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Bay Aging
Kathy Vesley-Massey, President & CEO
5306 Old Virginia St
P.O. Box 610
Urbanna, VA 23175
Phone: 804-758-2386
Fax: 804-758-5773
Link: Bay Aging Website
Mission: To provide the programs and services people of all ages need to live independently in their communities.

Disabled Access: Yes

Community Services/Programs: Care transitions intervention, Alzheimer's support groups, CareMatch personal assistant, home care, Bay Transit, Meals on Wheels, New Freedom mobility management, Veterans Independence Program, emergency home repair, adult day care centers, community development block grants, active lifestyle centers, weatherization, Medicare part D insurance counseling & ombudsman, Housing Choice voucher program, senior employment training, service enriched senior apartment communities, options counseling, retired and senior volunteer program

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Virginia Peninsula

746 Adams Drive, Room 10
Newport News, VA 23601
Phone: 757-369-6824
Link: https://www.bigbrobigsis.com/
Mission: Our mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.

Community Services/Programs: Mentors for young men and women

Gloucester Housing Partnership, Inc. Volunteer Opportunities
Traci Jackson
6494 Main Street
P.O. Box 1688
Gloucester, VA 23061
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Phone: 804-693-2252

Link: Gloucester Housing Partnership Website
Organization Purpose: To provide home repair assistance, at no cost, to elderly, disabled, and low-income families in Gloucester County to keep homes "warm, safe, dry, and accessible."

Description of Volunteer Need: GHPI always needs volunteers to assist with home repair projects as the need requires. Volunteers could be assisting with a variety of repair issues such as carpentry, plumbing, electrical, etc.

Date Needed: January 1, 2017 to January 1, 2019

Time Needed: Varies

Special Skills Needed: Special skills are not required but helpful.

Volunteer Training provided: Volunteers are provided on-site training and are supervised by our job foreman.

Youth / Adult Preferred: Adult
Gloucester Visitor Center Volunteer Opportunities
Hilton Snowden
6489 Main Street
Gloucester, VA 23061
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Phone: 804-693-0014

Organization Purpose: To enhance our visitors’ understanding and appreciation of Gloucester’s historical and natural resources and assist tourists by providing information opportunities (shopping, dining, etc.).

Description of Volunteer Need: Direct visitors to buildings within the Court Circle and the Museum of History. Increase visitor awareness of historical buildings. Help maintain brochure and souvenir inventory, and other record keeping. Direct visitors to other historic sites, parks, marinas, etc. in the county. Conduct sales of souvenir items.

Date Needed: January 1, 2017 to January 1, 2019

Time Needed: Varies

Volunteer Training provided: All volunteers will be required to attend Volunteer Orientation Training session covering visitor center operations, site history, resources available.

Youth / Adult Preferred: Adult

Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic Volunteer Opportunities
Jayme Sweten, Director of Volunteer Resources
6031 Industrial Drive
Gloucester, VA 23061
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Phone: 804-210-1368 option 5

Organization Purpose: The mission of the Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic is to provide community-based healthcare for the residents of Gloucester and Mathews Counties who lack health insurance or enough income to pay for it.

Description of Volunteer Need: Administrative volunteers with medical knowledge for specific administrative tasks, such as pre-visit chart checks; medical providers, pharmacists, nurses, etc.; dentists, dental hygienists, etc.; cleaning and painting professionals.

Date Needed: January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2019

Time Needed: Varies

Special Skills Needed: Clinical and pharmaceutical professionals must hold a current license in the state of Virginia.

Volunteer Training provided: Training will be provided to familiarize you with the GMCC`s procedures and policies.

Youth / Adult Preferred:
Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society Volunteer Needs
Kristen Solada
6620 Jackson Lane
Gloucester, VA 23061
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Phone: 804-693-5520

Link: Gloucester-Mathews Human Society Website
Organization Purpose: To improve life for all animals by providing temporary shelter, compassionate care, community support and education.

Description of Volunteer Need: The Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society is looking for Transport Associates to assist with transporting animals (small and large) to rescue or veterinary partners. Use of shelter vehicles for transport for those applicants that qualify. Transportation of animals generally happens during the work week, Monday through Friday, when veterinarian offices are open.

Date Needed: March 1, 2017 to December 1, 2019

Time Needed: Varies

Special Skills Needed: Valid Driver`s License

Volunteer Training provided: Must attend Volunteer Orientation and Transport Training.

Youth / Adult Preferred: Adult

Literacy Volunteers of Gloucester (LVG) Volunteer Opportunities
Cynthia Geisert
5248 George Washington Memorial Highway
P.O. Box 28
White Marsh, VA 23183
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Phone: 804-693-1306

Link: https://www.facebook.com/Literacy-Volunteers-of-Gloucester-204058726421719/
Organization Purpose: To equip adults with educational skills to improve their quality of life. LVG provides free one-to-one tutoring for literacy, basic skills in English and math, GED prep and English for speakers of other languages.

Description of Volunteer Need: Volunteers for tutoring, fundraising, grant writing, donations

Peasley Middle School Volunteer Opportunities
Linda Buswell
2885 Hickory Fork Road
Gloucester, VA 23061
Phone: 804-693-1254

Link: http://pms.gloucester.schooldesk.net/
Description of Volunteer Need Peasley Middle School Community Engagement is always looking for adults who would like to mentor or tutor students. If you can offer 1 lunch break a week to sit with a child, listen to them, encourage them, on a regular, weekly basis you can be a wonderful mentor to a needy child. If you have 6th grade or above Math or Language Arts knowledge and would like to tutor students, we can also use your skills.
Three Rivers Medical Reserve Corps
Valerie Avery-Birkett, Coordinator
2780 General Puller Hwy
Saluda, VA 23149
Phone: 804-758-2381 x 14

Mission: Support the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula when faced with disease outbreaks, assist during large-scale disasters and support the daily functions of our local health department offices.

Description of Volunteer Need:The composure to deliver training and information and an interest in Opioid Awareness, Safe Medication Handling and/or REVIVE! Training. Training is provided.

Date Needed: September 4, 2018 to September 4, 2019
Training: An orientation to Three Rivers Medical Reserve Corps is required of all new volunteers. Training and equipment is provided to deliver this important information to the community.
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