December 10, 2023 | Current Volunteer Opportunities from Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley

en flag
es flag

Support Military Families by Serving as a Critical Community Services Caseworker for American Red Cross. Good computer skills with internet search tools and Microsoft Office Suite, as well as effective interviewing skills and pleasant and friendly manners respectful of human dignity are required. Contact Danielle Dietze, 570-202-7954, Website link-


Who has an internationally recognized holiday market in Bethlehem? ArtsQuest! Volunteers are needed to break down booths and Christkindlmarkt decorations 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec 18-21. Must be able to stand for long periods of time and lift upwards of 25 pounds unassisted. Minimum age 15 or 14 with adult. Contact Cory, 610-332-1370,


Harness your grant writing skills to create a compelling story about Family Promise of Lehigh Valley and draft boilerplate language for use when applying for grants. This project includes researching applicable grants that can support our organization as well. Contact Roslyn, 610-351-1368, Website link-


Our food pantry seeks hardworking volunteers to assist with unloading the delivery van and stocking shelves on Fridays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Volunteers must be able to lift 15-20# boxes of food and will bring down the donation to weigh and organize the food on shelves at Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley, Bethlehem. Minimum age 16 or 14 with adult. Contact Shelly, 610-868-7800, Website link-


Looking to share the Christmas City spirit? Visitor Center volunteers serve as the first point of contact for guests in Historic Bethlehem, particularly during the holiday season, by welcoming guests to town, informing them on current Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites offerings, and helping to ensure a positive experience in the Historic Visitor Center. Volunteers are needed from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, and Wednesday through Sunday. Contact Charlotte, 610-868-6868, Website link-


Drivers are needed to take elderly or disabled people grocery shopping and/or to medical appointments. Mileage reimbursement available and excess automobile insurance provided by ShareCare Faith in Action. Must submit to a criminal background check and attend an orientation training. One to two rides a month makes a difference in someone’s life. Minimum age 21 or 18 with adult. Contact Lynn Heiney, 610-867-2177, Website link-


Dog walking & enrichment (min age 18), cat enrichment/grooming, cleaning and care are among the tasks open for volunteers at The Center for Animal Health & Welfare, Easton. Open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Minimum age 16 or 12 with adult. Friends of Fred Reading Program open to all ages. Contact Carolynn, 610-252-7722, Website link-


We need care every day! Stanley Llama and the pigs, goats, horses, ponies, alpacas, and other animals would love to meet you! The Gress Mountain Ranch in Orefield needs volunteers to assist with their daily feeding and watering. Small groups also needed to help with ground maintenance, composting, and cleaning of stalls. Minimum age 14, or 10 with parent supervision. To arrange a day and time contact Kathryn Gress at 610-398-2122, Website link-


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