The Miracle League is more than just playing a game. It is also about making friends, building self-esteem, and being treated just like everyone else. The Youth Miracle League uses a “Buddy” system – pairing each player with a peer or friend to assist them throughout the game. Each “Buddy” focuses on providing their teammate…

FamiliesFORWARD is always in search of volunteer tutors who would enjoy working one-on-one or in small groups with students. Companies, college students, and others are all welcome to give their time to help students who are struggling to understand reading, math and other learning concepts.

Join Villedge to tutor one of our young people who have asked for support. This is either in a specific subject or as a homework helper each week. You can even pair up with a friend and share the responsibility of showing up each Wednesday (or at least have a backup if you can’t make it).…

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…

To become involved in Girls on the Run and tell the stories of our amazing girls, consider becoming a Mission Adelaide volunteer. As a Mission Adelaide volunteer, you will visit a team at least two times during a season and attend the 5K celebration with your team. You collect stories of the girls and coaches and document…

Community Disaster Educations Presenters are trained Volunteers of the Red Cross, whose role is to educate the public about emergency and disaster preparedness. These presentations usually take place in schools, community events, and other public venues.

Do you enjoy speaking in front of a crowd and sharing healthy skin practices? If so, join us as a School and Youth Programs Educator. Melanoma Know More’s School & Youth Educational Awareness Program is designed to promote MKM’s organizational mission to reduce the impact of melanoma through awareness and educational efforts. The program features…

Whiz Kids is a literacy-based, one-to-one tutoring and mentoring program that has been recognized as a “Best Practice Program” by the Ohio Governor’s office. We work closely with local churches and organizations as they embrace a neighborhood public elementary school, develop relationships with school administrators, and provide tutors for the children. Tutoring sessions typically occur…

The program serves girls ages 2-18 at 15 sites across Greater Cincinnati. Our dancers are from low-income families and sometimes referred from homeless shelters. The program, with a mentoring approach and a focus toward success for each girl, helps youth build character, self-esteem, discipline, and a love of dance.

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,…