Who Knows?

Who Knows? – December 2, 2012

FIND IT… DONATE IT…

QUESTIONS?

Who knows where to find paper fold-up truck distributed by the Crescent Puritan Company in the 1950’s?

Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
Who could use board games?
Who could use several music cassette tapes?
Who could use 25 Kodak Carousel trays?
Who could use a 6’ tall Christmas tree (already standing) along with a few ornaments?

Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization Only
Who could donate a bike rack?
Who could donate carpet?
Who could donate two vans or buses?
Who could donate life-size baby dolls, clothes and other accessories for dolls for dementia patients at a senior living facility?

ANSWERS

About a metal detector: Call 607-331-6171, 425-2956.

Free Donations Available to Nonprofit Organizations Only
Who could use a 5ft Christmas tree with lights: Call 343-5808.

Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization Only
Who could donate aluminum snowshoes and cross-country skis: Call 226-2246, 385-3776.
Who could donate black oil sunflower seed, thistle seed and suet cakes for bird feeding: Call 201-7043.
About supplies to soldiers serving in Afghanistan: Call 395-0336.

Who Knows is for uncommon items or services.

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  • Submit your Who Knows online, call 226-8111 ext. 111, or write to:
    Who Knows?, GVPS, PO Box 340, Avon, NY 14414

 

Who Can Volunteer…

RSVP of Monroe County at Lifespan
Joanne Powers, 585-244-8400 Ext. 177.
Volunteers needed to provide transportation to older & handicapped neighbors for necessary appointments, act as friendly tutors and/or mentors to young people, provide financial literacy training or tax preparation assistance, to provide home delivery of meals, and for clerical support/data entry.

RSVP of Livingston County at Lifespan
585-369-4294
Volunteers needed to provide transportation to older & handicapped neighbors for necessary appointments, be friendly visitors to older adults & friends to developmentally disabled adults, tutor in Adult Literacy, tutor and/or mentor young people, deliver meals, provide respite for caregivers, and to recruit volunteers.

United Memorial Medical Center
Karen, Volunteer Coordinator, 585-344-7465.
Adult volunteers needed for several areas in the Hospital. The Obstetrics Department, the Surgical Waiting Room, in the Gift
Shop, and as Patient Menu Aides in the Dietary Department. Days and times vary.

The Vincent House
Mary Jo Jacobs, volunteer@thevincenthouse.org; (585) 728-2427;
http://thevincenthouse.org/Volunteers.html; 310 Second Avenue, Wayland, NY 14572
Looking for volunteer caregivers, house and grounds routine maintenance volunteers and fundraising volunteers.

Wayne ARC
Jeanna Rouland, HR Volunteer Coordinator, (315) 331-7741,
ext. 267, jeanna.rouland@waynearc.org
Opportunities for volunteering include participating in reading, crafts, and music activities in our÷º Day Habilitation Program; lunch monitors; one-on-one experiences such as reading, photography, gardening in a group home setting and/or assistance with recreational outings and weekend respite services. We are also looking for volunteers to assist in our preschool program – Roosevelt Children’s Center – in a classroom setting. We also have special events during the year like our Agency Golf Tournament, United Way Walk, fundraisers and more! A special request is for pet therapy in our Clinic – Occupational Therapy Department and also in our Residential Program.

 

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• Must be a non-profit organization & provide non-profit number.
• Submissions entered as space allows.
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