November 19, 2023 | Current Volunteer Opportunities from Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley

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Perhaps one of the most crucial volunteers at Christkindlmarkt is the Floating Volunteer! ArtsQuest floaters will be assigned a position that is in need when they arrive. If all positions are covered, they will help cover breaks. Positions include ticket sellers & scanners, will-call table, information/customer service assistant and more. Shifts available Nov 19, 24-26, 30. Contact Parker Ryan, 610-332-1343, Website link-


Share the joy of the holiday season! Volunteers needed to lead guests to see the Trees of Historic Bethlehem: The Finer Things exhibit offered from November to early January. Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites will display 25 festive trees decorated by members of the Bethlehem Garden Club. Elegant. Luxurious. Opulent. This year’s Trees of Historic Bethlehem are dripping with finery! Training and script provided. Contact Charlotte, 610-882-0450, Website link-


In search of experienced volunteers to organize a committee that will run our 2025 K9 Officer Calendar fundraiser. Release date scheduled by K9 Kop Project for Sept 2024. The committee can meet monthly via zoom to plan and to recruit organizations to sell our calendars as a fundraiser. Contact Vickie Richards, 443-851-3658, Website link-


Our 10th annual Winter Light Spectacular is here! This important fundraiser for the Lehigh Valley Zoo, Schnecksville, is scheduled in the evening for various dates through Sunday, Dec 31. Volunteer opportunities include character attendants and escorts; photo booth and fire pit assistants; candy wheel; crafts and activities; VIP room attendant; and regular zoo clean up. Minimum age 13. Contact Peter, 610-799-4171 x 224, Website link-


Assist in lobbies, inpatient nursing, emergency department, OR waiting rooms & more by spending time socializing, providing comfort items, and help staff with various supportive duties at all Lehigh Valley locations for St. Luke’s University Health Network, where volunteers are greatly appreciated and a valued member of our team! Join our program today by calling 484-526-4600. Website link-


As a rapidly growing nonprofit, grant-funding is essential to continue our free services to vulnerable youth who are experiencing foster care. The Fundraising Committee at The Kindness Project, Emmaus, is in search of skilled volunteers with experience in grant research, grant writing and overall networking ability within the Lehigh Valley community. Contact Jenae Holtzhafer, 484-232-9674, Website link-


Cheerful, festive volunteers are needed to help make our annual holiday party a great experience for the children and families we serve at The Salvation Army Foster Care & Adoption Services. This year’s party will be held 10 a.m. – noon on Saturday, Dec 9 in Macungie. The party theme is “Pancakes and Pajamas.” If you are a group and would like to help us in a creative way, please reach out to discuss opportunities! Minimum age 15 with adult. Contact Sue, 484-705-1502, Website link-


Do you like to wrap gifts? Women of Excellence Bethlehem is in need of up to 40 volunteers per shift/per day to assist with the sorting and wrapping of gifts Thurs – Sun (except Thanksgiving Day) up to Dec 15. Assistance will be needed at the distribution event on Saturday, Dec 16 starting at 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Minimum age 13 with adult. Community service hours available for students. Contact Enid Jackson, 484-662-0599, Website link-



Visit our website for a larger listing of volunteer opportunities or contact us at 610- 807-0336, for more information.