Volunteers — Interlink Volunteer Caregivers, a nonprofit organization, provides volunteers for elderly, disabled and chronically ill people to assist with non-medical routine tasks so they can remain independent. Volunteers are needed in all eight counties of Magic Valley to help with transportation, light housekeeping and simple home repairs. Volunteers are especially needed for transportation in the Wendell and Gooding area. Volunteers are reimbursed for mileage monthly and covered with excess auto liability insurance. Commitment is flexible with no minimum hours required. Information: Edie, 208-733-6333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers — Habitat for Humanity of the Magic Valley and the ReStore are seeking adult volunteers. Opportunities are available at the ReStore for volunteers to provide general customer service, receiving, coordinate volunteers, fixing items to be sold in the store, drivers needed to pick up donations, and more. Enjoy an hour or spend the day helping. The building sites are running now. Habitat for Humanity has a remodel under way and will begin a full build in June in Jerome; building volunteers and a site coordinator are needed. Information: 208-735-1233 or stop by ReStore or the Habitat office, 669 Eastland Drive S., Twin Falls.
Volunteers — Hospice Visions Inc. is looking for volunteers to spend an hour or two a week visiting and sharing time with patients and their families. Volunteers are also needed to help with crafts and activities with patients at assisted living centers. Information: Nora Wells at Hospice Visions, 208-735-0121 or email@example.com.
Volunteers — Hospice Visions Inc. is looking for men and women to serve as Veteran-to-Veteran volunteers for veteran patients. All ages of veterans from all branches of service are welcome to join Hospice Visions’ volunteer forces as part of the “We Honor Veterans” program. Information: Nora Wells, volunteer coordinator at Hospice Visions, 208-735-0121 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers — St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center has openings for several volunteer positions with opportunities to serve others and meet new people. Some positions needed are: volunteer hand massage, shuttle drivers, Medical Plaza reception area volunteer, Patient Comfort volunteers, Gift Shop volunteers and Mammography Center volunteers. For information or a packet: Kim Patterson or Lora Richardson at 208-814-0862.
Volunteers — The Twin Falls Senior Center needs dining room attendants from 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, to help with dining room set-up, beverage service, clearing tables and general cleanup. Volunteers must be able to stand for an extended period of time. Information: Helen, 208-734-5084.
Volunteers — Community volunteers are needed to become CASA volunteer advocates to represent the best interest of abused children during the court process. Volunteer candidates must pass a background check and receive training and continued support as they speak up and make the difference in the lives of abused children. The program covers all eight counties in south-central Idaho. Information: Tahna Barton, 208-735-1177.
Drivers — The Mini-Cassia Disabled American Veterans Chapter is looking for volunteers to drive the DAV van to take veterans to medical appointments in Twin Falls and Boise. Volunteers do not have to be veterans to drive. Volunteers are required to have a driver’s license, proof of insurance, a background check, and pass a physical. Information: Veterans Service Office, 208-678-3599.
Volunteers — The Jerome County Historical Society is looking for volunteers to help at the Depot Museum and to give tours and help with clean-up in the spring and summer at IFARM. The museum is open for summer hours: 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Information: 208-324-5641.
Volunteers — The Twin Falls County Historical Society is seeking volunteers for various programs and general support. Volunteers are needed to clean or work on docent projects and fundraising. No minimum amount of hours, commitment is flexible. Fill out an application at the Twin Falls County Historical Museum (Union School at Curry), 21337 U.S 30, open noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Information: 208-736-4675.
Class facilitators — Stanton Healthcare Pregnancy Resource Center is looking for special someone to help with the evening pregnancy classes. The Stanton center offers video-based classes and is adding a new class facilitator. The center provides training and offers encouragement to help women through the steps of a healthy pregnancy. Time commitment is two hours per week. Information: Traci at email@example.com or 208-734-7472.