A request from St. Vincent de Paul: During the summer months we offer kids arts and crafts on every other Fridays from 2-4pm at the CARE Center. Last summer we averaged around 10 kids each session.
We are looking for teens who would like to come and help the kids with their crafts. We have predetermined craft projects for each session and provide all the materials needed. The kids tend to need hands on assistance to complete the projects so we need volunteers to help out. Please contact Marty Kelly at email@example.com or call 336-707-5161.
Contact Boyd Hill Nature Preserve for volunteer hours at 727-893-7326
If you are interested in helping to serve the homeless on Saturday mornings you can email GW Rolle at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 727-424-1088. GW Rolle is a Homeless Advocate on pastor at Misa Deo Christian Church. They work closely with Daystar Life Center.
Dolphin View Rehab is looking for volunteers to serve as receptionist. Call Tracy Holley at 727-831-0627
The Kind Mouse is always looking for help with the important work they do providing milk and food for children. Contact them at Info@TheKindMouse.org. Look them up at www.TheKindMouse.org to see all that they do in our community.
Northside Hospital has a teen volunteer program contact Hillary Douglas at 727-528-5959 or visit their website at: http://northsidehospital.com/about/volunteers.dot
You may contact the Diocese of St. Petersburg at 727-344-1611 ask for Andre Glaude, to see where they are in need of volunteers. Heidi Sumner at the Diocese needs help with prison ministries. You may contact her at 344-1611 x5414
At the Diocese you may also contact Kathy Filippelli or Diane Shoemaker at 727-344-1611 Ext 5308 or email@example.com to help in the Catechist Certification Program Office.
Bon Secours Jacqueline Earp at 727-568-1023
St. Vincent de Paul Society 727-328-2730
Daystar at 727-825-0442
Morning Star School at (727) 544-6036
Boley Centers "Your Neighborhood Thrift Store" (right next door to our campus) call (727) 344-6579 to volunteer.
You may contact your church or place of worship about performing service hours there. Any non-profit organization is acceptable. The organization you work for must send the youth office an email or letter on their letterhead stating how many service hours you worked. Remember hours worked at school for the sole benefit of St. Pete Catholic are not accepted at community service hours for students.