Rochester, NY

Community Wishbook

September 2019 Wish of the Month
 

ROCHESTER'S CHARITY GIVING GUIDE


The agencies listed in the first group below are requesting volunteer Mentors to work with their clients.

Also listed are agencies that have volunteer needs suitable for Teens.
If you can help, please click on the charity's name for more information on the type of volunteer opportunities available. Then email or call their contact person to make arrangements for volunteering.

Mentors
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Rochester 442-242 
Birthright of Rochester, Inc. 385-2100
Bridges for Brain Injury, Inc. 396-0070 x312
Compeer of Livingston County 226-8220
Compeer Rochester, Inc. 546-8280 x214
Girl Scouts of Western New York 239-7984
Oregon Leopold Child Care Center 288-0074
SewGreen @ Rochester 328-2642
Villa of Hope 865-1550 x287
Volunteers of America Upstate New York 402-7204
Youth for Christ, USA (Rochester Chapter) 256-5050
YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County 368-2265

Teen Opportunities
Arc of Genesee Orleans 343-4203 x222
Begin Again Horse Rescue, Inc. 322-2427
The Dirt Road Project, Inc. 748-9185
Fostering Hope NY, Inc. 571-4533
Gates Historical Society 247-5812
Greece Little League 663-7024
House of Mercy 546-2580 x106
Joseph's Place Food Pantry 254-3221 x127
Keller's Kat Rescue Inc. 802-6454
No One Left Behind 721-3211
One Soldier at a Time 764-4550
Rochester Childfirst Network 473-2858 x229
S.O.A.R.S., Inc. 359-2975
SewGreen @ Rochester 328-2642
The South Wedge Food Program 325-4950Volunteers of America Upstate NY 402-7204
Wildlife Educators Coalition, Inc. 259-7112

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