Wellesley Volunteers announced the second Wellesley Volunteer Fair. Co-sponsored by the Wellesley Free Library, the Volunteer Fair will take place on Sunday, November 3rd from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. at the Wellesley Free Library at 530 Washington Street. The Volunteer Fair will be organized in a manner similar to a job fair, with multiple municipal and non-profit organizations attending. Interested volunteers will be able to meet with these organizations and learn more about the volunteer opportunities that are available. The first Volunteer Fair, held in October of 2012 drew more than 20 different organizations and over 100 interested volunteers.
Organizations currently scheduled to participate in the Fair include: Wellesley Friendly Aid, Neighbor Brigade, Wellesley Free Library, Wellesley Council on Aging, Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, Springwell, Wellesley Media Corporation, Independent Transportation Network, Metrowest Family Promise , Elizabeth Seton Residence, SOAR 55, and Wellesley ESL. There are still a few slots open for Metrowest-based non-profit or municipal organizations. Interested organizations should contact Megan Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 781-237-1230.
About Wellesley Volunteers
Wellesley Volunteers is an initiative designed to bring together Wellesley residents interested in volunteering with Wellesley charitable and other nonprofit organizations or municipal departments and agencies that need volunteers. By utilizing an external website, Wellesley Volunteers enables these groups to publicize their requirements for volunteers and provides these individuals with a central source at which to find meaningful volunteer opportunities. Wellesley Volunteers was created by a grant from the Fund for Wellesley to promote volunteerism in the town of Wellesley. The grant, prepared by the Wellesley Volunteers Task Force, is being administered by Wellesley Friendly Aid.