Ohio Volunteer Opportunities for Bookworms

December 14, 2015 / volunteer / Ohio Volunteer Opportunities

If you’re looking for a chance to get out and volunteer in your Ohio community: that’s great! Committing your time, talents, and energy to a cause that helps others is one of the most fulfilling things that you can do. But you’ll have twice the passion if you’re helping others while staying involved in something […]

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Foodbank Volunteer Opportunities in Ohio

December 3, 2015 / volunteer / Ohio Volunteer Opportunities, Volunteer

There is something about the holiday season that makes people want to help others. It is a great time of year to get involved with volunteer programs, and there are plenty of organizations that need help with their food banks. Many people look forward to the holiday season because of the food, but many homeless […]

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Volunteers Needed to Feed the Hungry on Thanksgiving

November 20, 2015 / volunteer / Volunteer

Are you and your family trying to find a helpful way to spend your Thanksgiving? Would you like to make an impact on your community and spread love to your neighbors? There are always many volunteer opportunities in the Columbus, OH area, but especially on Thanksgiving, a day normally spent feasting and celebrating, but just […]

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Volunteer Opportunities Available This Holiday Season

November 10, 2015 / volunteer / Volunteer

The holiday season comes around November and lasts through the beginning of January. It is the time of year when kids expect gifts from Santa, the weather can get unbearably cold, and people feel generous. All of these things play an important role in the volunteer opportunities available throughout the holiday season. The city of […]

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Volunteer Organizations Call on Kasich to Expand Food Assistance Waivers

November 6, 2015 / volunteer / Volunteer

2016 Republican presidential candidate and current governor of Ohio John Kasich is waging a war on the urban poor. Kasich is waiving food stamp time limits for one group of recipients, rural white and typically Republican, while enforcing the requirement on another group — urban typically Democratic minorities. Now, volunteer and civil rights groups in Columbus […]

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