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Help us bring extra smiles to children this holiday season by purchasing gifts for children in the community. All Holiday Hope Chests donated go to our regional nonprofit partners who support youth in the community through their programs and services. This program, coordinated by the Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley, is a great project for large/small groups, clubs, classes, families, and individuals. To participate, go to www.volunteerlv.org/holiday-hope-chests and fill out a 2022 Donor Pledge Form.

Provide general information to staff, volunteers, clients, and the public about the American Red Cross and its programs. The Red Cross Allentown office is seeking a volunteer to help over the next several months to help with light office work and occasional errands. Greet visitors and provide support by answering phones. Requires light computer work. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday. Contact Danielle Dietze, 570-202-7954, danielle.dietze@redcross.org.

A Volunteer Ombudsman is a community neighbor who is specially trained to find answers and resolve simple problems older adults experience in the long-term care system and who enjoy visiting with others, helping to find answers, and have time available to visit residents in Northampton and Lehigh Counties. Required background checks and training provided by Catholic Charities Diocese of Allentown. Contact Bob Olney, 610-435-1541, x327, rolney@allentowndiocese.org.

Do you know basic sign language? The Greater Valley YMCA in Allentown is looking for a volunteer to teach simple, basic sign language to the infants, toddlers, and preschoolers in our program. Spend about 5-10 minutes in each of seven classrooms classroom, one time weekly, between 9-11:30 a.m. Minimum age 16 with adult. Contact Tami Unger, 610-351-9622, ext. 813, tamiunger@gv-ymca.org.

With over 26 trees on display across five historic sites, the Trees of Historic Bethlehem display is a time-honored tradition in Bethlehem! Guides will assist at the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts to lead guests through the museum to see the Trees of Historic Bethlehem exhibit offered from November to early January and will be provided with general information to share with visitors while providing an engaging tour experience for visitors of all ages. Minimum age 16. Contact Charlotte Filiciotto, 610-868-6868, cfiliciotto@historicbethlehem.org.

If you have experience writing grants and a desire to contribute to our work (or know someone who does), we will be happy to hear from you! New Day In-Home Treatment and Support Services is seeking a part-time, volunteer grant writer to help us achieve our mission to empower children, youth, families, individuals, and the elderly. Minimum age 25. Contact Moneefah Jackson, 610-972-0405, mjackson@newdayinhometss.org.

Give back in your own community, welcome patients and visitors, and support offices with various tasks. St. Luke’s University Health Network is seeking volunteers to help us in our Medical Centers throughout the area. Multiple roles and locations are available. Find a Medical Center near you! Minimum age 14. Contact Volunteer Services, 484-526-4600, volunteers@sluhn.org.

Interpreters in a variety of Latino and Middle Eastern dialects would be very helpful to The Whole Life Center food pantry in Easton. Distribution days are the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Volunteers would assist with filling out forms and work with our front desk to help understand and properly meet the needs of the people. Adults only. Contact Donna Lavin, 610-746-6405, donna@wholelifectr.org.

Volunteer Center to receive a brochure listing agencies in need of volunteers at 610-807-0336 or e-mail: vc@volunteerlv.org. Visit our website www.volunteerlv.org for a larger listing of volunteer opportunities.