Did you know there are many programs for latchkey kids throughout the state? Call the Information and Referral Center at 487-4716.
For information about listings in the Helping Hand column, call 486-2136.Tutor elementary-school children in math and reading. Flexible times, during school hours.
Help with gifts for Christmas for families of people with AIDS.
Do activities with elderly care center residents, flexible times.
Help disadvantaged women one night a week. Training.
Sort donations of Christmas gifts for distribution. Flexible times.
Make afghans, sweaters, other items. Flexible times.
Help with multicultural program at West High School. Flexible times. Need expertise in math.
Assist bedridden young women for three weeks. Two hours a day, three times a week. Sandy area. Training.
Help West Valley police with public relations. Work with complainants and victims to ensure quality assistance is given. Six-month commitment. Must be over 18. Training.
Record, transcribe and mail minutes of food bank board meeting. Three hours a month. Early morning.
Assist foster parents by being subs for Santa.
Do telephoning, data entry.
Provide education on cancer.
Test preschoolers for glaucoma. Training.
Help during a conference for people with disabilities. Nov. 29 to Dec. 2. Training.
Adult tutors needed to work with children in basic subjects. Bilingual volunteers also needed.
Tutor children in shelter school. Basic subjects.
Deliver mail, help in gift shop at local hospital.
Deliver materials for CPR class. Eight hours a week.
Teach basic English to adults two hours a week. Flexible times. Six month commitment.
Be a monitor on shooting range.
Visit bed-bound woman in Murray area.
Help with evening sports and recreation program for low-income children in housing projects.
Train others to teach literacy. Training begins Nov. 7.
Be a receptionist. Flexible hours.
Help assemble, stamp and seal bulk mail.
Be a victim advocate. West Valley area. Training. Flexible hours.
Facilitate a peer support group meeting. Up to six hours a month.
Help with literacy program.
Help in Department of Human Services. Duties include packaging materials, routing formation, updating training manuals, training.
Tutor/mentor junior high and high school students.
Assist disabled students at Bountiful High. One to three hours a week.
Do basic office work. Up to four hours a week. Training.
Interview, provide information about utility-assistance program. Four hours a week. Training.
Organize news clippings for Salt Lake mayor's office.
Watch newspapers, news reports for stories on divorce.
Do basic office work.
Pick up and deliver Christmas gifts to needy families.
Help train parents to train, teach and support other parents. Training.
Paint the exterior of a building. Paint also needed. Flexible times.
Volunteers needed to tutor adults in English as a Second Language. Training. Two hours a week.
Sew school clothes for children.
Donate art supplies.
Give computer in good working condition.
Provide office space for office of Environmental Education.
Donate coats, in good condition to men and women in alcohol-treatment program.
Give a color television set.
Provide blankets and bedding.
Provide Christmas toys to mentally ill children.
Give copy machine in good working condition.
Donate craft supplies for care-center residents.
Contribute twin or bunk beds for severely ill woman and her four children.