Help prepare free meals for those in need on Tuesdays. No experience needed. Kitchen volunteers work from 11am-3pm.
Our volunteers assist us with beach clean ups, water quality monitoring testing and by serving as ambassadors at our kiosk on MacMillan Wharf (seasonally) and at our Spinnaker Exhibit, located in our Hiebert Marine Lab.
Do you have a love for reading? Volunteers are the core of the Audible Local Ledger. Without our volunteers, we could not possibly continue to provide our free radio reading service to individuals who are blind, visually impaired, and print disabled.
We depend on volunteers to help fulfill our mission through board service, help with landscaping at the site, fundraising, planning, and advocacy. Your support helps us keep expenses low so that our funds can go to the costs of building new affordable housing for those with developmental disabilities.
Through this program, we distribute coats to veterans in need to help make sure that they are safe from the unforgiving winter weather. Coats4Vets is made possible through the generous donations from Ocean State Job Lot Charitable Foundation.
In response to the massive food insecurity problem posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, we focus on sourcing, packaging and distributing Vital Meal Kits (VMKs). These contain nonperishable and well-balanced meals. Each food package contains enough food and nutritional value for two people to have three meals a day for 14 days.
We believe that the youth is among the most vulnerable members of veteran and military families, as they are affected by almost every situation and decision. That is why we aim to help these children through Operation Backpack. To help with their education, we provide them with the basic tools they need to participate in…
We are looking for a garden club or a couple of patrons with a green thumb to help us keep our outdoor flowers happy.
Shelf library materials to help keep the library neat and organized
Monitor a local herring run by counting the fish as they climb to their freshwater spawning grounds. The commitment is small (as little as one-half hour each week). You will help provide much needed data on this once historically abundant, but now declining fish. The program runs from April to June.