Volunteer Events

Volunteer Events-For more information please contact Janed@uca.edu

City of Hope (COHO) UNSEEN Campaign

The City of Hope (COHO) is kicking off its Unseen Campaign in March.  There will be several opportunities for you to volunteer.

Contact:  Erin Kingston-501-650-4888.

March 16th, 8:00 -1:00 volunteers will be needed to help out at Stoby’s Pancake Breakfast.  You will be needed to help with clean-up, busing tables, and holding signs outside.  Contact:  Erin Kingston-501-650-4888.  She will assign times when you will be needed.

Heroes for Hope 10k/5k/1k Superhero Race April 19th -501-328-3347 Katiina Dull, kdull@hopeandjustice.org

On April 19th, the Children’s Advocacy Alliance will hold its 4th Annual Heroes for Hope Race, our fundraising event to help child victims of abuse and neglect regain their childhood and be placed in safe, permanent homes.  Volunteers are needed to help along the course, set-up and helping with kids activity booths.

 

Ongoing Volunteer Projects

Soul Food Cafe Mission-501-514-5325  Needs a student with basic web design skills to help update copy and pictures on website.

Big Brothers Big Sisters-501-374-6661 Volunteers needed to provide one-on-one mentoring for children facing adversity.  Mentors are ordinary people who decide to be someone’s extraordianary in a life of a child.

Oakwood Learning Academy-501-205-1614 Brianna Kidd

The mission of the Oakwood Learning Academy (O.L.A.) is to promote future college students who are for their city through creative learning, technology, and service.  We function year-round, therefore there are distinct goals for both the summer and the school year.

Hope Inspiring Minds (Brookside Community) -Erin Kingston 501-205-1614

Hope Inspiring Minds (H.I.M.) is an educational initiative for children and adults taht works to enrich lives and minds through Gospel-centered teaching, mentoring, and collaborating with the people of Brookside.  This initiative offers ESL (English as a Second Language) classes, tutoring, and other educational services.  These services provide assistance to community members supporting educational development, increasing community awareness, and getting the community together to learn.

Up Off the Couch-Kids Program -Angie Maguire at 501-581-7571 or maguireangie@live.com

This is a program designed to get kids up and moving after school.  It is aimed a children that come from families that can’t afford typical and currently available after school activities.  The days programs will be based on the abilities of the volunteers be it yoga, dance, martial arts, running track or any other appropriate activity.  Activity time will be from 3:45 pm until 5:00 pm.  From 5:15 pm to 6:00 pm on all days except Wednesday we will also offer tutoring for the kids that need a little extra help.  Location will be one of two per availability.  Option one is Project Restoration Church.  Option two is Greenbrier Eastside Elementary.

 

Ushers for UCA Basketball Games

To see dates and times go to:  http://uca.edu/staffsenate/files/gravity_forms/40-ff5869a174756ea829bc72558c34b8ed/2013/09/2013-2014-Team-Leader-Divvy.pdf

Each year, Staff Senate is tasked with acquiring and equiping volunteers to work as ushers for each home basketball game.  These volunteer positions raise money for Staff Senate to use to benefit as many UCA staff members as possible through Staff Senate sponsored programs.  For more information, contact Vick Parish at 450-5059 or vparish@uca.edu.  If you would be willing to serve the UCA staff by ushering at one or more basketball games, please visit http://uca.edu/staffsenate/volunteer-opportunities/

Each volunteer will receive a free drink and snack, a fun opportunity to serve the UCA community, and comp.time for the upcoming winter break.  In addition, there will be some door prizes up for grabs!  We look forward to serving with you soon!  Go Bears.