Does your Organization Need Volunteers?
Animal Rescue Foundation
Do you love dogs, cats, or both? The Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) is in need of volunteers. Each Friday and Saturday from 9am until 5pm, ARF brings a few of their animals to PetSmart locations (Fridays @ 71st & 169; Saturdays @41st between Yale/Sheridan. There are morning and afternoon shifts from which to choose (9am - 1pm and 12:30-4:30). Volunteers work the booth, which consists of showing the dogs and cats to people who are interested, and walking the dogs regularly outside of the store. We also need volunteers to help at the ARF House at LaFortune Park, Wednesday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm. You can walk, bathe, brush, and play with the dogs and assist people who are wanting to adopt an ARF dog or cat. To sign up, please fill out the volunteer form at www.arftulsa.org/volunteerinfo.html and fax it to 918-744-4489 or call the ARF line at 918-622-5962.
United Campus Ministries
United Campus Ministries has a Community Service Work Study position for Special Projects Intern. The Special Project Intern should be able to assist the staff of United Campus Ministries with administrative tasks related to student faith and social justice programming.
Coffee Bunker Wants You!
One thing we value highly: we endeavor to be certain that “We Support Our Troops!” translates strongly into “Boots On The Ground!” We are blowing a bugle in our community to gather as many as possible to give, to volunteer, to do all they can to be sure our sons and daughters, parents, brothers and sisters, and friends who serve our country are likewise well-served when they return to their communities, friends, and families. Whether it be returning from combat, transitioning from active duty service or simply strengthening their involvement withing the community, Tulsa area veterans often face the seemingly overwhelming task of navigating a world that can seem foreign and overwhelming. Coffee Bunker exists to serve those that have given so much for us by providing a comfortable environment to connect with fellow veterans as well as community partners. But we need your help. Keeping our doors open means asking that citizens such as yourself volunteer their valuable time. If you can spare as little as one day a week we ask that you contact us for more details regarding volunteer opportunities. Or better yet, stop by our location and speak with the staff, volunteers and veterans we serve in order to find out how your efforts can benefit the Tulsa community.