music Series by setting up, tracking attendance, serving beverages, or tearing equipment down. Sunday shifts through August 4: 2:30-4:00 pm (set-up), 4:00-6:30 pm (beverage tent and attendance trackers), and 6:30-8:00 pm (tear-down). Must be 18 or older to volunteer in the beverage tent.

On Broadway, Inc. - Betsy Sorensen

920-569-3489, betsy@onbroadway.org

Farmers' Market on Broadway

Volunteers are needed for a variety of roles every Wednesday from May 22-September 25:

  • Beverage tent - Serve and pour alcoholic beverages; requires cash- and card-handling.
  • Info booth - Sit under the info booth tent and assist marketgoers, hand out maps, and help with other general information.
  • Set-up crew - Assist with set-up of the market (tents, garbage cans, banners, etc.); this is outdoor work and lifting is required.
  • Tear-down crew - Assist with clean-up of the market (garbage, tents, banners, etc.); this is outdoor work and lifting is required.

Shifts through August: 2:45-5:30 pm (beverage tent first shift), 5:15-8:00 pm (beverage tent second shift), 3:00-8:00 pm (info booth), 12:30-3:00 pm (set-up crew), and 7:45-9:30 pm (tear-down crew). Must be 18 or older for beverage tent shifts.

On Broadway, Inc. - Betsy Sorensen

920-569-3489, betsy@onbroadway.org

Outreach Volunteers

Want to help fight fraud in the Medicare system and protect beneficiaries from being victims of scams? Join the Senior Medicare Patrol volunteer team. Their team educates Medicare beneficiaries, their families, and caregivers on how to prevent healthcare fraud and provide tips on how they can protect themselves. They do this through outreach. SMP volunteers staff booths at health fairs/senior expos/resource events or give small group presentations. You can make an important difference in your community by stepping forward and taking a stand against fraud. Various daytime shifts. Minimum age: 50.

Senior Medicare Patrol - Molly Kelly

888-818-2611, molly.kelly@gwaar.org

Facebook and Website Assistant

A volunteer is needed to consistently post events and notices on The Mediation Center's Facebook page and website to inform the public of the good work they do. Can be done at home as time permits

The Mediation Center of Greater Green Bay - Vicki Marotz

920-438-7067, director@mediationggb.org

Shooting Hoops Check-In Table

Volunteers are needed to help check in and out basketballs and have participants sign waivers and rule agreements. This is a sitting position. Shifts: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12:00-1:30 pm. Minimum age: 18. Click here to sign up.

The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay - Michaela Koepp

920-593-2375, michaela.koepp@usc.salvationarmy.org

Bread Run Driver

Volunteers are needed to pick up donated food items from various sites in the Green Bay area. Drivers would be picking up donations and loading/unloading the vehicle as needed. Volunteers must be background-checked, trained, and have a motor vehicle license/check prior to participating in this activity. Location: Salvation Army Corps, 626 Union Ct., Green Bay. Shift: alternating Fridays, 6:30-8:30 am. Minimum age: 21.

The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay - Michaela Koepp

920-593-2375, michaela.koepp@usc.salvationarmy.org

Lunch Program Dishwasher

Volunteers are needed to wash dishes for their lunch program. This position requires being on your feet. All lunch volunteers are welcome to stay for lunch. Location: Salvation Army Corps Community Center, 626 Union Ct., Green Bay. Weekday shifts, 10:45 am-12:45 pm. Minimum age: 18. Click here to sign up.

The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay - Michaela Koepp

920-593-2375, michaela.koepp@usc.salvationarmy.org

Pantry Distribution

Volunteers are needed to help put food bags in shopping carts and bring the carts from the pantry to families waiting outside for pickup. Lifting (30 lbs.), bending, twisting, and standing required. Location: Salvation Army Corps, 626 Union Ct., Green Bay. Shifts: 1:45-4:00 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays; 9:15-10:30 am on Wednesdays. Minimum age: 16. Click here to sign up.

