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Many places and ways to volunteer

Here are some ways to share your time and talents with others provided by the 2-1-1 Information and Referral, 3150 S. 900 West. For more information, go to

Heart Change Ministries — The charity needs a volunteer handyman, organizer for kitchen, mentors, lunch workers and people who like working with children.

Maliheh Free Clinic — Volunteer interpreters are needed. Volunteers should have adequate understanding of both English and the language for which they're interpreting. Volunteers must understand medical terminology in both languages and be at least 18 years of age.

Catholic Community Services — Ongoing food-pantry volunteers are needed to assemble food boxes, sort and organize food and other duties. May have to lift up to 40 pounds.

Camp Hobe — For young cancer patients and their siblings. Volunteers needed for summer camp: June 13-18 (campers ages 6-12), June 20-25 (campers ages 12-19), and June 20-22 (campers ages 4-7). Positions include counselors, activity leaders, cooks, medical staff and lifeguards.

The American Diabetes Association — Help needed at Diabetes Expo, a health fair on Feb. 27 at South Towne Exposition Center. Lunch and an event T-shirt provided.

The English Skills Learning Center — Volunteers are needed in the Humanitarian Center to teach adult immigrants and refugees from 10 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday. Training will be provided.

U.S. Dream Academy — After-school mentors and tutors are needed for third- to seventh-graders who have a parent who has been incarcerated, 3-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 1-6 p.m. Friday. Volunteers are needed one hour per week and must pass a background check.

The Utah Domestic Violence Council — Looking for office volunteer approximately 10-15 hours a week to assist with answering phones, general filing, maintaining the reference library, material distribution and other general office assistance.

Salt Lake County Aging Services Ombudsman Program — Serve vulnerable individuals living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities through visiting and advocacy.