• NEEDED!

    Classroom Monitors

    During the pandemic health situation, Temporary Solutions, Inc. is partnering with Alexandria City Public Schools to help keep our students attentive in the school classrooms. The students will learn at-home or at-school with an on-line teacher. The Classroom Monitor ensures that students (up to eight students) stay engaged in their learning; laptops and classroom instruction will be followed per the instruction of the on-line teacher (using Zoom video-conference technology).

    If interested in becoming a classroom monitor, apply here!

    If there are any additional questions, please contact the recruiters here!

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  • Grocery Bag Packers and Restockers

    ALIVE! Needs Grocery Bag Packers & Restockers

    Help ALIVE!’s mass bag packing operation by packing and restocking food for 5000 groceries bags/week, to be distributed to food-insecure Alexandrians. Volunteers are required to do some light to moderate lifting and bending over to pick up cases of food from ground level. Close-toed shoes are required; wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty and bring bug spray or wear long sleeves if mosquitos like you. Each work station will be held 6ft apart to follow CDC guidelines and keep proper social distancing.

    Please express you interest here.

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  • Create COVID-19 Care Packages (Follows social distancing & CDC recommendations)

    This opportunity is open to all this include students.

    We are collecting items for seniors and vulnerable populations. You can help by creating care packages from the security of your own home and safely dropping items at our locations:
    Canned soups and other dry and canned foods
    Gift cards to Giant or Safeway
    Socks, hats, gloves and toiletries
    Large-font activity books like sudoku
    Diapers and baby wipes
    Sanitizing supplies
    Un-opened food to be cooked for 120 homeless neighbors served nightly by our Grate Patrol Program
    Donate online: www.salvationarmynca.org/covid19

    You may express your interest here.

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  • COVID-19 - Care for Community

    Thank you for your interest in helping our community! Only those who have not been exposed to the virus, are not experiencing any symptoms, and are under 65 years old are eligible to volunteer

    Current Needs:

    Truck-to-Trunk Mass Food Distribution! ALIVE! Inc. will distribute food on March 28 and volunteers are needed!

    Truck Drivers for the distribution site Cora Kelly ES needed - Register online.

    Truck Drivers for the distribution site John Adams ES needed - Register online.

    Van Driver needed - Register online.

    Line Bosses at John Adams ES needed - Register online.

    Line Bosses at Cora Kelly ES needed - Register online.

    Traffic Flow Coordinators at John Adams ES - Register online.

    Traffic Flow Coordinators at Cora Kelly ES- Register online.

    Bag Distribution Volunteers at John Adams ES - Register online.

    Bag Distribution Volunteers at Cora Kelly ES - Register online.

    Translators for John Adams ES site needed - Register online.

    Translators for Cora Kelly ES site needed - Register online.

    On Call Warehouse Workers - Register online.

    Alexandria Community Shelter - Experienced sign language interpreter is needed - Register online

    Alexandria City School is distributing "Grab'n Go" meals to ensure our children have food. Volunteers are needed at every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday until further notice at the following locations:

     

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  • COVID-19 - Care for Community

    We continue to operate and volunteers are still needed! Before you volunteer, ask yourself:

    • Have you been at any places and therefore exposed where people have tested posted for COVID-19? If so, do not volunteer.
    • Do you exhibit any symptoms of a respiratory illness including fever, runny nose, sore throat, coughing or difficulty breathing now or in the past 24 hours? If so, do not volunteer.

    If you are healthy and ready to volunteer, please take measures and bring your own sanitizer, wipes, and keep distance from other people.

    Current needs:

    We are "on the front lines" and our core mission at Volunteer Alexandria does not and cannot stop. Please consider donating to support us during this situation as we continue to help our community. CLICK TO DONATE and become an Emergency Response Donor. The need for community support is greater than ever and our volunteers matter more than ever.

    Thank you to the Jen Walker Team and the Hoffman Town Center for supporting us during this situation. 

    Over the next week we will be moving our volunteer force to action through a series of online volunteer opportunities and small-team projects. This will allow us to continue to help those in greatest need while ensuring that our volunteer and broader community remains as healthy as possible.

    We are monitoring the progression of the coronavirus in our community and working to modify our operations placing the safety of our volunteers, staff and clients first. We advise everyone to follow common-sense safety protocols issued by our government leaders – see details HERE.

     

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  • Alexandria Families for Safe Streets

    SHARE YOUR TALENTS!

    VOLUNTEERS TO OFFER SAFETY WITHIN THE STREET OF ACPS STUDENTS AND FAMILIES

     

    Alexandria Families For Safe Streets is a forum for people who are concerned about pedestrian safety within our community. They are an all-volunteer non-profit organization that spends time advancing safety through advocacy, education, and legislation. They're involved in activities such tabling at Farmer's markets, presentations for school students, and lobbying for safety regulations. A more complete list of volunteer opportunities is on their website below:
     
     
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  • Higher Achievement Volunteer Opportunity

     

    Higher Achievement provides academic support, mentoring and enrichment to middle school students during after-school hours at Francis C. Hammond Middle School.

     

    Higher Achievement Teaching Mentors work with a small group of middle school scholars on Literature or Math lessons one night a week across 21 weeks. Teaching Mentors build relationships with their scholars week to week and help youth build social emotional and academic skills that will support students' success in high school, college and beyond.

     

    Interested?

    Interested volunteers should have a passion for working with youth, an interest in social justice learning, belief that opportunities matter, commitment to serving as a role model and willingness to build relationships with youth from diverse communities and background.

     

    Email Stephanie Valencia at svalencia@higherachievement.org or apply online at  higherachievement.org/volunteer.  

     


     

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  • Alexandria Tutoring Consortium Volunteer Opportunity

     

    Support Literacy  

    Become an Alexandria Tutoring Consortium Tutor

     

    The Alexandria Tutoring Consortium (ATC) coordinates literacy tutoring for kindergarten and first grade students in nine ACPS elementary schools. 

     ATC is currently looking for tutors to commit 30 or 40 minutes, once or twice a week, to assist students who need one-on-one tutoring to read on grade level.  Schools have prescribed times when tutoring is conducted; ATC will work to match your availability with a school

     

    Contact Lisa Jacobs, Program Director
    Email Address: ljacobs@opmh.org
    Phone Number: 703-549-6670, ext. 119

    Or go to alexandriatutors.org and sign up!

     


     

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