Volunteering for Children’s Cove may require volunteers to travel throughout the Cape and the Islands to bring awareness to child sexual abuse and Children’s Cove mission. Some of these awareness events could include orchestrating an informational table at a community event, going to local schools or community centers and providing resources, or organizing awareness of…
A volunteer’s primary tasks consist of putting out horses and hay in the morning, cleaning the animals living areas- paddocks and stalls. This means shoveling and scooping lots of poop, scrubbing water buckets and refilling them in the stalls and paddocks, cleaning feed buckets, sweeping areas, replacing bedding, and setting up the stalls for the…
We are looking for delivery drivers. No experience needed. Availability on Tuesdays is a must– drivers deliver for an hour or two in the afternoon.
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.
Join the team! We can’t wait to get started! Our success depends upon the strength of our volunteers. No experience necessary.
We are looking for people to help us gather building materials and appliances that are generously donated to us. These are items big and small. Your involvement can be ongoing or project by project.
Are you a building professional willing to lend your expertise? We are looking for people to join our committee to plan and execute our next project.
Construction superintendent is a part-time job responsible for organizing and scheduling tasks at the building site and for on-site training of volunteers. Responsible for maintaining a safe and clean work site, and for construction quality including volunteer and subcontractor work, assuring that work meets applicable codes, ordinances, and regulations. The supervisor manages a construction schedule…
You can enhance the lives of the individuals who attend our programs throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod. Help us continue to provide the highest quality services and opportunities for people with disabilities.
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.