You're invited to make an impact in Harnett County by serving as a volunteer. Opportunities are available for individual citizens and community groups. For additional volunteer opportunities, check out VolunteerMatch.
Individuals can assist with our rescued animals at the Animal Shelter. Typical duties include: gretting and assisting the public with adoptable pets, socializing with the animals, and keeping the kennels clean. To view the volunteer policies, requirements, and application, click here. For more information, email email@example.com.
Elderly Nutrition Program
The Harnett County Division on Aging offers an opportunity for individuals to deliver meals to our elderly homebound citizens. For more information on this program, visit: http://www.harnett.org/aging/elderly-nutrition-program.asp. To sign up as a volunteer, contact Debby Vaughn at 910-814-6072 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harnett County Partnership for Children
HCPC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, public/private organization designed to provide programs and services for young children ages birth to five and their families in Harnett County. INdividuals interested in volunteering can assist with events and program promotions. For more information regarding volunteering, contact Janine Bogwicz, Community Outreach Coordinator, at 910-893-2344 or Janine.Bogwicz@harnettsmartstart.org.
Transitions Life Care
Are you interested in becoming a Family Support Volunteer? As a Family Support Volunteer, you can offer a variety of services to patients ad their families. The different roles include vigil volunteer, pet therapy, music & memory, transportation/deliveries/meals, and handcrafts/miscellaneous tasks. To learn more about each volunteer opportunity, visit https://transitionslifecare.org/volunteer/opportunities/. To sign up as a volunteer contact Paige White at 919-719-6832 or email@example.com.
Mid-Carolina Area Agency on Aging
The Mid-Carolina Area Agency on Agining is looking for an individual volunteer to represent Harnett County on their Regional Aging Advisory Council (AAC). The individual must be age 16 or better and have an interest and concern for the aging population. The purpose of the regional AAC is to assist the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) staff to provide direction for programming and services for the population aged 60+ in Region M (Cumberland, Harnett & Sampson Counties). They will be expected to attend quarterly meetings, advise AAA on matters relating to our area plan, to review and comment on community policies, programs and actions which affect older persons. Meetings are generally held the first Tuesday of March, June, September and December at 2 PM. Any interested individuals can contact Tracy Honeycutt at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 910-323-4191 ext. 27.