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NHS Volunteer Opportunities
Park View High School Tutoring: Volunteers needed to tutor PVHS students.  To volunteer, see Mrs. Dunn in the Counseling Department to get forms and be connected.  
Heritage Farm Museum: Volunteers are needed to help every Kid's Night at the  located on the grounds of Claude Moore Park at 21668 Heritage Farm Lane in Sterling. Volunteers get 4.5 hours and a free pizza dinner.  To volunteer for  Kid's Night at the Museum; second Saturday of each month, contact Mrs. Christie Love, Co-Director of the Heritage Farm Museum at 571-258-3800. Help for May is still needed! - Use this link to sign-up for the festival this weekend 9/24 and 9/25!
PVHS Food Drive Initiative: Bring in 10 non-perishable items (at one time) to earn 15 minutes toward your volunteer hours (up to 5 hours).  Bring Food Pantry items to Mr. Barham in room 204. 
Sterling Ruritan:  Thursday nights for Bingo.  Volunteers are needed to help out with Bingo on a weekly basis from 6:30 to 8:30. You will be fed as well!  If interested, please see Mary Hummer in Room 2109.
Sterling Public Library: Volunteers are needed to help: Teen Volunteers  
GRACE Ministries at Sterling United Methodist Church - every second Friday from 4 until 8 pm help to move, sort, and bag canned goods, sort clothing, and other items for pick-up by families the next morning (Saturday). Translation help on Saturdays starting at 8 AM is also needed.
Park View Patriots Club Concessions Volunteers - Click the sign-up genius to see dates and times when volunteers are needed:

Friends of Homeless Animals (FOHA)Barktoberfesta no-kill shelter in Loudoun County dedicated to saving abandoned and abused cats and dogs.  We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.  Our annual signature fundraiser, Barktoberfest, will be at the Loudoun County Fairgrounds on September 24th, 2016 from 10 am to 7 pm.  In order for the event to be successful, we need high school volunteers to help.


Possible volunteer opportunities include: Kids games, helping oversee the silent auction area, parking assistance, and floating volunteers (fill water buckets/dog pools, help judge contests) For more information on our FOHA and events, you can refer to the FOHA website,, or the Bartoberfest website, Here is the link to the page for high school students:

Meghan Bowers


 Family Science Night - Volunteer to assist at Sterling Elementary School, Tuesday, October 4 from 5:00 (set-up) to 8:30 (clean-up). You would assist with various activities dealing with hands-on science. Contact Jamie Recinos at or by calling 703-431-8887. Please sign-up by Friday 9/23!


The first annual Arthritis Foundation Loudoun Jingle Bell Run/Walk will take place on December 10, 2016 in the Village at Leesburg.  Our 5K will be managed by Potomac River Running, and will include competitively timed races for all age categories.  Registration for participants under 17 is just $20 (adult registration is $35) and each participant receives a long sleeved T-shirt, an official racing bib, and a goodie bag with lots of treats. Everyone is encouraged to dress up in jingle bells and crazy holiday outfits - casual walkers, dogs, and strollers are also welcome!

Volunteer Hours: We normally can offer about 4-5 hours of volunteer hours for our event.  Loudoun County Jingle Bell Run: Saturday, December 10, 2016: Village at Leesburg, 6:45 am-11:30 am




Last updated: September 19, 2016