Location: Eunice & West J. Library B36
Junior Volunteer Program
A summer program is offered for students ages 14 and above who have completed the eighth grade. Junior volunteers accepted into the program must have parental permission, must provide a copy of their current immunization record and are required to have a TB skin test. Junior volunteers are asked to wear a uniform while on duty so that patients, staff members and other volunteers can easily identify them. The uniform consists of a polo shirt, which is provided by the hospital auxiliary, long khaki pants and white tennis shoes. Junior volunteers report to Tammy Patterson, gift shop manager. For more information, call 817-250-3019 or visit TexasHealth.org.
Volunteer at the Tarrant Area Food Bank!
You can do much more than just pack food, look into it today!! Volunteer Coordinator JoAnn Biggers 817-332-9177, ext 109 or visit TAFB.org.
The Library is in a constant need for volunteers, there are numerous activities in which you can help. Go to their website and/or visit your nearest library today!! 817-871-7703 (office) or visit FortWorthGov.org.
Contact an Elementary or Middle School and ask if they need volunteers.
Contact an Animal Shelter or Animal Clinic and ask if they need volunteers.
Are you 18 years or older? Volunteer for the Humane Society of North Texas!! Volunteers are asked to work at least four hours per month in the shelter or at offsite events. The volunteer enrollment fee is just $25 per volunteer. If you are not 18, you can conduct a Donations Drive for the Humane Society of North Texas in your school for money, or items on their Wish List. Visit the website.
AND ...don’t forget to record your service hours. Go to the FWISD Website to print a form.