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Community Service

Hearts & Hands

The Newport-Mesa-Irvine Interfaith Council presents our 17th Annual

   Hearts & Hands    

“Hands On” Community Service Day

Saturday, Nov. 18th from 9:00am – 3:00

                                                     801 Dover Drive, Newport Beach

 

 

Our 2017 Theme: WHAT ARE YOU MADE OF? (AND WHO?)

Exploring what makes you unique in mind, body and spirit and why it matters.

 

What is your family history?

The family that came before you tell much about who you are. Sit down with a family research specialist to learn more about them. Bring a downloaded form* complete with all you know to dig deeper.

 

Plus: What does your character say about your desire to serve?

Over15 hands-on projects will be offered to benefit local and worldwide service agencies seeking to relieve pain and suffering wherever it is found. (See list below) Come bring out your best from within!

 

Your training and your blood type can save lives!

CPR Class (9:00 am – 12:00) and Red Cross blood drive will be taking place throughout the event.

To sign up and/or to download the family history form*, go to: www.JustServe.org., 

www.nmiinterfaithcouncil.org or email jaimiemday@gmail.com.

 

 

Current Project List

 

  1. Freedom Pen Project – Use a woodworking lathe to create a fine wooden pen for a deserving hero.
  2. American Family Housing –  Eagle Project #1 –  Assemble 1,000 hygiene kits for homeless veterans.
  3. Project Linus –  Eagle Project #2 -  Assemble100 fleece blankets for disaster victims.
  4. Days for Girls – Sanitary kits so girls in Africa aren’t held back from education.
  5. Mending Kits – Sponsored by Girl Scout Troop 846 for homeless vets and others.
  6. First Aid Kits – Eagle Project #3 For
  7. Dream Books – Distributed by One Global Family to children who need to dream.
  8. Coats and Shoes Collection – Distributed by several worldwide relief agencies to children and adults.
  9. Caps and Scarves – Sponsored by local school students and their families for One Global Family.
  10. Handmade Wooden Toys – For disaster relief agencies worldwide.
  11. Book Sale – Monetary donations to fund LDS Humanitarian Aid disaster relief.
  12. Threads of Love – OC Hospitals care items for high-risk and still-born babies and their parents.
  13. Gratitude Letters – Handwritten letters of thanks to our military. Hosted by Harbor Christian Church.
  14. Adoption Tree – Orange Coast Children’s Home Society gift adoption.
  15. Young Servers Project – For ages 5 – 10

And that’s not all!

 

Red Cross Blood Drive – Let’s restock our local emergency blood supply. We may need it! See below*.

CPR Certification – 9-12:00 - $5.00 processing fee. Limited participation. 1st timers encouraged. See below*.

Book Exchange -

NB Fireman’s Lunch Service - $5 to cover food and supply costs. Charitable donations welcome.

Bake Sale – Please bring your best specialty homemade treats to help fund our service projects. Thank you!

 

*To sign up: visit www.JustServe.org. or see your local H & H representative for hardcopy sign-ups.

 

Students and Scouts earn service credits. So, invite your friends!

 

Peer Court at Back Bay High School

Peer Court is at Back Bay/Monte Vista on Thursday, October 5th, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.  This is a great, fun way to earn community service hours.  Students do not need to sign up in advance, just be at the MPR after school at 2pm on Thursday.  You can see a real court trial on our campus.  You can just watch from the audience or be a juror, bailiff, or translator.  it's REAL court with a REAL judge and REAL kids in trouble with the law.  It usually last from 2:00pm to 4:00pm and snacks will be served.  What a better way to earn anywhere from 5 to 10 hours of community service.  

 

If you are interested please contact Ms. Carreon, Kelly or Mr. Tony at 949-515-6900.

HARBOR CLEANUP EVENT

Volunteer your time this Saturday, September 30th at the Balboa Yacht Club Harbor Clean-up.  Free BBQ for participants, prizes and more.  Registration: 9-9:30am.  Trash Collection from 9:30am to 12:30pm.  BBQ 12:30pm to 2:00pm.  If you are interested in helping please contact Carrie Robertson 949-673-3515. 

