Here’s an opportunity to add yourself to United Way of Greater Duluth’s mailing list. They send out a Weekly Service Scoop for people interested in local volunteer opportunities. It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
Duluth is currently a city that struggles with a lot of poverty, homelessness and low-income families. If you are feeling fortunate and want to extend a helping hand to people who might fall into any of these three categories, then CHUM could be the perfect organization for you to get involved with. According to the organization’s website,
“CHUM provides core social safety net programs which include emergency food, shelter, advocacy, and outreach to over 7,000 hungry, homeless and low-income people each year. Housing advocates and street case managers provide stabilization services through case management programs for homeless or imminently homeless families and single adults. CHUM’s congregational outreach and community organizing efforts center on social justice issues relating to homelessness, poverty and employment.”
If you want to gain experience with different demographics along with new life experiences, then CHUM has several volunteer opportunities to offer.
The first step to getting involved is filling out this application and sending it to the CHUM center’s volunteer coordinator, Elizabeth Olson. She can be reached through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by or by calling 218-740-2496. Once the application has been completed, she will contact you with opportunities that best fit your areas of interest.
If so, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland might be the perfect place for you to get involved with your Duluth community. Affiliated with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, there are three locations within the twin ports area. They are a program committed to the development of our youth and they are always looking for new volunteers. Volunteers are currently wanted on weekdays from 2:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
If you desire to inspire our youth and have some after school fun with kids ages 6-18, be sure to click here for the application. The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland also require you to provide a government issued identification card in addition to your filled out application form. All volunteers must go through a background check or screening process for safety purposes.
To empower and inspire all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as caring, productive, responsible citizens.
We are a blog dedicated to providing current volunteer opportunities that are happening in the city of Duluth, Minnesota. So often individuals feel the need to get involved in their community, but they are unsure where to begin or where to even look. Volunteerinduluth (VID) is an informational blog that will post events, organizations and places that people can volunteer at. Let’s get things rolling and get you out in the community to share the amazing help you have to offer!
Everyone is a potential volunteer in Duluth, MN. VID can help turn your potential into a reality.