Feeding
the Hungry at Jubilee Center

 http://www.jubileecenterbrow ard.org

Age Minimum (with Adult): 16+,

Minimum Age:18+

Jubilee Center
in Hollywood serves approximately 170 clients every weekday.  Volunteers are needed to prepare and serve
food and assist in cleaning up after the meal, from 8 AM – 1 PM.  (Meal will be provided to volunteers.) You
must wear closed toe shoes and please do not bring cell phones, earphones or
valuables that would need safekeeping.
Please ring the doorbell when you arrive, and we will admit you and
get you signed in.

Morningday Community Solutions
Warehouse Help

http://www.morningdaysolutions.or
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Opportunity Leader: Kasia Maslanka

 

Age Minimum (with Adult): 17+,

Minimum Age:17+

Morningday Community Solutions is a local nonprofit that
supports other nonprofits, churches and schools. We need volunteers to help with organizing, sorting the retail donations, as well as assembling furniture and checking small electronics.

COVID-19 Volunteer Protocols:  

  • 8 people maximum.
  • Please bring your own mask.
  • No contact with public the warehouse will be closed to our clients at that time. We are following safety protocols in line with the CDC and State of Florida guidelines of social distancing.

Morningday Community Solutions is located in a warehouse in Pompano Beach, so attire should reflect comfort and the possibility of getting hot and dirty. 

The warehouse address is:  1410 SW 29th Avenue, #100 Pompano Beach,
FL 33069
 

Construction Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity  http://www.habitatbroward.org Director
of Volunteer Engagement

Gina Caballero  gina@habitatbroward.org  

Ph: (954)396-3030 Ext. 200

Age Minimum (with Adult): 18+,

Minimum Age:18+

Volunteers will perform tasks such as framing walls, sodding and landscaping, painting and shingling, you can help the future homeowners complete their homes sooner so they can realize their dream of homeownership and achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to start building a better life.  If you want to make an impact in your community in a long-lasting way, want to learn about construction, try something new, learn new skills or contribute with your experience while having fun in a way you may not have thought of, this opportunity is right for you!

Training,
snacks, water, tools and personal protective equipment provided.
Please remember to wear closed toe
shoes!

 

Afterschool Recreation Program at

Greater Horizons Academy

Ph: (954) 486-6008

Opportunity Leader: Debi Palmisano

Age Minimum (with Adult): 15+,

Minimum Age:15+, Orientation

Required

Volunteers are needed at this afterschool recreation program to assist teachers with the school-aged children who attend.  You will assist with setting up and serving snacks, providing homework help, playing games, reading books, etc. — it all depends on what activities the kids are doing that day.  We really have a need for volunteers who can help with homework and tutoring students, so if you have that ability,
please let the school know.

The school is located at: 5750 West
Oakland Park Blvd 

Lauderhill, Florida 33313 

Urban Farming and Gardening at

Dania Beach PATCH

Opportunity Leader: Jaime Castoro

http://www.brhpc.org

Age Minimum (with Adult): 8+,

Minimum Age:16+

Volunteers are needed to help work on this urban farm by
planting, weeding, watering, and harvesting.
Volunteers under the age 16
MUST be accompanied by a responsible
adult unless arrangements are made in advance.

 

Volunteers should wear closed-toe shoes (running or tennis shoes are fine – NO Flip Flops) and clothing that can get dirty (yes, there is soil in the PATCH). For added comfort, volunteers should bring a hat, sunscreen and gloves. If a volunteer doesn’t have gloves, that’s okay – the PATCH has some gardening and latex gloves for volunteers to use at no cost. 

 

Water will be available for volunteers at the PATCH. To be environmentally friendly, we ask that volunteers bring their own reusable water bottles as there is ice water available for free refills at the PATCH!

There is a volunteer coordinator on site to get folks signed-in and to help those new to gardening/farming. 

Saturday Warehouse Project http://www.morningdaysolutions.or
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Minimum Age:17+

Morningday Community Solutions volunteers will be
helping us with merchandise we receive from Walmart stores and other retailers.

  • Sorting, Folding, Organizing merchandise
  • Testing small electronics
  • Assembling small furniture

Our warehouse is located in Pompano Beach. You are welcome to bring your friends as well and volunteer as a group.

Warehouse location: 1410 SW 29th Ave
#100, Pompano Beach, FL 33069

Urban Farming and Gardening at

Northwest Gardens PATCH

 

Opportunity Leader: Jaime Castoro http://www.brhpc.org

 

Age Minimum (with Adult): 8+,

Minimum Age:13+

 

The Northwest Gardens PATCH (People’s
Access to Community

Horticulture) is a community Market Garden which grows fresh, healthy, and pesticide-free fruits and vegetables to improve access to these foods for neighboring residents. Volunteers are needed to help work on this urban farm by planting, weeding, watering, and harvesting.

Volunteers should wear closed-toe shoes (running or tennis shoes are fine – NO Flip Flops) and clothing that can get dirty (yes, there is soil in the PATCH). For added comfort, volunteers should bring a hat, sunscreen and gloves. If a volunteer doesn’t have gloves, that’s okay – the PATCH has some gardening and latex gloves for volunteers to use at no cost.

