VolunteerMiami

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Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
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Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to to prepare produce bags for pull up pantries and school feeding programs. 9:30 AM - 1 PM
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)

Weekday mornings

Weekday afternoons

Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
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Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
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Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
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Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
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Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
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Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to to prepare produce bags for pull up pantries and school feeding programs. 9:30 AM - 1 PM
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)

Weekday mornings

Weekday afternoons

Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

8 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

9 
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to to prepare produce bags for pull up pantries and school feeding programs. 9:30 AM - 1 PM
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)

Weekday mornings

Weekday afternoons

Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
10 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

11 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
12 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
13 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
14 
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to to prepare produce bags for pull up pantries and school feeding programs. 9:30 AM - 1 PM
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)

Weekday mornings

Weekday afternoons

Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

15 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

16 
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to to prepare produce bags for pull up pantries and school feeding programs. 9:30 AM - 1 PM
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)

Weekday mornings

Weekday afternoons

Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
17 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

18 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
19 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
20 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
21 
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to to prepare produce bags for pull up pantries and school feeding programs. 9:30 AM - 1 PM
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)

Weekday mornings

Weekday afternoons

Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

22 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

23 
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to to prepare produce bags for pull up pantries and school feeding programs. 9:30 AM - 1 PM
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)

Weekday mornings

Weekday afternoons

Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
24 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

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Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
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Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
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Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
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Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to to prepare produce bags for pull up pantries and school feeding programs. 9:30 AM - 1 PM
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)

Weekday mornings

Weekday afternoons

Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

29 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

30 
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Filling Fridges with Health in the Hood
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. Health in the Hood connects communities to health and wellness, providing education, physical fitness classes and healthy eating opportunities for children and families in neighborhoods across Miami. Health in the Hood launched their emergency food relief program, Filling Fridges, to respond to the immediate need for food for displaced students and families. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to to prepare produce bags for pull up pantries and school feeding programs. 9:30 AM - 1 PM
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)

Weekday mornings

Weekday afternoons

Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
31 
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
Let's Read | Online Storytelling
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, let's work together to build a #StrongerMiami by supporting our students who are not in school. School closures impact programs that support mentorship, early literacy and social-emotional development, like ReadingPals. Studies show that children with mentors are more confident and have fewer behavioral problems.Early intervention and individualized attention gives students the best likelihood of success. In lieu of a one-on-one reading opportunity, we are calling all volunteers to share their passion of reading with any child in our community. Pick up your favorite book and don't be camera shy. Your video will be shared with over 500 low-income families from United Way's Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership.
United Way of Miami-Dade (22699)
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Pack Grocery Bags for M-DCPS Families
Currently, we have a need for volunteers to respond to the impacts and community implications of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Note that United Way of Miami-Dade continues to closely monitor and evaluate the situation to ensure we are taking necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing of our volunteers. We will update you regarding the status of this volunteer opportunity should anything change. In partnership with Farm Share and Key Biscayne Community Foundation, Miami-Dade County Public School communities have been identified to receive fresh grocery bags. The selection process was contingent upon addressing the most vulnerable areas, and bags will be delivered to school staff before meal distributions. Volunteers in good health, who have not been in contact with individuals showing signs of illness related to COVID-19, are needed to unload produce from a truck and pack into grocery bags. If you have previously volunteered, please note the change in location. Shifts available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (1644)

Weekday mornings

 
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