HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF TAOS is looking for volunteers to assist at the Habitat ReStore. Unloading and loading donations, pricing items, cleaning and organizing are just some things volunteers may do. Volunteers who compile 35 hours of service will get a 20 percent discount to use at the ReStore. For more information, call (575) 758-7827.
TAOS MOUNTAIN BALLOON RALLY ASSOCIATION (TMBRA) will meet in a different location at 6 p.m. May 9. The meeting will take place at the south Peoples Bank location, 1100 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, in the conference room. At this meeting, Reach for the Sky Scholarship recipients will be announced. Proceeds from the rally fund the annual high school seniors awards. Call (626) 487-8795.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY seeks English-speaking and bilingual volunteers for its Road to Recovery, which provides transportation for cancer patients to and from treatments, and Look Good Feel Better, which helps female cancer patients cope with appearance-related side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatments, programs. For details and to sign up, call (575) 751-8927.
COMMUNITY AGAINST VIOLENCE seeks volunteers for front desk and telephone reception, office work, fundraising, events, landscaping, the CAV Thrift Store and community outreach efforts. Volunteers must fill out an application and pass a background check. Download applications at taoscav.org or stop by 945 Salazar Road, Taos.
HARWOOD VOLUNTEER PROGRAM seeks people to support events, help in the garden, work with children, help with mailings and more. Experiences will be tailored to suit each volunteer's schedule and preferences. Contact Shemai Rodriguez, volunteer manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (575) 758-9826, ext. 109.
HEART OF TAOS, the organization helping homeless and imminently homeless women and their children and pets of Taos County, is seeking volunteers to help with transportation for women. HEART also seeks Smith's gift cards of $25-50 to help with the cost of items not allowed with food stamps, feminine hygiene products, toilet paper, etc. Contact Ama at (575) 776-4245 or visit heartoftaos.org.
HOLY CROSS HOSPITAL AUXILIARY seeks volunteers to serve their community hospital. Adult men and women are needed in the gift shop, day surgery and as patient advocates. Teens are in a variety of hospital functions. Adults, call Marcia Smith, (575) 758-3909, or Judy Rebholtz, 751-1188. Teens, call Lia Romero y Vigil, 779-1884.
HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING with Mt. Home Health Hospice. Visit patients and their families in their homes or at assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. Mt. Home Health Office, 630 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Suite 180, Taos. Free. Call (575) 758-4786, ext. 121.
NONPROFIT CENTER: To start a nonprofit center for those suffering from life crisis or chemical deficiency, Christians called to serve their community can call Dawan at (575) 224-7178 to organize a meeting.
NONVIOLENCE WORKS, INC. seeks committed volunteer mentors who are willing to spend one hour per week with mentee. Mentorship is about creating a genuine, reliable friendship with a young person, and it can truly make a difference in the lives of Taos youth. Call Rosalie O'Rourke or Zach Garcia, (575) 758-4297, or pick up an application at 1337 E. Gusdorf Road, Taos.
PLANNED PETHOOD TAOS seeks volunteers to help with outdoor cat spaying/neutering (S/N), to transport cats to/from Española, help with local feral cat S/N bookings and help loan out provided traps for feral cat S/N. Call or text (575) 613-4110.
READING TO END RACISM seeks individuals to be trained as readers and mentors. See facebook.com/TaosRER or contact Daniel Escalante at (720) 987-8148.
SOMOS, the literary society of Taos, seeks volunteers to help sort, shelf and sell used books Tuesdays-Fridays from 1:30-4 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Potential volunteers should call (575) 758-0081, email email@example.com or stop by 108 Civic Plaza Drive.
STRAY HEARTS VOLUNTEERS: Needed are dog socializers and walkers, cat petters and drivers to transport animals. Call (575) 758-2981.
TAOS THRESHOLD CHOIR is open to new members who love to sing and can communicate kindness with their voice. The choir is a community of women singers who volunteer their voices to bring comfort at an important threshold of life. Members sing a cappella at the bedside of hospice clients. Call Annette, (575) 776-5426, for info on how to join.
THE TAOS CENTER FOR THE ARTS (TCA) seeks volunteers to assist with its arts programming. Call (575) 758-2052.
YOUTH HEARTLINE seeks CASA volunteers, advocates for foster kids. Training in the child welfare system, developmental psychology and legal advocacy provided. Contact Yasmin Haque. Youth Heartline also seeks volunteers for SmART House, which provides year-round arts, literacy and technology activities for children in a low-income neighborhood. Call (575) 758-0106 for more information about both positions.
Send volunteer opportunities to firstname.lastname@example.org.