There are many
volunteer opportunities for people of all ages in the
Monadnock area. Please give us a call if you are
interested in volunteering once a week, once a month or
even once a year! We’d love to talk to you, please call: 357-6893.
Opportunities are available in:
– Read to children once a week in a school setting;
volunteer at a summer reading program, tutor children in
Healthy Futures – Visit a homebound senior citizen,
assist in delivering food boxes, help prepare and serve
a meal at a community kitchen.
Disaster Services –
Get training to help your community in a natural
health emergency. Work as part of a team to ensure that
everyone is ready to deal with an emergency.
Assist at a blood drive!
Veterans and Military
Families – Help provide transportation to veterans and their families to medical appointments.
Conservation and Land Stewardship - Monitor the Ashuelot River water system; assist with trail maintenance in our parks and recreation areas.
The most frequent phone call we get at the volunteer center is somebody looking for a ride, either to a doctor’s appointment or to run needed errands. In many cases the agency we send them to is the Community Volunteer Transportation Company (CVTC). However, with ride requests back up to pre-pandemic numbers and volunteer numbers still low, many of these ride requests go unmet. You can help fill one of the biggest needs in our area, and do so on a schedule that works for you. There is no time commitment, just accept the rides that work for you. If you are interested in learning more please reach out to us at 357-6893 or by emailing Pat or Jazmin at firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com role you feel comfortable with.
Deliver meals with Meals on Wheels -
Meals on Wheels is a staple service for seniors throughout the Monadnock Region. Not only do they deliver affordable/free nutritious meals to home bound seniors and those with disabilities or chronic illness, but the daily check in from drivers allows for a consistent wellness check and provides peace of mind for both the recipient and their family. Delivery drivers are needed in; Rindge, Jaffrey, Antrim, Hancock, Peterborough, Greenville, and Francestown. The pickup location for meals varies depending on the route. Drivers can volunteer one day a week or five. Mileage reimbursement may be available for some (but not all) routes. If you are interested in learning more about what meal delivery would entail and the requirements for becoming a driver, please reach out to Jazmin at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the office at 603-357-6893
Volunteer to help Adult Learners -
Help adult learners reach their goals by becoming a volunteer for Project LIFT.
Project Lift offers free, confidential, one-to-one and small group instruction to adults in Hillsborough and surrounding towns who wish to improve their basic skills, learn English, or prepare for the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET)
They have several volunteer opportunities; Tutors, Tech Assistants, ELL Conversation Group Facilitator, and Learning Lounge Assistant. ProjectLIFT is based in the Fuller Public Library and serves Hillsborough and surrounding towns including, Antrim Bennington Hancock and Peterborough. For more information regarding Project LIFT please reach out to Jazmin at email@example.com or call the office at 603-357-6893
Keene Community Education
Keene Community Education is looking for volunteers who want to help adult learners in our area. Our two main programs, teaching English as a second language and teaching adults who need their high school equivalency certificate, are in need of tutors who can work one-on-one with students or who can work in a classroom setting. Flexible hours, 'job' satisfaction, and plenty of fun guaranteed! Contact Pat at PDixe@mfs.org or give us a call at 357-6893.
Monadnock Community Hospital Volunteers -
As the vaccine roll out continues The Monadnock Community Hospital has begun to phase volunteers back into their roles, starting with the Gift Shop volunteers. As things continue to progress more and more opportunities will become available and we encourage you you to keep the Hospital in mind as you think about how you would like to serve the community. Opportunities will be available that fit almost any schedule, interest or need. Volunteers can serve in the gift shop not only by helping customers to shop but also providing comfort and reassurance to patients and/or their families as they fill their down time. You can also provide guidance to visitors at a number of greeting desks, or support to the staff in the mail room, HR or by putting your handyman skills to use. Schedules can be regular or vary as needed. For more information about volunteering with the Monadnock Community Hospital contact Jazmin Belcoure at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 352-5698.
Blood Drives Volunteers - American Red Cross -
Blood Drives –
The American Red Cross is always in need of volunteers to staff the blood drives in our area. There are many drives being scheduled throughout the Monadnock region and you can chose to work the ones that fit with your schedule. If you are interested in learning how to volunteer please email Jazmin at email@example.com
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03431 PH 603-357-6893
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