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The National MS Society needs help from everyone to create a world free of MS. So if you are looking to stay busy while giving back to the community, the National MS Society has many volunteer opportunities such as participating in walks, providing clerical assistance, assisting with mailing projects, helping to manage events, and sharing your knowledge on other activities. If you would like to get involved, go to http://www.gatewaymssociety.org/ and click ‘Volunteer.’
United Services is a non for profit agency that provides early childhood services for typical children and children with disabilities birth to five years old in St. Charles County. We provide Early Childhood Special Education services for Fort Zumwalt, St. Charles, and Orchard Farm School Districts. http://www.unitedsrvcs.org/
Volunteers are needed to help at Habitat for Humanity.
Energy Care is an organization that works to protect low-income, homebound people especially the elderly, and seriously ill or physically disabled adults and children from illness, hospitalization or death from summer heat or winter cold. This organization was founded by Sister Pat Kelley, a Sister of Charity of the Incarnate Word and an IWA alum. Contact Sarah Moll at 314-773-5900 ext. 25 or email@example.com for further information or to volunteer your services.www.energycare-stl.org
The University of Missouri - St. Louis invites the IWA girls to earn their required community service hours through the UM-St. Louis Volunteer Services Program. Opportunities are available in being a Welcome Center Assistant, a Special Event Hostess, an Art Gallery Assistant, and a Child Care Assistant. Volunteer Applications are available in the Campus Ministry Office.www.umsl.edu/services/volunteer
Kid’s Place, an after-school program serving students from Delmar HarvardElementary School in University City. Volunteer mentors are needed to provide tutoring and character development opportunities to its students. www.kidsplace-stl.org/