Contact: Anne Mulhall, executive director, Phone: 401-226-4677, Fax: 781-2280
Purpose: To provide on-site programs and activities to people who have early to moderate-stage memory loss and are still living in their home. We offer two-hour activities to the elder population such as bowling, acting group, book club, art, community service, religious clubs, gardening and much more. All programs are set up with a purpose.
Contact: Volunteer Coordinator, Phone: 401-739-3773, Fax: 401-739-8990
Focus: To provide information, perform light office work, help with special events, program coordination and data entry for two to four hours a week.
History: Founded in 1982, we are the oldest wish granting organization in RI. We have been serving sick children and their families in our community for over 34 years. We grant the wishes of medically qualified children ages 3 through 18 who have a life-threatening illness and live in Rhode Island and areas of southeastern Massachusetts.
10 Brookside Avenue West Warwick, RI
Mission: With the help of the community we serve a Sunday meal, collect and distribute items of need such as toiletries, coats, socks, non perishable food to help people living on the streets, and the impoverished who are just making ends meet in the community and surrounding areas. We have now started a program called Project Hand Up. It is a place for working people and people who receive a monthly check to shop for a suggested donation so they do not have to choice between paying bills or eating.
Target demographics: Working people make ends meet, homeless and impoverished
Direct beneficiaries per year: 6 schools in the community with school supplies, 10,400 people a year with a weekly home cooked meal, Coats, hats, socks and gloves for the homeless and impoverished, and provided the elderly in the community with a great Christmas program so they were not forgotten through the holidays.
Geographic areas served: West Warwick and surrounding communities
Programs: Project Hand Up which is a program where working people can shop for groceries, toiletries, and over the counter medication for a suggested donation so they do not have to choose between eating and paying bills and to provide a Sunday meal for the impoverished and homeless in the community.
Purpose: The Buckeye Brook Coalition, a state-designated watershed council, was formed to focus attention on Buckeye Brook and its watershed, which are located in Warwick. Our mission is to protect and preserve Buckeye Brook and its annual herring (fish) run.
Focus: To provide support to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Work may be focused on hotline responses, residential services, court services or outreach or a combination of programs. Most programs require a minimum commitment of four hours/week; court program requires minimum commitment of 12 hours/per week. Interview, criminal background check and successful completion of agency training is required for all programs.
Focus: Volunteers serve as leaders or assistants for Girl Scout after school and summer outreach programs. Must commit to at least one afternoon per week.
Contact: Volunteer Coordinator, Phone: 401-739-1305
Focus: A community center offering social services, educational and recreational resources, and activities for the people of Warwick.
Contact: Volunteer Services Department, Phone: 401-737-7000, Ext. 31328
Focus: Volunteers work inpatient care or perform clerical duties; volunteers serve for four hours weekly.
Contact: Susan Shanley, program director, Phone: 401-828-0130, Ext. 224, Fax: 401-821-8480
Focus: To offer on-site preschool child care for children ages 3 to 5 years. One to five
hours per week are required.
Contact: Christopher Margadonna M.Ed., Recruitment Specialist
Contact: Jay Campagnone, Program Support Specialist
Phone: 401-732-7700 E-mail: jcampagnone@mentorRI.org
Focus: Volunteers/mentors By spending just one hour with your mentee each week, you’ll have an amazing sense of accomplishment as you give back to your community and see the positive impact you can have on a child who needs your guidance. Being a mentor is about sharing the best parts of your character with your mentee. As in any relationship with that level of trust and sharing, you are almost certain to develop a long-lasting friendship. In the end, you will find you get as much out of that friendship as your mentee. One hour each week: that’s all it takes.
Contact: Michelle Langlois, executive director/advocate, Phone: 401-743-7695
Focus: NEAS is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive services to victims of abuse and to provide resources and awareness on the issue of violence. NEAS provides emotional support, resources and personal, individual advocacy to victims of abuse, including, domestic violence and sexual assault. Because the targeted clients NEAS assists are scared and need emotional support, it is their voices, their struggles and their experiences that guide our work.
Contact: Human Resource Office, Phone: 401-691-6000, x337
Vision: To improve the quality of life for individuals and families facing behavioral health challenges.
Contact: Barbara Levy, Phone: 401-732-8500 Fax: 401-732-8507
Focus: To assist in preparation for and conducting special programs for seniors and people with disabilities.
Contact: Tanisha Simpson, Phone: 401-732-4666, Ext. 154, Fax: 401-737-2051
Focus: Volunteers will perform various tasks throughout the agency, which assists economically disadvantaged individuals and families achieve and sustain self-sufficiency.
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