New Community Service Opportunity
It is Back Pack stuffing time again
Please join the Travelers of Gulliver’s
To stuff back packs for Newport Mesa School District
When: Thursday, August 7, 2014
Time: 3:30 PM
Where: Gulliver’s Restaurant
18482 MacArthur Blvd, Irvine, CA 92612
Please join us in stuffing back packs
Questions or concerns? Please call Karen Wilson (949) 285-0005
NEW COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES FOR JUNE/JULY
- The Newport-Mesa Y is hosting their Annual Jr. Triathlon, Saturday, June 14th from 7:00am – 11:00am and need volunteers. If you are interested, please contact Emily Barnes, Community Development Director at 949-722-3820 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- June 25th The Teen Academy with the Newport Beach Police Department is starting and they need volunteers. It is an eight week program, meeting one night per week. Interested, please contact David W. McGill, Deputy Chief, NBPD at 949-644-3720 or http://www.nbpd.org/programs/teen/default.asp
- Kathy Shaw is in need of some help at two events at the Newport Dunes on July 4th 10:00am to noon and 8:00pm – 9:00pm; and July 5th 11:00am to 1:00pm and 10:00pm to 11:00pm If you are interested, please contact Kathy at Kathy@thepelicancourtyard.com
Community Service Volunteers for Villa West Apts. Kids Summer Program
Villa West Apartments runs a kids summer program and need teens to come at 9:30 AM for Planning and then run the program from 10:00 - 11:30 AM, Monday thru Thursday. They will be expected to supervise painting projects, games, arts and crafts planting projects and the like. We have been working on making lotions, shampoos and air fresheners, organic of course. And lip balm too. We have maybe at the most 20 kids at a time, and could really use some guys to help with the boys and the boy games. Our Program was started to keep our kids busy during the summer so we wouldn't have so much innocent vandalism for lack of things to do. But it has developed to much more than that. We are a little community within a community so to speak. We aim to cultivate a harmonious attitude between households and we are starting with the kids. We do also advocate reading and school type activities to keep the kids engaged in learning throughout the summer. We have collected quite a library from all the castoffs from the families here. We play bingo, Yatzee, and other games requiring both numbers and letters, because our ages range from about 2 thru all the Elementary grades. We also do free play like cops and robbers and tag and energetic games when the energy level is too high for sit down activities. I also let the teens implement their own ideas for the children. Last year they suggested tie dying and it was the highlight of the summer.
We are very flexible here, and do not require a commitment for the entire summer. But would really appreciate such a commitment. Kids get attached very easily and it important to them to have older people to relate to.
If you are interested and like to play and create please contact Kathleen Baron and email@example.com or 949-887-1690.
2014 CHILDREN'S BUREAU CLAMBAKE!
Help raise critical funds by volunteering in the following areas:
- Raffle Ticket Sales
When: Saturday, June 14, 2014
Where: Newport Dunes Marina (Back Bay), 101 N. Bayside Dr., Newport Beach
Time: 5:00p.m. to 10:00p.m.
To sign up, email Jenny Arzate at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 213-342-0153
SUMMER JR. VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
Spend your summer as a Jr. Volunteer at Fairview. We are looking for energetic students who want to volunteer to gain personal growth, job experience and to serve your school required community service hours. This program will run from June-August.
For further information please contact Fairview Volunteer Services @ 714-957-5188.
Kaiser/Woodland Spring Carnival
Kaiser/Woodland is holding their Spring Carnival this Saturday May 17 3-7pm, and they need help with set up and during the carnival.
We would love to give high school students community service hours. It’s a fun event for alumni to attend.
Our signup website is: www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0B49AEA923A6FF2-2014
Anila Ali, a Candidate for CA 74th Assembly District (Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Laguna Beach, Laguna Woods and Newport Beach) is actively seeking volunteers for her campaign for the June 3rd primary. Additionally, the campaign has limited number of intern positions available. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Greg Conway at email@example.com
TOSHIBA SENIOR CLASSIC
This is a Senior PGA golf event held every year at Newport Beach Country Club which benefits Hoag Hospital. This year’s tournament will be March 14th-16th. They are in desperate need of volunteers and I can offer up to twenty-four hours of community service to students in need of more hours. Below is the online volunteer application, students will need to indicate that they would like to be a part of the Expo Experience committee.
The online application will be open for a couple more days, but students may also sign up in person at tournament headquarters. There is a fee to volunteer, which covers the cost of the volunteer uniform. Volunteers are provided with a hot breakfast, lunch vouchers and lots of snacks, as well as preferred parking, a couple free tickets to give to friends and an invitation to the volunteer celebration dinner on the evening of the last day of the tournament. If you have any If other questions or trouble signing up, please Kayleigh Horn at (949) 515-1501 or you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GIrl Scout Cookies Distribution needs help!!!
Ms. Bashore is looking for volunteers to help distribute Girl Scout Cookies this Saturday at the Great Park. If you are interested and need hours, this is a great opportunity for you. Please contact Ms. Bashore directly if you are interested.
JOHN WAYNE CANCER FOUNDATION
The John Wayne Cancer Foundation
is looking for volunteers!
SURF CITY MARATHON LIFESTYLE EXPO / BOOTH: greeting runners, informing them about the Foundation, recruiting for our OC Marathon Team.
Where: Huntington Beach, CA
When: Friday, January 31st: 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 1st: 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
OC MARATHON EXPO BOOTH: greeting OC Marathon Team runners, informing them about the Foundation and cheering when required.
Where: Costa Mesa, CA OC Fair and Events Center
When: Friday, May 2nd : 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 3rd: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
OC MARATHON RACE DAY WATER STATION: handing out water to runners!
Where: Local area water station; TBD
When: Sunday, May 4th: 5:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (shifts)
OFFICE WORK: Inventory, spreadsheets, packaging, etc.
Where: Our offices at 210 62nd Street, Newport Beach
When: Between 9-5pm
For more information or to sign up, contact us:
Or call: 949-631-8400
Community Service Locker
FRIDAY NIGHT CLUB MEMBERS
Friday Night Club has a new, larger meeting place! Starting January 24th, meetings will place on the 4th Friday of every month in the Student Center at Mariners Church in Irvine. There is a lot more room and lots of fun activities, including an indoor basketball court! A pdf of the map is attached for you (please see red X's that mark where meetings will take place) Mariners Church map with arrows and parking directions.pdf
Friday Nigh Club will continue to also meet at the Cernius home every month, and quarterly for game and movie nights at United Cerebral Palsy-OC in Irvine. A flyer with the January - May 2014 schedule follows: Friday Night Club Flyer- January 2014.pdf
If you are interested in getting involved in Rustic Pathways, go to www.rusticpathways.com where you look into their open enrollment summer and spring break trips. If you have any questions about their programs you can go to email@example.com or you can call and talk to one of our representatives at 800-321-4353.
If anyone from faculty has interested in setting up a group trip, you can go to http://www.rusticpathways.com/groups/. You can also contact Brandon Hartman, Program Coordinator, Group Travel | Rustic Pathways
office: +1 440.678.1131
toll free: +1 800.321.4353