Enhancing the Community through Volunteer Development and Coordination

One way for people to learn new skills or give back to the community is through volunteering. In many cases, volunteer jobs lead to paid positions. To this end, MVCAA has a dedicated staff person to recruit, train, develop and coordinate volunteers.

Volunteer fairs will be held in each county to promote volunteer opportunities and assist in matching volunteers to opportunities. A volunteer data base will be used to register volunteers, list volunteer opportunities and coordinate matches (match a volunteer with volunteer opportunities).

Volunteer Opportunities:

Head Start
  • Classroom volunteer
  • Reading stories to children
  • General assistance
  • Substitute aide (requires training)
  • Kitchen volunteer
  • Office volunteer (within limits of confidentiality rules)
  • Repair/maintenance/upkeep volunteer
Housing Partnership
  • Provide transportation for clients to their appointments
  • Furniture moving
  • General assistance to the weatherization team
  • Office volunteer (within limits of confidentiality rules)
  • Shredding
  • Filing
  • Cleaning
  • Trash removal
  • Painting
  • Trim bushes
Community Development
  • Office volunteer (within limits of confidentiality rules)
  • Follow up phone calls
  • Mass mailings
  • Back to School Fair volunteer
  • Poverty Simulation project volunteer
  • Holiday projects volunteer
  • Become a New Directions ally
  • Work once, or long-term with a family
  • Provide childcare
  • Provide emotional/financial/educational, etc. tutoring/mentoring
  • Use your truck to assist a family in moving
  • Repair vehicles/supply parts
  • Unload vehicles
  • Decorate at parties/events
Fund Development
  • Special Events volunteer
Volunteer Application please complete and e-mail to naylorj@mvcaa.net or mail it to MVCAA c/o Jamie Gold-Naylor at 1415 S. Odell, Marshall, MO 65340 or you can fax it to 660-886-3398.

Training will be provided to potential volunteers and agencies so there are clear expectations and job descriptions.
To become a MVCAA volunteer, or to find out when a fair is coming to your city, contact MVCAA at 660.886.7476.
 
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