 

*** It is important to note, you will need your own dinghy, kayak, paddle board or other vessel to participate.

Provide Peer Mentorship at Harper Clinic

Harper Clinic is an after-school program for students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). We are looking for volunteers to help with our students with social skills. During your volunteer sessions your will be engaging  in our PEERS Curriculum, helping our students practicing social skills, playing games, etc.  Please contact Zineta Pepic at zpepic@nmusd.us or 949-515-5353 for further information

Fall Family Fun Day

Newport Center United Methodist Preschool and earn Community Service Hours
8-11am set up, 11-3pm help run booths, 3-5pm clean up
You will be helping preschoolers, teachers, & families during our fun-filled fall festival
Saturday, October 21, 2017
8am to 5pm
         Newport Center United Methodist Preschool
         1601 Marguerite Ave, Corona Del Mar
                    (949)644-0740
                 
                  To volunteer & earn community service hours
                 please call, text, or email us with your name,
                 email address, phone number, and available hours
Courtenay Foss 949-290-2268
courtenayfoss@gmail.com
Kate Carlton 949-395-5719
kkcarlton@gmail.com
 

ENC

 

Hello!

 

​​​​​​​The ENC Fall Faire is right around the corner and we need your help!

 

1. We are collecting the following for the Fall Faire Craft Crawl:

  • TP tubes
  • bottle caps
  • black buttons
  • corks

 

If you have any of these items, please drop them off at the ENC between now and October 11.

 

2. We are also seeking volunteers to help out at the Faire! If you'd like to volunteer on October 15, please sign up HERE. If you can help us toss pumpkins on October 13, sometime between 9AM and 12PM, please email us!

 

Do you have an open period in your schedule?  Are you looking to earn some community service hours?  If so, sign up to earn an hour and a half of community service working in the counseling office, attendance office or administration. 

Come see Mrs. Miner in the administration building for more information. 

 

Thank you and GO SAILORS

Leaders in Training

 

“Leaders in Training” are amazing high school students that help with Nature Camps! This is a perfect opportunity for volunteers who enjoy working with children, and it provides an excellent experience to include on a resume or college application.  Although it is a volunteer position, applicants must interview to be eligible.   Students, not parents, are responsible for communicating with ENC staff regarding the Leaders in Training opportunity.

 

 

 

 

Winter Camp, WK 1 is December 26 – 29

Winter Camp, WK 2 is January 2-5

Hours: 8:30 - 3:15

 

Mandatory Training for Winter Camp is 12/20/17 from 3-5PM. If you are not available for training, please do not apply to be a Leader in Training for this Camp.

 

Internship Opportunity: Animal Care Intern at the ENC

The ENC is looking for a responsible individual who has a passion for animals to assist in animal care duties. As an intern, you will be responsible for taking care of the numerous animals as well as assisting the full-time staff. Some tasks include, but are not limited to, feeding and handling animals, cleaning enclosures, and providing proper enrichment.

Position: Animal Care Intern (up to 20 hours/week with flexible work schedule) Current need is for weekdays M-F during our open hours from 8 am to 4 pm.

This is a volunteer position, which offers community service hours with school approval.

JOB DUTIES:

  • Ensuring that all animals are properly fed. This involves handing live crickets as well as frozen mice.
  • Setting up and cleaning animal enclosures
  • Modifying and improving current habitats and practices
  • Researching and developing independent projects. Current projects include implementing enrichment procedures

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Highly detail-oriented and organized
  • Dependable and reliable
  • Can think critically and thoughtfully to execute project-based assignment
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing in English.
  • Previous experience with animals recommended.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

 Must have reliable transportation to and from the facility.

APPLICATION AND SELECTION INFORMATION

Resumes may be submitted via email: valerie@encenter.org. For additional information, please call Valerie Bain at (949) 645-8489 ext. 112.  Recruitment is ongoing.   The Environmental Nature Center will review applications. Applicants with the most pertinent experience, education and training may be invited for an interview. The Environmental Nature Center is an equal opportunity employer.

Contact Information

Angela Miner
949-515-6303
aminer@nmusd.us

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