The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay - Michaela Koepp

920-593-2375, michaela.koepp@usc.salvationarmy.org

Unity Resale Shoppe West

Unity Resale Shoppe, a part of Unity Hospice, would like volunteers to help with various roles, including accepting, cleaning, and sorting donations; pricing merchandise and staging it on the sales floor; and working the cash register. Shifts: Mondays-Thursdays, 10:00 am-1:00 pm, 1:00-4:00 pm, and 4:00-6:00 pm; Fridays, 10:00 am-1:00 pm and 1:00-4:00 pm; and Saturdays, 10:00 am-2:00 pm. Individuals ages 16-17 are welcome to volunteer with parental consent.

Unity Resale Shoppe, LLC - Paakou Vang

920-339-5501, pvang@unityhospice.org

Unity Resale Shoppe East 

Unity, a non-profit provider of nonmedical home care, palliative care, hospice care, and grief support, is seeking fun and friendly volunteers to fulfill daily operations of a new, second resale shop that will open in summer 2024 in East De Pere. Volunteers are needed to start orientation in June or July. Duties include receiving, sorting, pricing, staging, and merchandising items, along with greeting customers and cashiering. Proceeds from the shop directly support Unity's compassionate care programs offered throughout Northeast Wisconsin. If you are interested in joining their tremendous team and working in an inspiring environment for an organization that provides the highest level of care to patients and families during life's most precious times, they'd like to hear from you. Flexible shifts. Minimum age: 18. Click here to learn more.

Unity - Kelly Lautenslager or Alison Bantes

920-338-1111, volunteers@unityhospice.org

Hospice Companion Volunteers

Volunteers are needed to visit with hospice patients in private homes, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities. Flexible shifts. If you are interested in touching the lives of others, please consider this volunteer opportunity. Minimum age: 18.

Unity - Kelly Lautenslager

920-338-1111, klautenslager@unityhospice.org

Transport Drivers

The Wisconsin Humane Society-Green Bay Campus is looking for volunteers to help transport animals between their Green Bay and Door County campuses (Sturgeon Bay). Various shifts. Minimum age: 18. Click here to learn more about their program and how to become a volunteer!

Wisconsin Humane Society-Green Bay Campus - Katie Gut

920-469-3110, kgut@wihumane.org

Cleaning Volunteers

Assist with general upkeep and cleaning of The Adventure Zone and You Belong, including vacuuming, sweeping/mopping, garbage take-out, window cleaning, wiping down surfaces, and general cleaning. Flexible shifts based on volunteers' availability. Individuals under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.  

You Belong - Amy Behrend

920-740-3739, amy@youbelongwi.org

Child Care for Family Classes

You Belong's family classes for ages newborn to kindergarten focus on caring for families with littles. Their play-based learning helps children grow alongside their peers while parents get to connect with other parents and work on being the best caregiver and parent they can be. Their instructors create a supportive environment where families are encouraged to play together and participate in crafts, circle time with songs and stories, and play-based learning. You Belong is looking for volunteers to help play with their children ages 1-6 while parents get a time to connect and learn to be the best parent. Shifts: 9:15-11:15 am Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 5:45-7:45 pm Wednesdays (one hour extra at the end of all shifts for clean-up, if available/willing). Minimum age: 13. 

You Belong - Amy Behrend

920-740-3739, amy@youbelongwi.org

Career Closet

Assist women in finding career clothes and assembling outfits for work. Duties include sorting, tagging, and displaying clothing. Must have a love of fashion. Shifts: Tuesdays-Thursdays, 10:30 am-2:00 pm and 2:00-5:00 pm. Minimum age: 18.

YWCA Greater Green Bay - Catherine Sendelbach

920-432-5581, csendelbach@ywcagreenbay.org

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Mission: To provide support and innovation for excellence in STEM education through experiential learning.

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Wishlist Items

Please consider donating needed items to these area nonprofits. Thank you!

Altrusa Hospitality House


Grab-n-go snacks for guests going over to the hospital (granola/breakfast bars, PopTarts, chips, etc.), K-cups, disposable coffee cups/lids

Ecumenical Partnership for Housing


Lawn mowers, twin sheet sets, twin comforters, large garbage baskets, laundry baskets, box fans, window cleaner, multi-surface spray cleaner, dust pans, hand soap, Command hanging strips 

New Day Women's Center


Black and color printer ink (Canon 275 and 276)

Unity Resale Shoppe West


Retail fixtures, office supplies, furniture

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