You can also search for volunteer opportunities online at VolunteerMT.org.

 

Community Organizations:  Have an opportunity you want to see listed here and also to go out on our The HUB e-newsletter email?  Visit the following link to submit your opportunity! Please note that volunteer opportunities will be removed after 6 months. The HUB e-newsletter with service opportunities will be sent the first and third Tuesday of each month.


Please select one of the following:



upcoming volunteer opportunities

 

Middle Creek Montessori School
We are looking for 20 volunteers to help us host our annual Spring Fling Carnival!

We would be extremely appreciative if you would consider helping us out on Saturday May 18thh from 10am to 4pm, running carnival games, selling and collecting tickets, hosting at food and treat kiosks and helping with field games.
It’s a fun and family friendly event that benefits our not for profit school.
Lunch will be provided for you.
Come help us put some smiles on little faces!
Check us out at: www.middlecreekmontessori.org

email Dana at: danabryce@aol.com 

Good job for 6-10 people looking to fulfill community volunteer or service work

We have a short section of the highway we adopted that we clean up twice a year. It takes 2 hours at most. We ask that volunteers get there at 7:50 AM. We provide coffee & donuts, the poker sticks, bags, and safety vests to wear as pairs of people go along the road and pick up any trash.

If you are interested we would really appreciate your help. Email MEMACLEAN@OUTLOOK.COM if interested!

This is a one-time volunteer opportunity with the dates listed to judge ages 8 to 18 on different Communications: predominantly demonstrations, speech. As a volunteer, you’d be on a judging team of 2-3 people. You would be given grading criteria and have the opportunity to evaluate then discuss the scores at the conclusion of each presentation. This link that leads to examples of the different competitions. https://montana.app.box.com/v/4-HCommunicationsResources

Email your interest and which date(s) you are available. kelly.pavlik@barnard-inc.com

Come out and support our Walk MS participants as they raise awareness and much needed funds to help support those living with MS. We have various opportunities available including set-up, rehydrating our walkers on rest stops and route support, registration, food distribution, photographer, and more! Groups as well as individuals are welcome! Choose whichever shift works with your schedule.

Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us and, when you decide to volunteer, you become part of the MS movement. Together, we become a powerful force. Thank you for volunteering!

http://tinyurl.com/WalkMSBozeman2019

This is a project to reduce as much waste as possible during the move out process of the residence halls.
The mission of this project is to collect large residence hall items such as mini refrigerators and microwaves from students moving out of the residence halls, and ultimately redistributing those items to students moving into the residence halls the following semester.

At the end of this spring semester, we will set up collection stations to gather these items from students moving out of the residence halls.

We will need some volunteers to help us with running the collection process, and that's where we were hoping you might be able to help out!
We need some volunteers for the following times.

Move Out Week
10 am to 5 pm Thursday (May 2nd)
10am to 5 pm Friday (May 3rd)
9 am to 1 pm on Saturday (May 4th)

We really only need a handful of volunteers during those times ideally between 4-7 during those hours.

Please email us your name and times you can volunteer during these hours.
Or contact us if you have any questions.

Thanks so much, we are hoping for your support to help reduce what heads to the landfill!

Email sale.msu.res@gmail.com with times you would like to sign up for!

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the 2019 Big Sky Area Spring Games. Please review the volunteer opportunities below and sign up today. You will need to arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled volunteer slot to check in. On Thursday April 25th, volunteer check in will be in the lobby/concession area of the Belgrade Special Event Center (220 Spooner Road). For Wednesday and Friday's events, you will check in at the venue where you will be volunteering. An ID is required to check in. 

Click this link to view the sign up form.

Make someone's day by delivering flowers to Rest Homes in Bozeman! Call Carol at 406-548-1212! 

