Buckhannon Volunteer Center
For Interested Organizations:
We are still accepting service sites that need volunteers! If your organization has a project in mind, please let us know. Our contact information can be found at the bottom of the page.
Last year, volunteers pulled weeds at the community garden, did a deep cleaning of the Buckhannon Manor, de-cluttered the Senior Center basement, and more. We had about 100 volunteers last year, and expect even more this year. We would also like to offer various “drive-by” opportunities at Jawbone, such as coupon clipping, making recycled bird houses, care packages, dog toys, teaching hands-only CPR, etc.
If your organization would like to participate but doesn’t necessarily have an opportunity at your office, let me know and we’ll find a project for you to host. These “drive-by” projects would be good for volunteers that are less mobile, killing time during registration and lunch, and providing a cover for any volunteers that finish up early. It would also make a bigger impact!
We’d like for the day’s volunteers to be engaged in an opportunity for 2-3 hours. Tentatively, service opportunities will run from 9 AM – 12:30 PM. Unlike last year, we will not be doing a second shift in the afternoon. We will celebrate with the dedication of the BEST bench at 12:30 p.m., followed by a pizza party at 1:00 p.m.! If you have an opportunity in mind for this day, or want to participate but need an idea, please let us know by calling Gabby or Callie at (304) 472-1651.
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Buckhannon Volunteer Center News:
Volunteer Center Coordinator
Buckhannon City Hall
70 E. Main Street
Buckhannon, WV 26201
(304) 472-1651 ext. 1032
The Buckhannon Volunteer Center is a grant-funded program through Volunteer West Virginia and the Volunteer Generation Fund. The grant funding is a part of the Be Kind, #VolunteerWV initiative, a campaign developed by Volunteer West Virginia to dedicate a year of kindness to West Virginia. The campaign’s goal is simple: to spread kindness and volunteerism across the state.