Who Knows?

Who Knows? – September 23, 2012



Who knows who could repair a Work Tunes Radio Headset that operates on 2 AA batteries?

Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
Who could use an asst. of small plastic appliances (some wicker, some ceramic)?
Who could use picture puzzles?
Who could use coin wrappers?
Who could use Scientific American magazines?
Who could use about 30 years of NYS Conservationist magazine?
Who could use boxes of assorted Nutri-System food products?

Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization Only
Who could donate a cash register in good working condition?
Who could donate one or more outdoor bike racks?
Who could donate conference tables or cafeteria-style fold up tables and/or chairs to a local Boy Scout Troop?
Who could donate frames, fabrics, paper crafting supplies, acrylic paint, water color paint, artist paint brushes, jewelry making supplies, any and all art supplies for students with disabilities?
Who could donate 200-250 new envelopes size 7 3 ⁄ 4 ”w x 5 1 ⁄ 2 ”h, no cards; return address okay – they are not for mailing?


About repairing a cable on a sagging barn door beam: Call 346-3500, 1-800-327-7051.

 Free Donations Available to Nonprofit Organizations Only
About two 50 lb. bags of horse feed (you pick up/Lakeville area): Call 880-8804.

Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization Only
About aluminum snowshoes and cross-country skis: Call 385-3776.
About snowshoes, skis, sleds or any other winter fun: Call 226-2246, 356-9295.
About horse equipment, saddles, bridles, tacks, brush boxes, etc.: Call 425-2956.

Who Knows is for uncommon items or services.

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Who Can Volunteer…

The Coordinated Child Development Program, Inc.
Esther, 585-394-5310 for more information or to apply.ּ
We are a not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 organization that manages before and after school programs for children ages 5
(kindergarten) to 12 years (6th grade). Volunteers needed to help children with their homework from
3:45 to 5pm. Days can be flexible from Monday-Friday. Opportunities available in Clifton Springs, Canandaigua and Gorham, NY. This is a great opportunity for retired teachers that want to help children.

Rainbow Ridge Therapeutic, Inc.
585-245-8125; 4217 Lima Rd.
Looking for volunteer leaders & side walkers (must be 16 or older) to assist horseback riders w/special needs.

Retired Teachers (and any other Teachers) Needed
Linda, 585-317-7269 or 315-462-9072.
Retired teachers needed to tutor children with cancer or other chronic diseases 1 or 2 hours per week.

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
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.


Who Can Volunteer Column Guidelines
• Must be a non-profit organization & provide non-profit number.
• Submissions entered as space allows.
• We reserve the right to decline/omit/edit information.
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