To help faculty, staff, students, and alumni easily access volunteer opportunities,Durham Tech coordinates at least two volunteer events each month. Keep in mind that area non-profits have continual needs for volunteers beyond these special events. Don’t be shy about contacting them directly!
View the list of non-profit agencies in our community.
|Community Partner||Location||Types of Service||Contact||Events|
|Briggs Avenue Community Garden||Briggs Ave. between E. Lawson St. and Riddle Rd.||Gardeningemail@example.com|| Saturday, April 27, 9 a.m. - noon
Friday, May 3, 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.
|If you are coming from campus, turn right at the intersection of Lawson and Briggs. The garden is across from East Coast Metal Distributors.|
|Campus Harvest Food Pantry||Phillips Building, Room 310A||Processing donations, stocking shelves, sorting firstname.lastname@example.org||Monday, Thursday, and Friday mornings. 10 a.m. - noon
|Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC – Durham Branch||708 Gilbert Street Durham, NC 27701||Sorting and packaging items in the email@example.com||Saturday, May 4
9 a.m. – noon
|R.N. Harris Elementary School||1520 Cooper Street (Beside the Newton Building)||Tutoring – Acute Need in Math and Sciencefirstname.lastname@example.org||Tutoring|
|Community Partner||Types of Service||Contact|
|Museum of Durham History||Writing “This Week in Durham History” posts or contributing “Where in Durham?” photographs for guessing game on Facebookemail@example.com.
Volunteers will be provided a template and a resource list for posts
|Project Linus||Creating firstname.lastname@example.org, Carol Marcus, Sue Cheng, or Kathy Zarilla|
|R.N. Harris Elementary School||Collecting Boxtops, Labels for Education, and Coke Rewardsemail@example.com|