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Doing Good Together: Days of Service
Corp Volunteer Council
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Upcoming Events


Days of Service (DOS) are national volunteer days that unite individuals, families, service clubs, businesses, schools, and faith-based organizations in volunteerism throughout the year. Join us for one or more of our DOS events.

MLK Jr. Day of Service (January)

Community members can make their “day off” a “day on” by celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through meaningful service. OneOC will partner with multiple local nonprofits including Orange County United Way, offering volunteer opportunities that address critical community issues.

Earth Day (April)

Earth Day is celebrated around the world, and OneOC observes it with volunteer projects that focus on preserving and beautifying Orange County’s environments. Take an active role in preserving natural habitats and making Orange County a cleaner and greener place to live in.

9/11 Day of Service & Remembrance (September)

In observance of the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, volunteers participate in projects that support our troops, veterans, and disaster preparedness, culminating with signature events that provide a community transformation.

Season of Giving (November - December)

Join us to celebrate a new Season of Giving including live service projects, nonprofit wish lists and a downloadable directory (easy-to-use resource guide) of volunteer opportunities throughout Orange County during the holiday season.

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Retired Senior Volunteer Program - Interest List

OneOC hosts RSVP volunteers in local Orange County nonprofits to ensure that those most in need of education, food security, food delivery and employment receive the help they need most. RSVP volunteers choose where and how often they want to serve, with commitments ranging from a few hours a month to 40 hours per week. Benefits of RSVP: • Personalized Matching — RSVP Orange County has over three decades of experience in matching volunteers with opportunities to meet community needs. We are here to find you the right opportunity for your passions, skills, interests, and your schedule • Volunteer Insurance — excess accident medical coverage while volunteering • Recognition — members are eligible for annual recognition including the Presidential Volunteer Service Awards, special events and more • Community Engagement — newsletters, e-news, website including new opportunities, events, training opportunities and more Hours of Volunteer Service: RSVP volunteers can give 1-40 hours weekly, whatever fits your lifestyle! Weekly time commitment for this position is a minimum of 2 hours, Monday through Friday. Wage: This is a volunteer opportunity. Position: Volunteer with Working Wardrobes in Irvine, CA, Volunteers are needed in the following areas: administration, business development, educational workshops, Veteran outreach, program ambassadors, workforce development, copywriting and shop assistants. Details: • Volunteers will be trained in their roles by Working Wardrobes staff • Volunteers will serve at the Irvine location or at one of the many retail shops located throughout Orange County Eligibility Requirements: To be eligible to participate as an RSVP Volunteer, the candidate must be age 55 or older and complete the RSVP application.

Irvine, CA

Through 3/30/21

Volunteer at Big Oak Canyon

Earthroots is developing a 200-year plan for restoring and stewarding Big Oak Canyon. Volunteers are invited to assist with these efforts. All levels of experience welcome. All volunteers must sign an Earthroots Release Form prior to arrival. All ages are welcome. Ages 12 and under require adult supervision. Ages 12-18 need an adult signature on the release form. Volunteer Day Tasks may include: - clearing non-native plants, trees, and grasses from our 39-acre property - restoring a seasonal wetland habitat - tending the orchard - litter removal - counting animal/plant species - meeting new friends - enjoy spending time in nature - physical outdoor labor - painting a shade structure and signs Groups interested in private volunteer opportunities, please send an inquiry to volunteers@earthrootsfieldschool.org Where: Big Oak Canyon in Silverado Canyon Driving directions will be emailed upon RSVP. Please email volunteers@earthrootsfieldschool to RSVP. What to Bring – gloves (or use ours!) – towel, plastic bag (for your dirty clothes) & clean clothes to change into after work – bandana – water – snacks/lunch What to wear – close-toed shoes – long pants – long sleeved shirt – hat NOTE: – There is poison oak on site growing in some of the areas between the plants where we will be working. Everyone will learn to identify this plant before volunteering. For those brave enough to work near this incredible plant, you may want to wash before heading home. – Ticks are found at Big Oak Canyon seasonally. The California Department of Public Health offers valuable information on all things ticks, including prevention, remove and treatment. – Weeding grassy habitat may startle snakes and other small animals. Close-toed shoes, gloves, and pants are required if you will be weeding. – Children must be accompanied by their parents or responsible adult at all times while on site. – Each participant MUST fill out a Release Form and bring it to the event: http://earthrootsfieldschool.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/2013_Medical_Release_Form-1.pdf RSVP for Driving Directions to Chrisha: volunteers@earthrootsfieldschool.org

Silverado, CA

4/20/19 9:00 AM +more

Food Pantry Volunteer

Radiant Health Centers (Formerly AIDS Services Foundation) is committed to providing quality care, education and advocacy to men, women and children in Orange County affected by HIV disease. We serve more than 1300 Orange County residents living with HIV by providing services such as food pantry, transportation, housing, emergency financial assistance, family programs, mental health counseling, support groups, and HIV education and prevention services. Food Pantry Volunteers are needed to package food items for our clients who are living with HIV/AIDS, low income, and disabled. Other duties include stocking shelves, de-bulking dry foods, calling delivery clients, verifying authorizations, entering data into client track, and maintaining client files. Our food pantry operates Monday through Friday. Although most of our food Pantry volunteers come in once a week to volunteer, the schedule is flexible. A current TB Test (6 months for dermal; 12 months for chest x-ray) is to be on file for all our volunteers. Dress code is casual but closed toe shoes are required.

Irvine, CA

Through 12/31/19

EVC Trainings 2019

The OneOC Emergency Volunteer Center is a program that supports emergency response officials throughout Orange County by engaging and safely deploying spontaneous volunteers to respond to critical needs and/or long term recovery. The devastating nature of disasters finds us at our most compassionate and spontaneous as we look for ways to be involved in disaster response and recovery. Orange County residents have always been moved to support their local communities in times of need, even showing up on the front lines or in places where victims are being treated – which can be ineffective and dangerous at times. To learn more...log onto http://www.oneoc.org/volunteers/disaster-volunteering

Santa Ana, CA

9/12/19 5:00 PM +more