Family Promise is an interfaith non-profit organization committed to helping homeless families achieve independence.  We provide shelter, meals, and a welcoming friendly environment.  Our church, First Presbyterian, especially needs volunteers to help us with this commitment.  There will be a training Jan. 28 from 7-8pm at First Lutheran Church on 225 So. Black, Bozeman.  This is short notice but if there is any interest in volunteering you can contact me. 

johnjudyharrison@yahoo.com

Posted 1/23/19

 

 

reoccurring volunteer opps

 

Do you like to sort through fun old photos and organize them? We would love your help! The goal is to categorize them by date and topic so we can mail them to a company and get them scanned. Then we can share them electronically for advertising, marketing and fundraising, which means you will be helping more children have fun experiences in the outdoors, learning about science and nature! Please contact Jacque Dunn at info@outdoorscience.org or 406-582-0526

Posted: 10/18

MOSS is in need of a caretaker/custodian to help maintain our office so that it remains clean and tidy.

Ideally we would like a time commitment of 1-2 hours per week, on the same day each week. 1-2 hours per month would also be beneficial.

Responsibilities include vacuuming, dusting, washing dishes, organizing shelves, and cleaning the bathroom. If you are interested in helping with some but not all of these responsibilities, that is ok.

Please contact Jacque Dunn at info@outdoorscience.org or 406-582-0526

Posted 10/18

Make a difference in Your Community 2 or more hours a week! Work with girls in grades K-5 When: Oct – Dec 2018, 1+ days a week Date: Monday, Wednesday or Friday Time: Monday and Wednesday 3:30-5:30 or Friday 2:30-4:30 Help to prepare girls to empower themselves to make the world a better place! Contact: Judy @ judys@gsmw.org or 800-736-5243 x 2305

Peer Partners are currently enrolled MSU students who support LIFE Schoalrs, students with intellectual or develmental disabilities, in both academics and campus engagement. Peer Partners work together with LIFE Scholars to help them succeed in their classes, get involved in the campus community and have a successful college experience. 

Peer Partner Application

Peer Partner Flyer

Posted: 8/15

Habitat Restore helper. We have many fun opportunities! Greet customers, assist with donation processing, sorting and shelving. Organize and straighten various departments (books, lighting, hardware, paint, furniture, etc.). Work in our warehouse and outside yards to stack and store cabinets, doors, windows, and appliances (heavy lifting required). Do you like road trips? We need help with donation pickups and landfill runs. If you like to fix things, why not challenge yourself to to our late model lawn mowers and washing machines? Habitat for Humanity of Gallatin Valley Inc. has built 75 homes in our community since 1991. Our ReStore sells donated items (mostly home improvement related) and uses the money to build decent and affordable homes. We offer a fun and inclusive atmosphere with great discounts and a flexible schedule. Call our ReStore at (406) 388-2851 to speak with Herb or at Habitatbozeman.org On Going, Monday - Saturday 9:00 - 4:00. Various schedules available.

Posted: 8/13

Latenight Bus Attendants ride around with the bus driver on the Latenight Streamline and ensure the safety of the bus for both the passengers and the driver. Bus attendants make sure that no passenger gets too rowdy, that alcohol remains off the bus altogether, and ensures everyone is going to get where they are going. We want to get our passengers safely home and make sure that they are happy on the bus. If the situation arises, an attendant must also make sure to de-escalate a fight or call the police in case of a fight. Essentially, the attendant is the foremost authority on the bus who must ensure that the flow of the bus is not interrupted in anyway. This means being an enforcer, janitor, or just a friend depending on any given situation. Questions? asmsulatenight@montana.edu

Posted: 2/24/17

summer volunteer opportunities

Volunteering to help with set-up, general help during the event and take-down. www.slamfestivals.org/volunteer

Spend one day a week with a Little hiking, whitewater rafting, zip lining, working with horses, raptors and more! Summer Buddies is a free program for Littles in our program but we need one caring adult to be matched with them for the summer to enjoy all the FREE activities we provide. As a volunteer you will have the opportunity to come to all activities for free, build a relationship with a young person that wants a role model in their life. You will need to pass a background check and go through our application process. Please contact us if you're interested.

Please contact us: Kathy Martin kathym@bbbsparkcounty.org 406-222-1930




Submit Your Upcoming Volunteer Opportunity

Have an upcoming volunteer opportunity? Please submit your information and we will include it on this page as well as send out to our Volunteer Reserves listserv. Please note that volunteer opportunities will be removed after 6 months. Please note: Volunteer Reserves emails are only sent the first and third Tuesday of the month.

Visit the following link to submit your opportunity.