Volunteers Needed- “Getting Out the Vote”
Contact Rich Maxwell, (501-247-5979), email@example.com
Early voting has started, with two weeks till election November 4th. We need help with “Getting Out the Vote”.
Volunteer opportunities with Faulkner County Republican Party:
Phone Banks-Talking to register voters, with about a one minute message/question about candidates and early voting.
Door Knocking-Talk to register voters on early voting, our candidates and importance of voting this year. About a one to three minute pre contact.
Become part of what makes our country great. Free Elections and Voting.
For more information on how to volunteer, please contact Rich Maxwell, (501-247-5979), firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wall That Heals
To volunteer with this effort, please visit our website at uca.edu/outreach/wall.
In commemoration of Veterans Day, the Wall that Heals will come to the University
of Central Arkansas campus on Thursday, October 30.
The Wall that Heals is a traveling Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Museum that allows Americans the opportunity to honor those who served their country during the Vietnam War. This exhibition features a 250-foot replica of the original Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Since its inception in 1996, over two million people have visited the traveling exhibit. It has made stops in nearly 250 U.S. locales in addition to an April 1999 tour of the Four Provinces of Ireland and a visit to Canada in 2005. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial honors the more than three million Americans who served with the U.S. Armed Forces in the Vietnam War. It is the most visited memorial in Washington, D.C., with over four million visitors each year. Its black granite walls bear the names of the more than 58,000 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam.
To volunteer with this effort, please visit our website at uca.edu/outreach/wall. Thanks in advance for your service!
City of Conway’s “The Big Event 2014”
Join Volunteer Conway in the 4th annual, city-wide volunteer event, “The Big Event”! During this 2-day event, you can participate in one of the many volunteer opportunities throughout the city; including projects in local non-profits, schools, and downtown. It’s a great way to get involved and give back to the community – keeping Conway awesome!
There are many projects you can help out with: Traveling Vietnam Veterans Memorial; Beaverfork Lake Project; City of Hope Outreach; Courthouse Daffodil Planting; Downtown Garland Hanging; Hendrix Village Preserve Clean-up; Robinson Cemetery and so much more.
You can find more information on all of the projects and to register as a volunteer go to
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 email@example.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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.