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Who Knows? – July 12, 2013

FIND IT… DONATE IT…

QUESTIONS?

Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
Who could use an electric organ?
Who could use two lefty baseball gloves worn on the right hand?
Who could use Good Housekeeping and National Geographic magazines dating back to 1981?
Who could use linings removed from woolen skirts?
Who could use a large collection of Harlequin Romance Novels written in Italian?
Who could use a small electric organ & bench?
Who could use a canner, glass canning jars and canning supplies?

Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization
Who could donate a hot walker for use in rehabilitating horses?
Who could donate jewelry supplies for mission trip to Kenya?

ANSWERS

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Who Can Volunteer…

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; www.thevincenthouse.org/Volunteers.html;
310 Second Avenue, Wayland, NY 14572
Looking for volunteer caregivers, house and grounds routine maintenance volunteers and fundraising volunteers.

Visiting Nurse Service/Meals On Wheels
Julie Malley, jmalley@vnsnet.com, (585) 787-8326;
2180 Empire Blvd., Webster, NY 14580; www.vnsnet.com
Meals On Wheels Needs Volunteers! Hot meals, warm smiles, independence, and peace of mind. Meals On Wheels delivers this and more to the homebound, elderly, or ill through a dedicated volunteer force. Since 1958, this Visiting Nurse Service program has nourished the health and spirit of thousands in need. Delivering a route takes just about an hour and we have routes all throughout Monroe County and in the City of Rochester. You can volunteer weekly, monthly or seasonally! Information on how you can get started volunteering can be found on our website at www.vnsnet.com under the Meals on Wheels tab or by calling the Volunteer Services office at (585) 787-8326.

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 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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