If you haven’t heard the news we have partnered with Boys and Girls Club of Greater Salt Lake! Read all about it here!
If you’re interested in volunteering with the Boys and Girls Club here are some ongoing opportunities.
We’ll be sure to notify you here of anything specifically created for the BeehiveSSC community so check back often!
Young Leadership Council: A new group of young adult professionals to provide ideas, resources and leadership to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Salt Lake. Meets semi-annually. Interested please contact Amanda Hughes, Director of Community Relations and Special Events at 801.322.4411 or email@example.com.
Be Great Gala Volunteers: Volunteers needed to serve in a variety of capacities related to our special fundraising events. Acquire items for silent auctions, make phone calls, pick up items, assist with set up and take down of event, help during the event in the auctions, registration tables, etc. Interested please contact Amanda Hughes, Director of Community Relations and Special Events at 801.322.4411 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Need is on -going from March – May 2013. Day of event May 11, 2013.
Homework Help: Small group or individual opportunity. Can be a one time activity or ongoing project. Homework time (known as Power Hour) is scheduled during the school year between 3:30 – 4:30pm at our Sugar House, Capitol West, Lied Clubs and at our Tooele Club from 5:00-5:45pm at for elementary aged youth and from 4:00-4:45pm for teens. *
Sports: We are looking for volunteer coaches and referees for basketball, soccer and flag football programs. For more information contact Linnea Aguirre at the Sugar House Club – 801.484.0841 or email@example.com.* Need is ongoing throughout the year. Each sport runs in approximately an 8 week-long block.
Kids Café: Small group (no more than 4) or individual opportunity. Kids Café is a free meal service program for youth at our Lied and Capitol West Clubs. Volunteers can help from 4:30 – 6:00 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
BE GREAT: Graduate: This pilot program pairs Club members with adult mentors in their middle school years to help ensure they are ready to enter high school and experience success. Individual mentors are asked to meet with their student one hour per week for the full school year. This opportunity is only available at our Lied Club.*
Specialized Skills: Have a great skill you’d like to share with our kids? Individualized opportunities can be arranged for volunteers to share their talents and knowledge in areas such as dance, sports, crafts, arts, music, job readiness, financial literacy, health related issues, college prep, chess, culinary arts, etc.
Large Group Projects: Groups of volunteers are greatly appreciated to help us maintain our Clubhouses or conduct special events for our Club members. Some project ideas include painting, landscaping, deep cleaning, carnivals, barbecues, water parties and sport activities.
*Requires a criminal background check to be completed prior to volunteer service.
Except where indicated, please contact Tiffany Harris, Volunteer Coordinator at 801.322.4411 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks in advance for helping improve the Greater Salt Lake Community!