Agency for New Americans A private, non-profit refugee resettlement agency in Boise, Idaho whose mission is to help refugees achieve self-sufficiency in their new lives by providing the skills, education, and support necessary during their resettlement period. ANA depends heavily on a broad base of community support through volunteers to provide general transportation, donation pick up, administrative support, mentoring, English tutoring, employment support, fundraising and marketing.
If you feel that you would be a great volunteer for the program or would like further information about how you can help, please visit our website and fill out our volunteer interest form: http://www.anaidaho.org/volunteer.html Contact: Mark Homco 208-338-0033 ext. 0161 or
Foster Grandparent Program of the Treasure ValleyWhen you share your love, time and experience, you have the power to help a child who needs you. Individuals age 55+ volunteer as role models, mentors and tutors in schools and education non-profits. Small, non-taxable stipend is available for those who meet income requirements.CONTACT: Lisa Underwood 208-336-5533 ext. 4284
Global Talent Global Talent works with college-educated immigrants and refugees who are building their professional careers in the U.S. Global Talent works in all areas of career building from resume development, informational interviewing, job coaching, mentoring, internship placement, and network building. In order to succeed in our aims, we enlist the help and support of volunteers. These volunteers play a meaningful role in our program by sharing knowledge of U.S. workplace culture, industry insight, and best practices.
If you feel that you would be a great volunteer for the program or would like further information about how you can help, please visit our website and fill out our volunteer application: https://glotalent.org/get-involved/volunteer/. Whether you have a few hours a year or several hours a week to offer, our program will benefit from your expertise and guidance.
CONTACT: Jose Martinez 208-336-5533 ext 4253
Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline A statewide resource for persons at risk of suicide and their families and loved ones. We train volunteer crisis phone responders for our Boise phone room while committing to a weekly shift for one year of service. CONTACT: 208-258-6992
Legacy Corps Volunteer-powered caregiver support by and for veterans and military families. Stipended volunteers commit to one year of service as part of an elite team of AmeriCorps volunteers, providing companionship and support to military family caregivers.CONTACT: Lisa Underwood 208-947-4284
Economic Opportunity At EO, we specialize in providing the support needed to launch and grow local businesses. Through our loan funds, one-on-one consulting, and business plan training classes – we equip entrepreneurs from every walk of life with the tools needed to successfully launch and grow a business in southwest Idaho. CONTACT: Kate Nelson 208-336-5533 ext 4261
English Language Center At The English Language Center, we believe that language is power. For decades, we have provided English acquisition classes for adult Refugees in the Treasure Valley. Our volunteers play a huge role in helping Refugees gain the skills they need to thrive in their new home. We’re looking for dedicated, enthusiastic volunteers to help as classroom, computer lab, conversation lab, and/or administrative assistants on a weekly basis; as well as special event and transportation volunteers to help out when the need arises.
For more information on volunteering, please email: email@example.com and visit our website: http://www.elcboise.org