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Administrative and Clerical Support

Alcohol and Drug Council

Volunteers are needed to assist with their 24 Hour Helpline. Volunteers will take calls from addicts, alcoholics and their family members and provide them with phone numbers of where they may find help. The calls are actually forwarded to the phone of the volunteer's choice.

Contact:

Mary Ann Phipps
Helpline Coordinator
ADC
Phone: (615) 269-0029 ext. 113
24 Hour Helpline: (615) 269-0122

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The Arthritis Foundation 

 Literature Request

The Information and Referral Fulfillment Specialist will support the agency by assuring that resources are delivered in an efficient and timely manner to those individuals requesting collateral about arthritis and/or its related diseases.  Providing this information can help teach more about the disease and how to live better with it.  Volunteers will be involved with fulfilling requests that are received from individuals via email, mail, fax, phone or through special events; fulfillment will involve packaging and mailing of brochures, program information and other educational resources.
 
Donor Appreciation

The Donor Appreciation Assistant supports the Foundation by assuring that thank you notes to donors are completed in an efficient and timely manner.  Volunteers will assist staff in reviewing donor lists, writing the notes to thank the donor, addressing envelopes and processing each for mailing. 
 
 Program/Services Support

The Program/Services Support Specialist will support the Foundation by assuring that all program instructor & participant information sheets are scanned into our database in an efficient and timely manner. Volunteers will assist with the communication with instructors and facilities conducting courses for follow-up and updates; preparations for future training courses and class in a box assembly.
 
Office Assistant
 
This position will assist with the day-to-day projects in the office.  All kinds of office tasks are performed, from stuffing envelopes and running errands, to data entry, filing and special projects.
 
Special Event Volunteer

Many volunteers help make the special events for the Arthritis Foundation occur throughout the year. Committee chairs and members along with plenty of day of volunteers are needed for the Arthritis Walk, Bone Bash, Jingle Bell Run and other special events.
 
Anyone interested in any of the above opportunities should contact Katie Maruskin at kmaruskin@arthritis.org or (615) 254-6795 x100 to get more information and set up a time to come in.  Office based opportunities usually take place Monday - Friday from 8:30am - 4:30pm.   Special Event Volunteer opportunities depend on the event and location, please contact the office for more information.

Website: http://www.arthritis.org/chapters/tennessee/volunteers.php

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ArthritisFoundationTennessee

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Books from Birth of Middle TN

Books from Birth of Middle Tennessee (BFBMT) is a non-profit literacy program that provides free, monthly books to children from birth to age 5.  BFBMT serves Davidson, Sumner and Williamson with the Imagination Library program and BFBMT Family Literacy.  

Also needed is a Spanish Interpreter. BFBMT seeks volunteers to help with their Spanish Customer Service phone line. Volunteers are asked to work a minimum of one hour and up to three hours weekly. From any phone, volunteers will be able to retrieve calls from the BFBMT Spanish line. They will then call the families back, update the BFBMT database (training provided), and/or email registration brochure requests to BFBMT's Activities Coordinator.

Contact:

Sheryl Rodgers
Director
Books from Birth of Middle Tennessee
Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt
3401 West End Ave., Ste. 460W
Nashville, TN  37203
Tel. (615) 936-3737
Fax (615) 936-6366
www.vanderbiltchildrens.com/booksfrombirth

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Christian Women's Job Corps

Christian Women's Job Corps seeks to equip women for life and employment with basic life skills necessary for self-sufficiency, within her culture, which may include: sustained employment; adequate income; housing; transportation; child care; and/or medical care. Volunteers are needed to help with childcare, special events, and various clerical responsibilities.

Contact:

Melissa Greenwood
Volunteer Coordinator
Christian Women's Job Corps of Middle TN
PO Box 22388
Nashville, TN 37202
(615) 244-3669

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Graduation Pledge Alliance

The Graduation Pledge Alliance, an organization that encourages students at colleges and universities throughout the world to take a pledge of Social and Environmental Responsibility when they graduate, is looking for volunteers for a variety of tasks. Please see their website, http://www.graduationpledge.org/about/volunteer-with-us/, for more information.

