Following are descriptions of several areas where you can choose to volunteer. Please take a moment to review each area and then select all that apply using the check boxes below.
Volunteers can assist local refugees with the resettlement process, work in an after-school program with refugee students, help provide ESL and citizenship tutoring for adults or become involved with The Human Rights Initiative (THRI) student group.
Volunteers can provide assistance in elementary, middle and high school classrooms, help elementary students improve their reading skills, tutor high school students in math or work with kids in after-school programs.
Volunteers can serve at local health clinics and hospitals, engage with children with disabilities, or perhaps help organize an annual Bone Marrow Donor Drive.
Students can volunteer at local retirement communities, assist staff at local food and clothing banks or help the most vulnerable members of our community - children and adults at shelters and temporary housing facilities.
An after school enrichment program that combines academics, community service and the game of squash. We serve a cohort of twenty underserved yet motivated students from Reynolds Middle School and McCaskey High School.
An after school enrichment program that uses sport as a tool to provide a safe and interactive learning environment for local Lancaster middle school students. Reynolds Middle School will recruit students to be a part of the program, which will run from 2:30pm – 5:30pm on Mondays and Wednesdays. Participants will spend approximately one hour working on their homework and or planned workshops and the next hour playing a sport.