The 2014 Summer Volunteer Guide brings you more than 50 opportunities to make a difference this summer—from projects you can do at home to volunteering at a summer camp. Through these projects, you have the chance to make an impact on youth, seniors, the environment, and so much more.
Each opportunity is organized by theme, and lets you know what to expect and who to contact. We also let you know which opportunities are suitable for youth or teens, and which opportunities are group-friendly!
New This Year! All volunteers are eligible to receive an “I Volunteer” card, giving you access to discounts at Twin Cities businesses throughout the year. If you participate in an opportunity you find in the guide, email Rachel Jackelen (email@example.com) and tell her about it! She’ll send you a card you can start using right away. For more information about “I Volunteer” cards, check http://www.handsontwincities.org/thankyou
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Hi, I received a HandsOn volunteer card in the mail from the University Retirees Volunteer Center but was unable to register it. The website listed – http://www.handsontwincities.org/thank you didn’t work. Thanks, Mary Jane Towle
Thanks for the feedback! I just sent you an email with more information.