Volunteer Opportunities in Fairfield County
5 local non-profits and how to help
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Cause: Provides a comprehensive resource center for recent immigrants in the Stamford area.
Available Volunteer Opportunities
- Friday November 22nd and Friday December 20th: volunteers are needed to help with Holiday Family Nights. Volunteers will help with set-up, serving and clean-up for these festive meals that are open to the community.
- Volunteers can also help by conducting small gift drives among their friends or in their clubs, to collect new children’s books and new warm hats, scarves and gloves for adults. These gifts will be distributed at the December 20th Family night.
- In addition, there is always need for tutors for our year-round ESL programs. ESL classes are offered mornings and evenings, and training is provided to all volunteers.
How to Sign Up
For the holiday activities, it is helpful to check with us at least a week in advance. ESL tutors are needed on an ongoing basis.
Who Qualifies to Volunteer
School supplies are always needed, especially dry-erase markers, dictionaries, pens, pencils and notebooks. Supplies can be dropped off at Neighbors Link Stamford during operating hours.
The Volunteer Process
Neighbors Link Stamford volunteers can choose how and when to get involved, whether for a one-time project or an ongoing project.
Cathleen Stone, Program Manager. 203-674-8585 ext. 106 or Cathleen.Stone@NeighborsLinkStamford.org
Address and Hours
75 Selleck Street
Monday — Friday, 7:30am — 8:30pm, Saturday, 7:30am — 1:30pm