Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Use your talents to volunteer at the Morgridge Center. Opportunities are available for a communications volunteer, dog park clean-up day, and a phone bank volunteer.
Kennedy Heights Community Center Communications Volunteer
Kennedy Heights Community Center has many wonderful success stories, a good relationship in the community, and lots of great photos of our work. The community center is looking for marketing and communications volunteer to tell their story and develop a marketing plan to make their message resonate with the community. The volunteer will work on the community center’s website, newsletter and social media. To learn more about the Kennedy Heights Community Center, visit their website. For more information about this position, or to learn how to volunteer, contact Alyssa Kenney, Executive Director at (608) 244-0767 or via e-mail.
Dog Park Clean Up Day
The annual volunteer spring cleanup will be held on Saturday, March 31 from 8 a.m. to noon at local dog exercise parks in Madison and the surrounding communities. Volunteers are asked to volunteer at one of our dog parks where they will be met by a team leader with garbage bags.
If interested, fill out the volunteer interest form at this website:
Phone Bank Volunteer at WI Public TV
You can make great programs possible at Wisconsin Public Television by volunteering at our spring membership drive. Join us in our studios in Vilas Hall on May 5-8 by taking phone pledges from TV viewers. This is a great opportunity to volunteer with a group of friends or a student organization.
Your gift of time makes a difference at WPT. During a single shift, an individual phone bank volunteer can raise anywhere from $500 to $2,000! These important fund raising dollars make it possible to present educational, informative, and inspiring programs to viewers across the state.
Shifts are approximately four hours and include snacks, beverages and a free meal donated by a local restaurant. If interested, contact Ericka Balgord, Volunteer Manager at (608) 265-4436, or learn more at http://wpt.org/volunteer/.