Please contact the Twin County United Way office at (208) 743-6594 to LIVE UNITED by fulfilling one of the volunteer opportunities.
- Boys and Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley is looking for positive adults to volunteer with our youth in any of the following areas:
- Daily (Monday – Friday) from 3:00pm – 6:00pm – need volunteers to hang out with kids, play games, or run a tournament for them at any clubhouse..
- Daily (Monday – Friday) from 3:00pm – 4:30pm – need volunteers for Power Hour (a homework help program) to come help the kids with homework or participate in other educational activities at any clubhouse.
- Clarkston Clubhouse (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30pm – 3:30pm) and Lewiston Clubhouse (Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 4:00pm) - need volunteers to come and cook grilled cheese sandwiches for kids (this is a pre-determined schedule, so we would need to schedule you in)
- We (BGCLCV and New Bridges Community Church) run a Giant Killers program at the Lewiston Clubhouse on Wednesday nights 6:30pm – 8:00pm and are always in need of volunteers.
- **All volunteers fill out and sign a background check and receive a volunteer handbook**
- The Lewis Clark Valley Literacy Council is looking for volunteer tutors to assist adult students (18+) with Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic. They have some students needing basic English as a Second Language assistance before they are skilled enough to join LCSC or WWCC ESL classes.
- Girl Scouts is looking for men or women, 18 or older to work with girls K-12 in a traditional troop setting. Volunteers can also assist with day camp, cookie sales and become a trainer. Volunteer must register as an adult Girl Scout and complete a background check.
- Boys Scouts looking for Scout Leaders, most of the training is online. Also looking for men and women to be merit badge counselors for their profession and/or hobbies. These men & women would counsel Scouts for completion of their merit badges in their specific fields.
- The Idaho Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health is in need of volunteers to help assist with the Support/Education Groups they put together. They are in need of a volunteer to help with child care. They are also looking for volunteers to facilitate the Youth Educational Support Groups. For more information, please call 208.790.3694.
- Community Action Partnership Food Bank is looking for volunteers for the following positions:
- Warehouse Workers -A few hours once a week. Sort donated food, stock shelves, build food boxes from a list provided, take food boxes out to people’s cars.
- Drivers- Once a week or a fill in on a set up route. Starts at 8:00 a.m. and takes around one to three hours depending on donations. Drive agency vehicle and must have drivers record approved. Requires some lifting.
- The Idaho Food Bank is in need of volunteers to repack food drive and bulk food items. Singles or groups welcome.
- LC Valley Circles helps low-income families develop resources, reasons, and relationships to thrive. Community Action Partnership serves as the lead organization for the Circles Initiative. Circles is in need of:
- Volunteers to develop positive relationships with individuals or families and serve as a network to help them reach their goals.
- Volunteers to sponsor/prepare a meal on a Tuesday evening for families attending Circles.
- Snake River Community Clinic is looking for volunteers who could volunteer at least 3 hours (one clinic night) every 3 months or more.
- Valley Meals on Wheels needs driversfor the weekend & on Thursdays to deliver meals. Routes usually take about 1 1/2 hours or less to drive. Driving just one day a month on the weekend would help many seniors and homebound people that need meals. For more information please call 208.799.5767.
- Area Agency on Aging is looking for volunteers to be a "telephone buddy" by offering friendly visiting by making telephone calls once a week to elderly individuals in our community. If the elder has any changes in health, or has a need, the appropriate support can be provided.
- Interlink Volunteers is in need of persons with handyman skills and the tools to accomplish handyman opportunities. Also in need of persons to provide transportation to doctor and other care appointments
- WA-ID Volunteer Center is in need of an Idaho SHIBA (Senior Health Insurance Benefits Advisors) volunteer. Knowledge of Medicaid/Medicare is very helpful.