United Way Volunteer Connection
Volunteer Opportunities for the Week of November 5, 2018
Let’s Party! North Central Health Care can benefit from help at their Adult Day Service Holiday Party on December 6 in the evening at Rothschild Pavilion. Contact Laural or Kathy at 715-848-4450 or [email protected].
Do you like to Greet People and Direct Calls? Front desk help is needed at The Neighbors’ Place. Contact Kathy at 715-845-1966 or [email protected].
Deck The Halls! The Festival of Trees is in need of helpers to fluff artificial trees and drape fabric on tree stands on Saturday, November 17, Noon-4pm. Contact the Aspirus Health Foundation at 715-847-2470, or email [email protected].
Have an Hour or Two on Dec. 1? Faith in Action of Marathon County will hold its 6th Annual Gift of Hope Holiday Care Drive on December 1. Assemble packages from 9 -11 AM at 630 Adams St. in Wausau. Delivery drivers begin at 11 AM that day, as well. Call Linda at 715-848-8783.
Ascension at Home Hospice Visitors. Join in supporting and comforting patients in the Greater Wausau area. Reading to, taking a walk with, or conversing with people can be very meaningful. Training and support provided. Contact Megan at 715-204-3443 or email [email protected].
In-Kind Donated Items Needed
Steel-Toed Boots. United Way Emerging Leaders Boots to Work program is in urgent need of Women’s Steel-Toed boots sizes 5 ½ – 9. Boots to Work provides gently used steel-toed boots to employees starting a new job. Donations of both men and women’s steel-toed boots are appreciated. Please drop off at 705 S. 24th Ave. Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm or contact [email protected].
Do Something Artsy! This is a great time for kids in the community to try some of their artistic skills at the Boys and Girls Club. If you have gently used or new arts and crafts, materials to donate contact Mao at 715-845-2582 or [email protected].
Fuel Cards for Working, Newly Housed Homeless. North Central Community Action can pass along fuel gas cards to homeless who have jobs and transportation but could use some assistance. Contact Barbara at 715-301-1868 or [email protected].