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Golden Triangle RSVP Volunteer Stations and Volunteer Opportunities

The volunteer stations and volunteer duties listed are the current needs of the Golden Triangle RSVP.  If you see something that interests you, be sure to call and find out more.

American Red Cross – Volunteers provide food and assist with shelter.    Volunteers offer comfort and assist with helping families affected by major disasters such as fire, hurricanes and tornadoes

ARISE – ARISE is an evidence based life skills curriculum for students age 12 – 18.  Arise classes will be led by RSVP volunteers in area school districts.  ARISE is a mentoring program designed to engage youth

Beaumont Police Department – Phone calls are made daily to homebound elderly to check on their welfare

Best Years Senior Center –  Distribute health related materials to nursing home and assisted living residents that will enable them to make better decisions about their healthcare

Beaumont I.S.D. – Tutors and ROAR program (Reach Out And Read) in area elementary schools

Beaumont Public Library Literacy Program – Tutoring adults in ESL (English as a Second Language), GED (General Education Degree) that will lead them into economic growth

Bridge City Food Program – Distribution of food to low income families in the Bridge City area

Buckner Children’s Village – Assist with homework, school projects and reading, one hour, one evening a week

CASA – Serve as advocate for children in Jefferson County Courts

Catholic Charities – VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program

Garth House – Assist new mothers with taking care of their new born baby by giving out information on Shaken Baby Syndrome, SIDS, Safe Sleep and Post- Partum Depression

Giving Field – Weed, water and harvest plants at local community garden

Henry’ Place – Putting out milk, juice and cereal, signing clients in at day center for the homeless

Hospitality Center – Food preparation and food service at the soup kitchen

Military Veteran Peer Network –  Veteran volunteers are needed to help other local veterans by leading as a group facilitator, trainer, make jail visits and court mentor

 

Nutrition and Services for Seniors – Help in the community garden by weeding, watering and harvesting plants and delivering meals to our local citizens who are homebound elderly and disabled

Orange Christian Services – Help in the community garden by weeding, watering and harvesting plants, help individuals clothe and feed their children

Orange Community Action Association – Delivering meals to our local citizens who are homebound elderly and disabled

Orange County Sheriff Department – Phone calls are made daily to homebound elderly to check on their welfare

Port Arthur I.S.D. – Tutoring students who need a little extra help to become successful

Recreation Center – Distribute health related materials to nursing home and assisted living residents that will enable them to make better decisions about their healthcare

Southeast Texas Veterans Service Group – Seeking out veterans to help other veterans and veteran families during the mourning of a lost loved one

Shots Across Texas – Assist new mothers with taking care of their new babies by distributing packets to new moms in area hospitals on the importance of early childhood immunizations and enroll in reminder card system

Some Other Place – Prepare a hot cooked meal for homeless residents in our community, delivering meals to our local citizens who are homebound elderly or disabled and help individuals clothe and feed their children

Southeast Texas Food Bank – We are seeking volunteers to help feed our community by sorting food and non- food items

United Board of Missions –Delivering meals to our local citizens who are homebound elderly and disabled and help individuals clothe and feed their children

United Christian Care Center – Food distribution and helping individuals clothe and feed their children

Veteran’s Administration Outpatient Clinic – Provide snacks for veterans, provide vital medicines for veterans in the pharmacy and help transport veterans to urgent doctor appointments

 

To learn more, email Penny Pearson, Volunteer Coordinator, (409) 899-8444, Ext 6402, at ppearson@setrpc.org or print, complete and mail in a Volunteer Registration Form.

For a list of Volunteer sites in Spanish, Click here. To download the Volunteer Registration form in Spanish, Click here.

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