Pembroke Park Community Garden Clean-up

http://www.townofpembrokepark.c
om

Opportunity Leader: Myriam

Jacques

Age Minimum (with Adult): 8+,

Minimum Age:13+

Volunteers are needed to help Pembroke Park’s Community Garden strive with healthy vegetable and herb plants. Volunteers will be pulling weeds, placing mulch, clearing, harvesting, mixing soil, planting, watering, composting, placing plant IDs. Volunteers may go home with vegetables and herbs from the garden. We expect to upkeep a variety of vegetable and herb plants grown into 24 raised beds, 20 hydroponic beds, and 75 grow bags.

Please wear closed toe shoes, clothes that can get dirty,
sun hats, sunglasses, garden gloves, garden tools. Town
will have bottled water. Bring a reusable bag to take home a few vegetables.

Fort Lauderdale Beach Sweep with

Kids Ecology Corps

 

Opportunity Leader: Terris Hamilton

 

http://www.kidsecologycorps.org

 

Age Minimum (with Adult): 1+,

Minimum Age:15+

 

Beach Clean-up starts at 7AM

The Beach Sweeptakes place the second Saturday of every month. Some important tips:

  • Minors 15 years
    old and under must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Students receive
    community service hours credit.
  • Wear appropriate
    attire and closed-toe shoes (no flip flops).
  • Bring a water container, hat and sunscreen. Water will be supplied

Unfortunately, the City of Fort Lauderdale is not able to provide free parking at this time. There is plenty of paid parking at the new parking garage just north of Las Olas Blvd on the east side of the Intracoastal.

 

Address and directions to meeting place: 300 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd.  Take Las Olas Blvd to the beach/A1A.  You will see the tent on the beach opposite the Elbow Room.

Markham Park Butterfly & Bird

Garden

 

Age Minimum (with Adult): 10+,

Minimum Age:16+

Join our Environmental Project Leader Maria, along with Markham Park staff, in maintaining Markham Park’s Butterfly Garden and Bird Garden.  The Butterfly Garden is located near the nature trail entrance, work will include weeding and maintenance of the beautiful butterfly attracting plants. The Bird Garden is located across from the dog park and near the nature trail entrance, work will include spreading mulch, digging holes, and planting bird-friendly plants.

 

To make day-of registration quicker, please bring the completed Broward County Workday Volunteer Application and Waiver with you – the County requires it for all volunteers who have not undergone a county background check.  The form is available by clicking here.

 

Volunteers should wear comfortable clothing and must wear sneakers/closed-toe shoes – all volunteers will be working with dirt. Hats and sunscreen are recommended. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own water and gloves for the project.

 

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult to this project.  When you arrive at the Park, you will be able to park for free, and will meet Maria at the location you are given after registering.

YMCA Food Distribution

 

Opportunity Leader: Anthony Young

http://ymcasouthflorida.org/

 

Age Minimum (with Adult): 15+,

Minimum Age:15+

 

Every 3rd Saturday of the month (8 am-2 pm) 

 In partnership with the Fort Lauderdale Police Department, the Housing Authority of the City of Fort Lauderdale, and Feeding South Florida, the YMCA hosts an event where the mission is to provide
resources & healthy, nutritious food alternatives to communities where
these significant factors are limited.

Volunteers are needed to help set up the
venue, package food bundles, pass out products to all participants, and much
more!

Miramar Community Garden

Volunteer Workday

 

Opportunity Leader: Rita Brown 

 

 https://www.facebook.com/Mira

marCommunityGarden

 

Age Minimum (with Adult): 10+,

Minimum Age:16+

 

Volunteers are needed for this monthly
project:

  • Tidying up, weeding, and planting in the garden
  • General Garden Maintenance
  • Special and ongoing projects

Bring your gardening tools, if possible, remember to
dress appropriately, protect yourself from the sun, and don’t forget drinking
water! Volunteers under 16 years old must be accompanied by a parent –
community service hours are available!

In addition to signing up, you must
download the waiver form(s),  and bring
it with you to the project
Minor & Adult Waiver linked here.  THE CITY OF MIRAMAR WILL REQUIRE THIS FORM COMPLETED AND
SIGNED BY AN ADULT PRIOR TO VOLUNTEERING.

Weekend Kitchen Helpers

 

Opportunity Leader: Jasper O’Neal

 

http://www.salvationarmyflorida.o

rg/fortlauderdale/

 

Age Minimum (with Adult): 12+,

Minimum Age:16+

We are in great need of volunteer Kitchen Helpers to
assist our staff at The Salvation Army in prepping and serving meals for
those in our shelter. We expect to serve dinner to approximately 200
individuals.

Volunteers will:

  • Assist in preparing and serving meals to residents, public and staff.
  • Assist in post-meal clean-up.

Volunteers must:

  • Bring a valid photo ID with you to volunteer.
  • Sign in and out of the building at the front desk.
  • Wear your Volunteer ID badge at all times while
    volunteering.
  • Be on time and
    dressed appropriately for your assignment. (No sleeveless shirts/tank tops,
    no open-toed shoes, and no shorts will be permitted in the kitchen)
  • Respect and protect the confidentiality of all Salvation Army clients, residents and program participants.
  • Be friendly and courteous in dealing with other volunteers, staff and all program participants

 

 

 

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