Community Service Opportunities-3.1.2017
Click on the link to access the Community Service Tracking form: Community Service Hours Tracking Form. Record your hours and hold on to your form. Please DO NOT TURN THEM IN.
When your hours are complete, enter them HERE.
Spring is here (hopefully summer soon!) and it is time to give the CSCS Labyrinth some gardening love. Over the last year, we have been able to install a beautiful labyrinth path and garden using a student design, work from many volunteers, and donations of both materials and energy. Within our labyrinth is a partial stone path that is using the bricks sold in the CSCS Buy a Brick Campaign. In order to do keep our labyrinth beautiful, we need some help with weeding, mulching, and laying a little more gravel.
We are planning a big work day on June 3rd from 9 am - 3 pm. We will then continue needing some help weeding and maintaining the labyrinth on the following dates in the summer:
June 21 3-6 pm
July 19 8-11 am
August 23 8-11 am
For each work day, please bring your own gloves, water, and lunch (for 6/3). If you have a wheelbarrow that you could transport and use for 6/3, we would greatly appreciate it!
If you are interested in working any of these days, please sign-up using this form: 16-17 Labyrinth Work Sign-up
The Attic Angel Sale runs June 1st-3rd at the Keva Sport Center . In 2016, Attic Angel raides $109,000 for local non-profit organizations. Student duties will include moving boxes and furniture, carrying purchased items to cars and manning a storage area for customer purchases. Attic Angel cannot operate the sale without the help of wonderful student volunteers!
This is a good chance to earn service hours, have fun with friends and help out an extremely worthwhile organization. They provide snacks, lunches and beverages!
Sign up to work on the link listed below. If you are only able to work a portion of a shift, sign up for the shift and leave a note in the comment section with specific hours you are availablehttp://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0A45A8A72BA4FC1-teen1
If you have questions contact: Anne Dorn 608-333-5905 firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you love HISTORY? Would you like to learn more about the history of Middleton and become a Docent—Museum Tour Guide?
Middleton Area Historical Society has two museums and is looking for help.
The Rowley House Museum on Hubbard Ave. is open April through October Tuesday from 1-4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This year, the Depot on Parmenter Street will be open Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Both museums are looking for volunteers to greet visitors and show them around the museum. No previous knowledge of Middleton history is needed. This is a great opportunity to give back to your community and share with your neighbors. You can sign up for one shift or many shifts. ________________________________________________________________
Adaptive Sports Junior Nationals—July 15 through July 21—Here at MHS, Breitenbach Stadium
The Junior Nationals program is looking for volunteers to assist with the registration and various competitions. Register online at https://mikaylascott0214.wixsite.com/jn2017volunteer/sign-up-here
Camp Invention: Sauk Trail, July 10-14, 2017
Do you LOVE Science and want to share your love with elementary students? Be a camp counselor at Sauk Trail’s Camp Invention. This is an opportunity to build leadership skills through formalized training and practical experience, introduce entrepreneurial and intellectual property concepts, strengthen your college or your employment application, AND have FUN! You will need to be available for some training prior to the camp and all 5 days of the camp. Click HERE, HERE and HERE! for more details.
Contact Kristin Pavelec to sign up because spaces go FAST! email@example.com
Adopt Me Animal Rescue is a local non-profit all-breed dog rescue. The mission is to re-home & rehabilitate at-risk dogs who are living in a hi-kill shelter . The dogs are place into foster home until they are adopted. You can help the puppies to raise funds by working concessions with your friends at UW basketball games! OR you can work at Pet Smart on Sunday afternoons to walk, play with and clean up after the puppies. How fun is that? Check out the website www.adoptmeforever.org for more volunteer information or contact Lindsay Trustem at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gio's Garden is a therapeutic respite center for families with children with special needs. The center is located just two blocks from the MHS. They are in need of volunteers to help with: care of the kids, clerical support, special events and special events planning, cleaning, yardwork, planting, gardening and staffing their summer camp.
Please contact Ms. Stodola at email@example.com if you would like to learn more.
MOM is a non-profit that is leading a community-wide effort to prevent homelessness and end hunger for people throughout Middleton, West Madison and Cross Plains. Through the support of business partners, area schools and faith communities, as well as numerous individuals and service organizations, MOM provides - free of charge - food, clothing, housing assistance, emergency financial assistance, and special services for seniors. Click this link for more programs where you can help! M.O.M. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES If you have questions, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and put "HS Service Hours" in the subject line.
Organize a Food Drive: Find our TOP TEN needed items and food drive tips online. Bring donations to the pantry during open hours or attend a Pulbic Tour of MOM and bring in your dontations then. Donatefood.momhelps.org
Organize a clothing or bedding drive. MOM is in need of linens (gently-used and clean), towels, twin/dbl/queen sixed sheets, blankets, mattress pads, shower curtains, bath mats, baby blankets. More info on clothing donations online. momhelps.org/support/donate-clothing-other-goods/
Middleton Public Library:
The library is looking for volunteers to help shelve books, copy, make posters and various clerical work.
See their website: http://www.midlibrary.org/Volunteer
Middleton Senior Center:
Seniors are in need of lawn care, grocery pick up, cleaning, and gardening. Seniors would also enjoy being read to, playing cards and teaching how to knit and crochet.
See their website: http://www.ci.middleton.wi.us/index.aspx?NID=191 or
Contact: Sandy 608-662-0827
Middleton Youth Center:
The Youth Center is in need of tutors and program leaders to work with students from 5th through 8th grade after school and during the summer
For more information, click here: MYC.Tutor Flyer 2016-2017
If you know of an organization or specific event that is in need of volunteers, please contact Karen Stodola at MHSServiceLearning@mcpasd.k12.wi.us.