Please Note: Briar Woods HS does NOT track volunteer hours and it is NOT a requirement for graduation. Some Briar Woods HS clubs and organizations may have requirements, but they usually have a separate form for you to complete.
Interested in tracking your volunteer hours? Should you wish to have a form to track volunteer hours for your personal record you may use the Experience Tracker available on SchooLinks (see image below). Log on to SchooLinks ⇒ School ⇒ Experience Tracking.
Claude Moore Community Builders Program
This program is designed to help students give back to their community by connecting them with meaningful volunteer opportunities at non-profits in Loudoun County. CMCB students develop valuable skills such as leadership, communication, time management, personal finance and business etiquette. Any high school student residing in Loudoun County is eligible to apply for this FREE program. For more information visit: www.loudounyouth.org.
Claude Moore Recreation & Community Center
All volunteer opportunities are either fully or mostly virtual/remote. Please complete a quick survey if you are interested. The Recreation Program Coordinator will follow up with an invitation for a virtual orientation.
Virtual opportunities will require additional paperwork. Volunteers are asked to commit to at least 20 hours. There is also a part-time internship opportunity which is a commitment of 200 hours within six months.
- PRCS volunteer application
- three reference forms
- two letters of recommendation
Fireside Farm- located in Purcellville, is looking for volunteer help this summer. Visit them on Instagram @farmfireside. They exclusively grow organic vegetables and herbs and travel to local farmers' markets to sell their food. Students will have the chance to work hard outside (away from screens, YAY!!!), as part of a team while learning what all goes into organic farming. They will also have the chance to gain a better understanding and appreciation of where our food comes from. Students must have their own reliable transportation. If interested, please contact email@example.com.
LAWS - located in Leesburg, is the designated service provider for survivors of domestic violence, assault, and child abuse. Find more information and their volunteer application at www.lcsj.org/volunteer . Contact: Leighanne Greenberg, Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator 703-771-3398
Leesburg Animal Park
Leesburg Animal Park is looking for volunteers for their Pumpkin Village Fall Festival to man stations like slides, scavenger hunts, games., etc. and helping to ensure the overall safety of guests and animals. They will pay for up to six students to receive $8 an hour and the grand total of that will be made as a donation to their club or organization. Contact Cydney Washington at 703-433-0002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loudoun Special Olympics is looking for dedicated volunteers to help their athletes!
We are looking for volunteers to help us with SWIMMING, CYCLING and TRACK starting at the end of February until the beginning of June.
Swimming: Claude Moore Rec Center - Wednesday 8:00-9:00 pm, Saturday 3:30-4:30 pm
Track: Riverside High School - Saturday 8:30-10:00 am
Cycling: Riverside High School - Saturday 8:00-8:30 am
Other sports are softball, pickleball, bocce, tennis, or bowling. Please contact us about any other sport you may be interested in.
If interested, please email Amy Levinrad at email@example.com or Christopher Caesar at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or go to https://sovaloudoun.org/for forms.
Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers is looking for student volunteers.
Click here for a flyer listing volunteer opportunities. If interested, contact LVC-Volunteering at 703-779-8617 or email
Loudoun County Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is a great volunteer opportunity for students to get involved in their community and looks amazing on college applications.
Loudoun Habitat for Humanity - located in Leesburg
They need a variety of individual and group volunteers as well as gently used furniture, appliances, and more for their ReStore.
Contact: Kathy Martin, Community Engagement Manager 703-737-6772 email@example.com
Luck of the Irish Rescue
Luck of the Irish Rescue is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue committed to the rescue, protection, and care for animals including cats, dogs, horses, rabbits, and more. Luck of the Irish is completely donation based and staffed entirely by volunteers. The animals we rescue come from abusive, neglectful homes, and shelters where they are in line to be euthanized. Animals are being abandoned and filling shelters to be killed at record levels. This crisis is the worst it’s ever been. Luck of the Irish helps to clear animals from kill shelters, provide medical care, and homes for them at their sanctuary until they are adopted. Luck of the Irish works with Pilots N Paws to rescue animals from all over. They have taken in over 40 dogs just from hurricane Ian alone. Any help is wonderful. There are several ways to donate, including a list of items on their website, volunteering at adoption events, and fostering. www.luckirishrescue.org Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Phone - 504-513-3250
Manna From Heaven
Alleviating economic, educational, and food insecruties for those in need throught Northern Virginia through a collaborative network of local, state, private, and non-profit partners. They can always use volunteers to help on the 3rd Saturday of each month with events. Contact: Debbie Wheeter, site director 703-558-9310 opt 2 email@example.com
Paw and Hoof Animal Rescue
Paw & Hoof Animal Rescue, which is an IRS-registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit animal rescue, protection, and welfare organization dedicated to rescuing, providing sanctuary, and rehabbing dogs, cats, horses, goats, rabbits, and chickens in need.
We need the following support:
- Dog walkers, as well as handlers/playmates for puppies, kittens, and cats at adoption events.
- Fundraising for our shelter partners because they can barely keep their lights on, let alone pay for necessities, such as food, medical, litter, collars, leashes, toys, and treats for the animals.
- Create auction baskets for fundraisers and adoption events.
- Like and share on your social media pages
- Facebook: pawandhoofanimalrescue
- Instagram: pawandhoofanimalrescue
Paw & Hoof Animal Rescue is 100% donation based. We do not have employees, and none of our board members receive a salary for their time.
To volunteer with our organization, please have the students fill out the online volunteer application at https://www.shelterluv.com/form/volunteer/PHLC/1183-volunteer-application
Side Education - Are you in grades 7-12? Are you in need of volunteer hours? We are a free tutoring service made up of high schoolers to help 3-6th graders become proficient and accomplished in core subjects. Our primary goal is to encourage a child's interest in core classes by teaching in a way that sparks interest and curiosity in their minds. We created our free service to help parents who have trouble aiding their children to achieve their full potential. We aspire to help children get ahead of their class and learn imperative life skills through our service. There are limited tutoring spots available. If you are interested, visit our website at https://sideeductoin.org. Fill out the tutoring interest form under the tutoring jobs tab. If you have any questions, email us firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get back to you in 24 hours.
Women Giving Back (WGB) in Sterling provides free clothing to women and children living in shelters.
*Teen volunteers provide childcare while the mom's shop.
*Teen volunteers help sort and stock clothing in the warehouse and stores.
*Teen volunteers help women shop for clothing for themselves and their children.
Check out their website www.womengivingback.org and click "Volunteers" to sign up.
20 Export Drive, Sterling, VA 20164 703-554-9386
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