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NHS Volunteer Opportunities
Project Graduation Pancake Breakfast: Saturday, January 17, 2015 from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. @ Joe's Pizzeria. Volunteers Urgently needed to help with setup, serve and cleanup at the breakfast. Volunteer for one, two or all three hours--8 volunteers needed each hour.  If interested, email Mrs. Rush ( or sign up at Friday, Jan. 9 NHS meeting or in the library at any time.  Please help.
Park View High School Tutoring: Volunteers needed to tutor PVHS students.  To volunteer, see Mrs. Talboo in the Counseling Department to get form 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.
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 Mrs. Rush in the library. 
      Packing of grocery bags and sorting of clothing for families in need in Sterling occurs the second Friday of each month at 6:30 PM. See Mr. Barham in room 204 for additional information.  
Sterling Ruritan:  Thursday nights for Bingo.  Volunteers are needed to help out with Bingo on a weekly basis.  If interested, please see Mary Hummer in Room 2109.
LINK Coat Drive: Volunteers are needed to help sort coats and other clothing distributed to those in need on November 15. Translation assistance is also needed. If interested, please use the Sign-up Genius link:
Potato Drop: Volunteers are needed to help bag and distribute over 10,000 pounds of potatoes to local food banks and pantries on November 22.  If interested, please contact Mr. Barham in room 204.
Sterling Public Library: Volunteers are needed to help in two different ways:
Reading Buddies - Read to young children one-on-one every Monday at 4:30. There is a volunteer orientation on Monday, November 3 at 4:30 PM at the Sterling Library.
Sterling Library Teen Advisory Group (TAG) - Plan and help with teen and children's library programs, promote reading and the Sterling Library, while making a difference in your community while earning service hours. Next meeting is Wednesday, October 22 at 7 PM at the Sterling Library. 
Cascades Library - GIVE (Growth and Inspiration through Volunteering and Education) is a non-profit organization founded and operated by high school students. GIVE works towards promoting leadership of youth through projects that improve the quality of life in their communities, by providing a free tutoring program for children and assisting them in a variety of core subjects, along with preparation for the SOLs and other basic topics. We are seeking your help to find a volunteer base that will attend Cascades Library (21030 Whitfield Pl, Potomac Falls, VA, 20165) on a weekly basis and tutor the students. The meetings are every Saturday from 2-4PM. This would be a great opportunity for your students to give back to their community and earn service hours by volunteering. Sessions are held once a week. These sessions will begin this October and end in May. For more information, please visit our website at  
Sully Elementary School is in need of childcare assistance for their Parents as Educational Partners (PEP) meetings.  They are looking for some student volunteers who could help out. Contact Amanda George, School Counselor at Sully at or 571-434-4570.
Craft Fair volunteers are needed to help with the loading and unloading of vendors' cars. Community Service hours can be earned. You should wear red shirts and report to the cafeteria doors by 8 am. The shifts are 8 am - 10 am and then 2:45 pm - 4pm. There will be donuts and juice for the morning helpers. 
Mardi Gras Carnival at Claude Moore Recreation Center Saturday, February 7, 2015 - Volunteers help from 1:30 PM – 6:30 PM (set up and tear down hours also available). Volunteers will work with students ages 2 - 5 and the public. In addition to volunteer hours, each person signed-up will receive a coupon for a slice of pizza and a drink. Additional information can be found at To sign-up got to 
Last updated: November 9, 2014