Volunteer Opportunities


Host Families Needed For International Exchange Students!

Would you like to host a Foreign Exchange Student for the school year?
The following students need host families, they are great exchange students who would love to have a family in NH from August until June .  

 
Eva from the Netherlands, 17 a senior, likes gym, volleyball, drawing, outdoor activities.

Sture (boy) from Sweden, 16 a junior likes ice hockey, skiing, and soccer.

Sebio, boy from the Netherlands, 16 grade 10 likes BMX riding, snowboarding,
scouting, and skateboarding

Victor boy from France 15, grade 10 likes swimming, junior firefighters,
and American football

Kerija, girl from Latvia 17, grade 11, likes photography, theater, and yoga.
Her English is absolutely super


They stay for the school year, take regular subjects, participate in school
activities. Call Ginger Smith, High School Programs Local Coordinator at 397-2494 or email grandmaginger17@gmail.com


• Students will attend local high schools
• Host Families provide a room, meals and a loving home
• Students have their own spending money and full health insurance as well.
• Host Families will be able to get a tax deduction.
• Learn first-hand about another country from a student that has grown up there
• Students are 15-18 years old and from Europe, Asia, Australia and South America.

Students are visiting from other countries including Egypt, Jerusalem, Europe and South America and Asia. Scholarship students are very special because they are chosen for their academic excellence, leadership ability, and social maturity.  Students are chosen quickly. The organization working with the exchange students is: CCI Greenheart  .

Please call Ginger Smith 603-397-2494 or
      email:grandmaginger17@gmail.com with interest and questions very soon.

 


Southern New Hampshire Services
Raymond, NH

Volunteers are needed Monday through Friday between 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Raymond Food Pantry, 55 Prescott Rd., to help stock shelves, pick up donations and related tasks.

If you are interested in helping others in your community, please contact Michelle at 603-474-3507 x 4911.

Click on The Volunteer Program to learn more about other volunteer services.


Wings and Hooves Therapeutic Riding
East Kingston, NH

Wings and Hooves is gearing up for summer! With the onset of Session #6, our ’Horse Buddies’ horsemanship program, and two (2) Summer Camps, June promises to be fun-filled and rewarding to those who volunteer at our farm.

Located in East Kingston, New Hampshire, Wings and Hooves Therapeutic Riding, Inc., a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, aims to enhance the lives of children and adults with physical, emotional and developmental challenges by building confidence through equine-assisted activities and partnerships. We operate year-round and offer both indoor and outdoor therapeutic riding instruction and horsemanship activities.

Have time to share with our horses and students? Enjoy creative projects? Like planning special events? We’d love to hear from you! For more information about the volunteer opportunities at Wings and Hooves Therapeutic Riding, Inc., please call the office at 603-642-3722 or email us at riding@wingsandhooves.org.

Visit us on Facebook and become a fan! Helping others to fly hoof by hoof.


Rockingham County 4-H
113 North Road  Brentwood, NH 03833-6623 

The 4-H Youth Development Program provides a diversity of opportunities for youth and adult volunteers to make a difference in their lives and that of their communities. 4-H in Rockingham County helps young people acquire valuable knowledge and life skills through participation in local, county, state, and national programs. We are flexible in offering many opportunities for youth and family participation, including 4-H Clubs, 4-H Afterschool, 4-H Camp, short-course, summer, and other enrichment programs to foster positive youth development. 

For more information, contact: Rick Alleva , Field Specialist, at rick.alleva@unh.edu or 603-679-5616.

Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM, and 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM. Lunch from 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM.


Lamprey River Watershed Association
43 North River Road, Lee, NH phone: 603-659-8363

The Lamprey River Watershed Association (LRWA) was formed in 1980 to promote the restoration, conservation, wise development and use of the natural resources of the Lamprey River Watershed. Conserving fish and wildlife, forests, soil and water resources along with pollution abatement are key goals of the Association. Through education and research, the LRWA will work to increase the understanding among citizens about the importance of water and land conservation in the watershed.


The Exeter-Squamscott River Local Advisory Committee (ESRLAC) needs you!  If you are interested in river-related advocacy and are a resident of Chester, Fremont, Raymond, Sandown, Danville, Brentwood, East Kingston, Kingston, Kensington, Exeter, Newfields, or Stratham, the Committee needs your ideas.

Established in 1996, ESRLAC is a group of volunteers working on a wide variety of projects related to the Exeter-Squamscott River. 

The Committee meets once a month in Brentwood and is actively involved in public education programs and outreach to local land use boards.  For more information, please contact Theresa Walker of the Rockingham Planning Commission at 778-0885, twalker@rpc-nh.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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