A steward is essentially the caretaker of the Little Free Library (LFL). This person promotes the library and makes sure it is clean, inviting and fully stocked. Stewards must be 18 years of age or older, and have regular access to the library’s location. Stewards of libraries are asked to: 1. Participate in media coverage…

As a volunteer with YouthBuild of Northern Kentucky, and depending on what volunteer position you are interested in (mentor, academic tutor group facilitator, or Construction Skills aide), you take some time to get to know the participants and staff, job-shadow the staff and other volunteers, build relationships with the participants, and then start to volunteer…

Do you want to change lives, change your outlook and make a difference by giving back to others? More than 1,000 volunteers share their hands, hearts and talents with Stepping Stones every year! As a volunteer in our Young Adult Club, you support this fun, social program to help teens and young adults with activities like…

Community Grandparents exists to connect younger parents with older mentors to help parents meet life’s challenges. The goal of the program is to foster a new positive relationship with families while providing mentors with an opportunity to build meaningful and lasting relationships with our community. Grandparents are paired one-on-one with a mentee to form a…

City Gospel Mission comes alongside under-resourced and first-generation college students who are the proud recipients of the Cincinnati Christian University Urban Scholars scholarship award. Before their first semester of college, scholarship recipients attend our 6-week college prep course that covers such topics as campus life, college writing, study skills, leadership, intercultural communication and time management.…

Our sports, recreation and performing arts initiatives for kids may all seem very different, but they have a few important things in common: they teach kids the love of God and help them become healthy, caring individuals. Whether a teen is cycling with us to Niagara Falls or playing in one of our basketball leagues,…

The greatest need for volunteers is to help with the residents during the weekday evening hours (6-8 p.m.) and Saturday and Sunday for planned outings. The ranges of activities/services volunteers can provide for the residential area are: being a friendly visitor (reading, talking, etc.), lending assistance with outings (volunteer pays their way but most always at…

Jill began volunteering at ProKids as a CASA Volunteer in 2010 because, she said, “I could no longer look away.” “I knew that we had a challenge in our community and I’ve been privileged to serve nine different children since I began as a CASA Volunteer,” Jill says. “I do it because I can give…

Each year our mentoring program grows and we need more volunteers to act as mentors. Mentors meet with students in small groups of 1- 3 students, for one hour each week. Currently, our program meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings – so mentors have a choice of which evening works for them. Mentors have in-depth…

A mentor is a caring, responsible, adult volunteer who serves as a trusted friend and guide to our youth by developing a supportive relationship with them.  As a mentor, you help to ensure that your mentee develops important academic and life skills, is exposed to new opportunities and a wide array of resources, makes positive…