Mercy Ministries

Mercy Minsitries provides hope and healing to desperate young women who are seeking freedom from life-controlling issues such as:

Physical & Sexual Abuse Including Sex Trafficking
Eating Disorders
Self-Harm
Drug & Alcohol Addictions
Depression
Unplanned Pregnancy

Most of their needs are of an administrative nature… anything from data entry to stuffing envelopes with invitations to an upcoming event. They are also able to have volunteers come in individually at any time during the week or for specific events that occur on the weekdays or weeknights/weekends.

For more information, contact Melanie Blair,615-831-6987

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Monroe Harding Children's Home

Monroe Harding, Inc. partners with at-risk youth and families to provide a bridge toward independence and success. They are in need of volunteers to pick up bread at the Publix at Fieldstone Farms (in Franklin0 every other Monday starting on Monday, March 3, 2008. You would need to be there no later than 9:00 am.

They also have need for someone to assist on Mondays from 3-4:30pm with baby sitting 2-3 children ages 2-5 while there parents are taking a parenting class at the Youth Connections program. 

Contact:

Lindsey Kear
Phone: (615) 298-5573 ext. 140

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Nashville Public Library

A wide variety of volunteer and internship opportunities are available with the Nashville Public Library. Click here for more information.

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Nashville Rescue Mission

Volunteer Opportunities Available at Nashville Rescue Mission:
Serving in the kitchen area 7 DAYS A WEEK( Men's Division)
Availability depends on time and how many people are being booked or is booked already. We cannot guarantee that you will not be booked with another group at that time. It will be the responsibility of your group or you as an individual to work with that group or schedule another time.

Administration (Men's Division)
Volunteer for our clinic
Speakers
Volunteer for Travelers Aid

Contact:

Nathan Peeples
Director of Volunteers
Phone: (615) 312-1544

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Pastoral Counseling Centers of TN

Pastoral Counseling Centers of TN, Inc. is a ministry of professional care dedicated to healing and growth in human life and relationships. They are in need of clerical assistance throughout the year.  They are located at Vine Street Christian Church, just off of West End Ave. near MBA and St. Thomas Hospital.

Contact:

Chrissa Walsh
Phone: (615) 383-2115 ext. 33

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PENCIL Foundation

LP PENCIL Box is a free office and school supply store for the public school teachers here in Nashville.  They are always looking for volunteers to help us with the following things:

  • Assisting teachers while they shop for free supplies
  • Checking teachers in and out and answering questions
  • Assisting with unloading product donations
  • Inventorying donations
  • Sorting, bundling or preparing the products for display on the shelves
  • Assisting with stocking or reorganizing shelves
  • Having a great time while getting supplies to children that really need them!

Contact:

Ulrike (Ulli) Heregger
Program Manager LP PENCIL Box
(615) 974-0438
http://www.pencilfd.org/pencil_box

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St. Luke's Community Center

St. Luke's Community Center needs volunteers for their preschool library. Contact Christie Bearden at (615) 324-8375 or christie.bearden@stlukescommunityhouse.org if this volunteer job description interests you:

Who: 1-2 creative and outgoing volunteers at least 16 years of age

When: 1 person to work any hours during the week and 1 person every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00- 5:30

What: Restock books returned, help families check out books, clean and organize library, help Literacy Coach decorate the library and reading wall, help plan fun reading incentives for families, stock new books, and maintain library log.

Bonus: Library volunteers who work mid-day will receive free lunches on those days!!!

You will also receive credit for all your volunteer hours!

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World Relief

World Relief of Nashville needs a driver for an Iraqi family living at Turtle Creek Apartments (121 Hickory Trace Drive, Nashville, TN) that needs a ride to English class every Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm to 8pm at McMurray Middle School (520 McMurray Dr Nashville, TN 37211).

Volunteers will need to be screened, including background and driving record checks.

Contact:

Deanna Dolan
Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator
World Relief Nashville
442 Metroplex Drive
Suite 100
Nashville, TN 37211
Cell: (615) 497-8360
Phone: (615) 833-7735 ext. 202
Fax: (615) 833-7131

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