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NON-LEGAL VOLUNTEERS

Volunteers assist staff in activities ranging from property maintenance (landscaping, painting, cleaning out gutters, minor repairs) to general clerical (data entry, copying fliers or other educational materials, collating, mailings) to event staffing (registration desk, greeters).

 

Small research projects (non-legal) or other opportunities are also sometimes available.

 

Fundraising campaigns and special events fundraisers also present opportunities for significant non-staff contributions, including fundraising, marketing, photography, videography or other speciialized skills.

 

If you would like to help, please call us at 276-783-8300, ext. 2012. You can also register as a volunteer and view available projects at this link: www.volunteerswva.org/agency/detail/?agency_id=36931.

Debby Loggans, United Way of Southwest Virginia Volunteer Center Manager, center, is joined by fellow volunteers Jonathan Loggans, right, and SVLAS Director of Advancement Daveena Sexton, far left. Each participated in United Way's 2015

Day of Caring, providing a much-needed coat of paint for

the Marion Field Office client waiting area .