Volunteer as Individual
Volunteering with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Mercer County provides our youth with new experiences and skills as you serve as a role model to youth and positively impact our communities!
Individuals serve in various capacities based on Club needs, volunteer interest, and availability. For example, volunteers may support youth with homework, assist in program areas with the daily activity, coach, or help with administrative tasks, to list just a few.
All individuals interested in volunteering must be at least 18 years of age, and we ask that you commit to at least one hour per week for 12 weeks.
Individuals also must complete the online volunteer orientation, review the volunteer handbook, and complete an application and consent to a background check.
New volunteer opportunities arise frequently, so please let us know what your interested in.
Special Day Volunteer - Support a one-time special event. These may take place at one of our After School Program or Summer Camp sites or may be held at an offsite location.
Join the Special Events Committee- Help plan one or more of the different fundraisers taking place throughout the year, but particularly in spring. Solicit donations for the silent auction, sell tickets to the event, recruit sponsors, or help coordinate day of event logistics. Meetings will be held once evry other month.
Join the Finance Committee - If you have experience in accounting, finance or investment strategizing, help us make decisions regarding the finances of the Club. Meetings will take place six times per year, usually mornings before work.
Join the Board of Directors- Make a commitment to support the Club financially on an annual basis as well as serve on various committees, attend events and support fundraising efforts. Meetings take place six times per year, generally mornings before work.
Join the IT Committee- Support various IT and technology projects at the Club locations. Projects will be scheduled around your availability and will be assigned based on your skill level. We are looking for a variety of expertise.
Chess Club Facilitator- Volunteer, teach kids how to play the game. No chess experience required.
After School Reader or Homework Helper - help make a difference by helping students improve in reading or other school subjects. Make a commitment to visit one of our After School Program (ASP) sites on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.
Host a School Supply or Backpack Drive - Ste a date and time and collect school supplies, backpacks, or other neededitems. Click here to learn more about supplies needed for various grade levels. We welcome donations year-round however this is most helpful in June, July and August.
If you have additional questions about volunteering, please contact Ashley Nwankwo, Director of Volunteer & Community Engagement email@example.com
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