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Genesee Orleans Ministry of Concern

Genesee Orleans Ministry of Concern Accepts Donations

Genesee Orleans Ministry of Concern accepts donations of used and clean basic furniture (beds, dressers, chairs, couches, coffee and end tables, and kitchen /dining room tables and chairs) and working appliances (refrigerators, electric stoves, microwave ovens, washers and electric dryers). We will pick up items in Genesee and Orleans counties Continue reading →

Henrietta Foundation

Henrietta Driving Range

The Henrietta Foundation is seeking volunteers to operate the Driving Range at Lookup Park (Executive South) for the season. Duties can be (depending on availability) serving on the Sales Team managing the daily operation of the Range, balancing the daily receipts, opening and closing. Additional management/maintenance opportunities exist to support Continue reading →

Jessica Maguire-Tomidy & Janelle Marble of Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Batavia

Genesee County Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Business Description: • New and gently used home improvement items, furniture & decor. • Proceeds fund Habitat for Humanity, providing affordable homes to families in need. Business History: • ReStore started in October 2009 in a church basement on Lewiston Rd. in Batavia. • New location opened in October 2013. Continue reading →

Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County

Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County

Volunteers Needed at Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County Hey you, yes YOU….we would LOVE to meet you!! We welcome all talents & interests!! In addition to Construction and The ReStore: Here are other Volunteer opportunities! 1.     Family Selection Committee: Is the team who screens families for new homes. They Continue reading →

Neighbor Next Door Series

Volunteers needed to help facilitate Neighbor Next Door Series in Livingston County libraries. General responsibilities will be to instruct professionals and family caregivers on dementia-specific care and caregiving issues using the Alzheimer’s Association’s educational courses and materials. Training is provided.