United Way’s Volunteer Connection listings – Dec. 2nd edition

December 2, 2019 By Sue Alenick, United Way Volunteer Columnist CRITICAL NEED FOR CHILD ADVOCATES IN FRANKLIN COUNTY– Guardian ad Litem Program is recruiting volunteers in Franklin County to make a difference in a child’s life. Guardians visit monthly with the child, collect collateral information to relevant to the important factors and people in the child’s […]

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Burlington Geographic – December 4th

The Greater Burlington Sustainability Education Network (GBSEN) is sponsoring the next Burlington Geographic presentation at the Main Street Landing Film House on Wednesday, December 4th from 7-9 PM. The title of the presentation is Human Health and the Environment in Burlington Through Time. The event is free and open to the public — so feel free to spread the word! […]

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Volunteer Connection Listings – Holiday Edition Inbox

2019 Holiday Giving & Volunteering Opportunities United Way of Northwest Vermont’s mobile-friendly Volunteer Connection search platform connects you to hundreds of volunteer needs with local nonprofits. Go to https://unitedwaynwvt.galaxydigital.com/ or contact us at megan@unitedwaynwvt.org or 860-1677 to find more needs. HOLIDAY GIVING    KidSafe Collaborative is again coordinating with the Department for Children and Families to get gift cards for kids […]

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COTS Annual Meeting and Volunteer Opportunities

COTS: November 2019 Volunteer Appreciation; Phonathon; Tree Sale Buy a tree; plant at tree at this year’s City Market Tree Sale In conjunction with City Market’s Annual Tree Sale and December’s Rally for Change, COTS and the Intervale Center are teaming up on #GivingTuesday. When you give a gift to both COTS and the Intervale Center on #Giving Tuesday (Dec. […]

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Looking for extra paid time this January? CSWD is looking for special project help

Here are the details for the MRF Plastics Sort which pays $15/hr. Date                                  Time                                                 Location 1/27/20                            9:00 am-3:00 pm                           860 Redmond Rd, Williston 1/28/20                            9:00 am-3:00 pm                       860 Redmond Rd, Williston 1/29/20                            2:00 pm- 8:00 pm                          860 Redmond Rd, Williston 1/30/20 (if needed)        2:00 pm- 8:00 pm                         860 Redmond Rd, […]

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Champlain Students Reflect on recent Student Sustainability Leaders Symposium

On November 10, 2019, a vanload of Champlain College students traveled to Boston College’s retreat center to participate in the 2019 Student Sustainability Leaders Symposium. Members of our team presented on their recent experience with Project Green Challenge as an effective engagement tool. Here are a few of their reflections: MATT VILLA ’22 Game Production Management What prompted me […]

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350VT Spring Internships

350VT has openings for two climate justice organizing internships for the spring 2020 semester, open to students in the Burlington area: Fundraising & Operations, and Mobilization & Trainings. Learn more and apply here by 9 A.M. on Monday, Dec. 2. Please share with anyone you know who might be interested, or your list/newsletter! Questions? Reply to this […]

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United Way’s Volunteer Connection listings – Nov. 18 edition

November 18, 2019 By Sue Alenick, United Way Volunteer Columnist PHONATHON – COTS is gearing up for its Phonathon 2019 and is recruiting volunteers to serve as callers and in the mailroom. Join the fun any evening from December 2nd through 11th, from 5:30-8 p.m. Dinner is served at 5 p.m., and there is a brief orientation. […]

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Vermont Climate Solutions Caucus open meeting – December 3

Please Come to a Climate Meeting MARY SULLIVAN, MARYSULLBTV@GMAIL.COM, STATE REPRESENTATIVE, CHITTENDEN-6-5 Concerned about the climate crisis? Want to see Vermont do its part to combat it while creating jobs, helping you save money, and protecting public health? If so, the Vermont Climate Solutions Caucus of the Legislature, which I recently co-chaired and remain very active […]

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