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    NHS Volunteer Opportunities

     

     

     Heritage Farm Museum:  Let's Talk Turkey, Saturday, November 18th 9:30am to 2:30pm.  Help us celebrate all things TURKEY! Volunteers needed to assist with various tasks involved with the Museum's Turkey event. These volunteer tasks include gallery and kids' area maintenance and assisting with crafts and games, in addition to set up and clean up before and after the event.The Museum is located on the grounds of Claude Moore Park at 21668 Heritage Farm Lane in Sterling. To volunteer, just sign up through Sign Up Genius http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094aaaaa2da46-lets5

    or contact Mrs. Christie Love, Co-Director of the Heritage Farm Museum at 571/258-3800.

     

    Park View High School Tutoring: Volunteers needed to tutor PVHS students.  To volunteer, see Mrs. Dunn in the Counseling Department OR sign-up after an NHS meeting using the link from Mrs. Dunn to be connected with those in need of academic support.  

     

    Concessions assistance – Park View Patriots Club depends upon parent volunteers to help with our biggest fundraiser of the year – concessions; 100% of the  funds raised from the athletic concessions stands at Park View goes to support ALL the athletic programs at Park View.http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4fa5aa2da2ff2-fall1

     

    PVHS Food Drive Initiative: Bring in 6 non-perishable items (at one time) to earn 60 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 Saturday morning from 8 AM until before noon and the Friday night prior from 4 until 8 pm help to move, sort, and bag canned goods, sort clothing, and other items for pick-up by families. Translation help on Saturdays starting at 8 AM is also needed.

     

    Potomac Falls Health and Rehab Center We are always looking for young people to visit and play games with our Seniors. We are also always in need of help with office work. Please contact Elizabeth Pellegrino - Activities Director - at EPellegrino@potomacfalls-rehab.com if you have any questions about her group or how to get involved.

    Phone: 703-834-5800 ext 8317

    46531 Harry Byrd Highway

    Sterling, VA 20164

     

    Craft Fair at PVHS – On November 11, from10 am – 3 pm, we expect over 800 neighbors to come shop at Park View's Craft & Vendor Show. Student volunteers earn community service hours, have fun, eat donuts and bless our vendors, who have proclaimed Park View "the best craft show!" We'd love to have student performers entertain our guests. At every craft show, we set aside a dozen tables (6ft) in the flag lobby, for school groups and non-profits. This is an excellent opportunity for your team/club/boosters/group to sell items and collect donations. The vendor fees from the crafters goes to Project Grad. The concession proceeds benefit The Fine Arts Boosters. Baked goods and other fundraising plans have benefited other Park View groups at previous shows. Students can email or text me to confirm they are coming.

    Here is when we need the help:

    Fri, Nov 10 7-10PM- help set up the gym.

    Sat, Nov 11 7:45-10am- help unloading vendor vehicles

    Sat, Nov 11 2:30-4pm- help breaking down

    Sat, Nov 11 10am-3pm- greet shoppers, run errands, man tables, and perform for our guests.

    If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

    Cheryl Villalobos

    703 314-5632

    ParkViewCraftandVendorShows@gmail.com

     

     

    The CAMPUS - We host a number of basketball, futsal and volleyball tournaments as well as host Parents Nights Out, Birthday Parties,  Winter Break Camp, and more. Opportunities to work concessions, ticket entry, run activities with children, and other tasks. getinfo@loudouncampus.com – Beth Koyne

      

    Community Empowerment Northern Virginia -  We are a non-profit organization dedicated towards planting the seeds that grow strong communities. To facilitate this movement, CENV offers one-to-one mentoring, tutoring, adult education workshops, support for teen parents, leadership training, and much more. These services empower personal growth, support academic success, and educate people so that they may become self-sufficient.https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/org750816.jsp

     

    Monster Mash – Friday October 27 from 5:30 (set-up) to 8:30 (clean-up) at the Sterling Community Center. Games, activities, candy and book distribution to local children as they dress in costume to celebrate a safe Halloween. Admission for children is a canned good item to benefit Loudoun Hunger Relief. Donate five (5) books for one service hour, or donate a large bag of candy for one (1 )hour.

     

     

    St. Matthew's Episcopal Church provides a free ESOL  program on Monday evenings. There is no religious instruction or registration required. They are simply a group of citizens willing to help others; they need additional volunteers to assist with language instruction and/or assist bilingual children with homework. You do not need to know another language to help. ESOL meets at 6:45 Monday nights, and runs until 8:15. You do not have to come every week-- once or twice a month is fine. Training and materials are provided-- you simply have to have a heart to help. You'll find it a very rewarding experience. Help us to welcome the stranger in our midst.

    For more information, you can contact me here or our Director, Roz Gann at rrgann@gmail.com.

    St. Matthew's is located at 201 E. Frederick Drive, Sterling, VA 20164.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Last updated: October 15, 2017