November 28, 2021 | Current Volunteer Opportunities from Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley

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AIDSNET, Bethlehem needs community members & professionals (lawyer, CPA, clergy, physician, etc.) who live in Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe, Northampton or Schuylkill County to join our board of directors and help oversee our organization’s mission of building healthier communities by planning and funding HIV/AIDS Care and Prevention Services in those six counties. All meetings are held every other month at our Bethlehem office. Contact Vickey McKinzey- Gonzalez, 610-882-1119, Website link –


CAMELOT FOR CHILDREN, Allentown is looking for a professional or skilled photographer to help Capture the Holiday MAGIC in photos! Please consider joining us at our holiday event on December 5 from 12 to 2 at our Camelot For Children campus. We would love it if you can capture the magic of childhood in some photos during the event. Thank you for considering our opportunity. Contact Emily Werner, 610-791-5683,


CHRISTKINDLMARKT, SteelStacks in Southside Bethlehem, needs a lot of volunteers for a variety of tasks at our newly expanded holiday festival! We ask that you please consider signing up for 2-3 volunteer shifts, Thursday through Sunday beginning November 19 to December 19. Minimum age 15, or 14 with adult. Contact Cory Stevens, 610-332-1370, Website link-


LEHIGH VALLEY SCORE needs Volunteer Mentors to coach Entrepreneurs at no charge for our local chapter in the nation-wide SCORE organization. We partner with the SBA and local agencies who assist small business startups or local small businesses who need assistance. Contact Tracy Damiani, 610-266-3000, Website link –


ST. LUKE’S UNIVERSITY HEALTH NETWORK needs volunteers to assist in our lobbies, inpatient nursing, emergency department or hospice by spending time socializing, providing comfort items, and assist staff with various supportive duties. St. Luke’s volunteers are greatly appreciated and a valued member of our team! Join our program today by calling 484-526-4600. Website link-


THE CENTER FOR ANIMAL HEALTH & WELFARE, Easton is looking for many volunteers to serve in many areas. Minimum age 16 (12-15 must have parent); younger than 12 can read to a dog or cat through our Friends of Fred Reading Program. You must be 18 or older to walk a dog on your own. Opportunities include dog walking and enrichment, cleaning and care, table attendant for offsite events, dog handler for offsite events, grounds and maintenance help, cat and dog foster, cat enrichment/grooming, transport. Contact Rosaria Stoops, 610-252-7722, Website link-


THE CENTER FOR HUMANISTIC CHANGE, Allentown is looking for board members who will represent the diverse populations we serve and bring new perspectives to guide the organization. The Board of Directors is the governing body for the organization, making decisions about the mission, personnel and financial objectives, and programming. Board members participate in committees such as board development, resource development, marketing, finance, etc. Contact Diana Ortiz, 610-443-1595, Website link-


THE SALVATION ARMY, Allentown needs your help from 9 a.m. to 12 Noon or 1-4 p.m. on December 8 -10 and December 13 -17 to sort and pack toys for more than 2,000 children this holiday season! Our gymnasium will transform into a wonderful toy shop where you will organize, then select age-appropriate toys for children to open this holiday season. Adults only. Some evening hours are available on request. Contact Dierdre Govan, 610-432-0129, Website link-


THE SANCTUARY AT HAAFSVILLE, Breinigsville is looking for assistance with administrative tasks in their cat and dog no-kill shelter. The position will interact with volunteers and members of the public daily. Times available are any weekday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Ideal times are 8:30 a.m. – noon. Call 484-285-5445, Website link-

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