August 7, 2022 | Current Volunteer Opportunities from Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley

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Help in our Client Choice Food Pantry from 8:30 a.m. – 12 noon for one or more days per month at Allentown Area Ecumenical Food Bank. Clients are very happy to have the assistance to select their food and placed in the bags. Great way to get involved in the community. Training available. Minimum age 18 or 14 with adult. Contact Itza Castillo, 610-821-1332, Website link-


Support the “Prepare with Pedro” program and save lives presenting emergency preparedness education to youth in school classrooms and other settings. American Red Cross team member roles include presenter, presentation assistant, administrative support, or presenter trainer. The 30-45-minute program follows Pedro the Penguin as he learns how to be prepared and take action during an emergency. Contact Danielle Dietze, 570-202-7954, Website link-


Help us light up Bethlehem with free concerts at the Levitt Pavilion this summer! ArtsQuest needs volunteers to pass buckets for cash donations, sell merch, and greet guests with a smile. Minimum age 15 or 14 with adult. Contact Cory Stevens, 610-332-1370, Website link-


Are you good with technology? Share your knowledge of cell phones, tablets, Amazon Fire TV Stick, and Smart TV with the residents at Cedarbrook Senior Care & Rehab. As this technology is new to some of them, if you could share your talents and a little time with us, we would be so grateful. Minimum age 16 or 13 with adult. Please contact Kerry Magliane, 610-336-5684, Website link-


Celebrating 42 years, the Museum of Indian Culture invites you to Pennsylvania’s oldest Native American Indian festival. The Roasting Ears of Corn festival is scheduled for August 20 and 21, 2022. Areas of need are food stand, parking lot attendant, children’s activity area, trash attendant, floater, kitchen food prep helpers & clean-up staff. 4-hour shifts. Minimum age 16 with adult. Contact Pat Rivera, 610-797-2121, Website link-


Who doesn’t love to shout BINGO!? The residents at Phoebe Allentown love playing Bingo but some of them need a little extra assistance with finding the correct numbers on their Bingo cards. This activity takes place 2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays. Adults only. Contact Dorothy Pense, 610- 794-5366, Website link-


No Child Left Behind is an annual back-to-school event providing free haircuts, backpacks, and school supplies to local children in Easton. Third Street Alliance is collecting supplies until Aug. 15 and needs adult volunteers for the following activities: collecting backpack and school supply donations, picking up and transporting donations, stuffing backpacks, helping with social media outreach, and volunteering on the day of the event, 12 -4 p.m. on Aug. 21. Contact Jenna Sentz, 610-438-9436, Website link-


Tidy up the Grist Mill and Grim House for our fall flea market on Sunday, August 21. The Whitehall Historical Preservation Society also needs general yard work to make our space presentable and other basic maintenance tasks. Shifts available 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Minimum age 16 or 14 with adult. Contact Alice Lieberman, 610-776-7280, Website link-


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