Arizona State Jobs –
Check the AZStateJobs.gov website to see if there are any volunteer opportunities in your area.
Community Information & Referral (CIR) -
CIR's vision is for all people to have easy access to information about the full range of health, human, and emergency services provided in Arizona communities. Call the 24 Hour Help Line (602) 263-8856 from anywhere in Arizona, or (800) 352-3792 within area codes 520 & 928.
To find volunteer opportunities please complete a volunteer profile or for more information please call the volunteer hotline at 602.535.4050, or the Yuma Career Center at 928-783-4190.
NAU - Civic Service Institute -
Provide a wide range of volunteer opportunities for students, seniors, and other community members to get involved. We currently offer five programs for volunteers:
1.Senior Companion Program, 2.Foster Grandparent Program, 3.Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), 4.Project GIVE, 5.Professional Development
The Civic Service Institute at Northern Arizona University mobilizes generations to strengthen communities through service and volunteerism. We invite you to join us in this mission.
SNAP 2-1-1 Website -
SNAP211.com is the place to go to obtain assistance from local programs, to volunteer in the community, to view the community calendar, and to learn about local training opportunities in Yuma County. People seeking the latest information on local programs and social services for family, friends or themselves can use it and it’s available to everyone via the internet connection 24 hours a day / 365 day a year and it’s FREE of Charge. You say “That’s fine, but I don’t have a computer”, don’t worry. You can access SNAP211.com at any local Yuma County Library branch in Yuma County, just ask the library staff for assistance and they’ll show you how.
Find a great place to volunteer.
Western Arizona Council of Governments (WACOG) -
As any volunteer will attest, the benefits of volunteering are numerous and often unexpected. Through WACOG volunteers, are given the opportunity to share their life experiences with their community. They are able to apply their talents and creativity to meet community needs that enrich the lives of everyone involved. By helping others, volunteers often find that they help themselves too. If you are interested in becoming a WACOG volunteer please e-mail Western Arizona Council of Governments at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 782-1886.
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