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Current Volunteer Opportunities

Call Heather at (740) 373-3107 to find out more about these opportunities.

Senior Wheels
Volunteer drivers use their own vehicles to transport seniors to doctor appointments, the grocery store, and pharmacy. Mileage reimbursed at $0.555 per mile. Flexible time, urgently need drivers in Belpre, Lowell, Beverly, Waterford and Vincent areas.
Prerequisites: Background check, clean driving record, proof of insurance, and Senior Wheels training.

Harmar Elementary
Project More - a nationally recognized program that improves grade level performance in at-risk elementary school students. Mentors meet with children for 30 minutes in a very scripted, organized tutoring session that includes reading to the child, listening to the child read back what was read, questions about the reading and a game. The training is very thorough and a teacher supports the volunteer throughout the program. A 9-month, 30 minute, 1-time/week commitment is required. Training will be in September to begin in October.

Reassurance Callers
Serve from your own home calling homebound seniors to check in with them. Spend a few minutes listening, making sure that they are feeling well and that everything in their home is in order.

Franciscan Meals
Deliver hot lunch to shut-ins. Drivers use their own vehicle to pick up meals at the hospital and make deliveries on a set route. This is a great volunteer opportunity for married couples and friends to do together. No mileage reimbursement is available. Training is provided.

Marietta Food Pantry:
Looking for volunteers on Tuesday and/or Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

O'Neill Center Adult Day Care
Assist the O’Neill staff by visiting with clients, helping with coats, serving snacks, and keeping the kitchen tidy. Serve one day each week from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Boys & Girls Club
Under the guidance of Boys and Girls Club staff, assist elementary or middle school students with homework, read or be read to by younger children during after school Power Hours from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm, serving one day each week.

Marietta Recycling Center
Volunteers will sort recyclables, work on your own schedule.

Ewing School
Pool side help with youngsters

Lisa Valentine, Director
Anita Schlicher, Volunteer Coordinator

Retired Senior Volunteer Program
333 Fourth Street
Marietta, OH 45750
(located inside the O’Neill Center)

Phone: (740) 373-3107
Fax: (740) 373-7251

Senior Corps RSVP

Corporation for National and Community Service

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