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Category: Mentoring and Tutoring

Help a Child Read to Succeed

Help a Child Read to Succeed
Reading is a fundamental skill that all children need in order to succeed in school. By volunteering with Read to Succeed for as little as 30 minutes per week you can make a huge difference in a child’s life. Please join our community effort to help a child Read to Succeed.
This year we are focusing all of our efforts on the kiddos at Jefferson Elementary, and we cannot do it without our incredible volunteers! Please join us to help a child Read to Succeed!
If you are interested in volunteering with our early literacy program, please contact Robin, our Read to Succeed Program Manager, at robin.koetting@unitedwayofsemo.org or call 573-587-0314.

Hope for One More Needs Volunteers for the Caring Adult Network.

Hope for One More Needs Volunteers for the Caring Adult Network.
Help Hope for One More provide security and lift the worry off the hundreds of little shoulders in foster care in our area.
BUSY BEE
This position is perfect for people who want to help with event planning, operations at The Hope Chest, administrative tasks, etc.
WORKER BEES
This position is perfect for people who have special trade skills (i.e. repairs, building shelves, etc.) and want to help with various projects at The Hope Chest and/or the Hope For One More Home For Children.
BEE KEEPER
This position is perfect for people who want to volunteer in a one-on-one capacity with kiddos by mentoring, tutoring, etc. at The Hope Chest and Hope For One More Home For Children.
FIELD BEES
This position is perfect for people who are tradesmen (i.e. photographers, stylists, etc.) who are willing to offer their skills for special projects and programs through Hope For One More.
To start the process of joining the Hope for one More Caring Adult Network, contact info@hopeforonemore.org for a password to access the volunteer application.

Be a BIG–Brother, Sister, Couple or Family

Be a BIG–Brother, Sister, Couple or Family
Young people learn they’re capable of amazing things through relationships.
Mentoring is a fancy way of saying you’ll commit to sharing a bit of your experience, even just daily experiences and interests like movies, playing outside, technology and cooking.
Bigs show up for Littles as role models, offering support, guidance, and encouragement so that Littles see more of what’s out there as possible.
We match youth and adults based on interests, personalities, and other relationship factors.
Once matched, our team helps along the way. As a Big and Little cultivate a trusting and enduring relationship, we’ll bring outside resources and supports to you, your Little, and your Little’s family. And we’ll celebrate you throughout the journey.
Learn more about becoming a Big by contacting Ericka Sanders at esanders@bbbsemo.org or 314-615-1041.

Community Investment Committee

Who decides where the money United Way raises each year goes?

Concerned, caring people like you make that decision, and YOU can be one of them by volunteering to serve on our Allocations Review Panel. United Way’s allocations process is a great place to learn about our community, meet interesting and committed people from all walks of life, develop leadership skills and help one in three people in the region. Interested in making a positive difference?

Contact Elizabeth Shelton or call 573-334-9634 for information about this volunteer opportunity.