The City of Wyandotte has many community volunteer opportunities in which citizens can become involved. If you would like your volunteer opportunity to be listed, please submit your information to firstname.lastname@example.org . In order to be considered for publication, your organization must be a non-profit organization based in the City of Wyandotte, or directly benefit the citizens of Wyandotte.
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital is looking for volunteers to volunteer in our beautiful Gift Shop, Surgical Lounge, Emergency Room (must be 18 or older), Information Desk, Nursing Units and Library Book cart. Volunteers at Wyandotte are required to commit to one 4 hour shift per week. Please contact Tina Strait, Coordinator at 734-246-6053 or apply online here
Alliance of Downriver Watersheds
Volunteer this spring and summer to collect samples from the waterways that flow to the Detroit and Huron rivers and Lake Erie. Get outside, meet new people, learn about and help protect our home waters, and collect vital information for Michigan’s premier volunteer water quality monitoring program. No prior experience necessary.
The American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy and service.
ACS offers a variety of free programs, services and information to cancer patients as well as the general public. For cancer information, please contact our 24 hour patient resource center at 1-800-ACS-2342 or by visiting www.cancer.org.
To become a local American Cancer Society volunteer, to find our more information about our signature Relay For Life of Wyandotte or to learn about how to fight back against cancer, please contact Community Representative at Jordan.Brodehl@cancer.org or cell: 734.812.7519 and work: 248.663.3418
Friends of the Bacon Memorial Library
Volunteers are needed perform various tasks in the library including book delivery, host events, etc. For more information about Friends of the Bacon Library, or becoming a volunteer, you may call the Bacon Memorial Library at 734-246-8357 or visit the library website at www.baconlibrary.org
Hospice of Michigan
Hospice of Michigan is a nonprofit hospice, and we work to ensure quality of life, comfort, and peace for our patients, and provide support for their loved ones during their end-of-life experience. We serve patients wherever they call home.
We are working to build a group of volunteers in the Downriver area who are interested in visiting with patients in their homes, senior living communities, group homes, or hospitals. Visiting with a hospice patient could mean reading to them, watching TV, talking with them and sharing stories, playing music, visiting with your pet, or something unique to the patient's and your interests. The impact that you can make to assist in reducing stress for both the patient and the family can be huge, and the impact on you can be huge too.
We ask volunteers to commit to volunteer for at least one year, and 4 times/per year. Our schedule is flexible, around your availability. Volunteers must be 18 or older to visit patients, and must undergo a background check, fingerprinting, TB testing, and attend an orientation class. Apply online here.
P.A.W.S. (Precious Animal Welfare Society) of Michigan is a 501 (c) (3), all-volunteer group that promotes the humane, compassionate, and responsible treatment of all animals. It is our mission to protect and care for homeless animals by placing them with loving foster families until compatible permanent homes can be found, and to engage in benevolent and charitable activities to support this goal. We are dedicated to lowering the number of animals needlessly euthanized each year in our community by promoting the spaying and neutering of all companion animals and in educating the public on the importance of responsible animal guardianship. Working in alliance with other rescue groups and animal welfare agencies we seek to develop a network of like-minded individuals who strive to eliminate animal suffering and create an animal-friendly community.
All of the animals in our program have received age-appropriate vaccines, and are surgically sterilized prior to adoption. All cats/kittens are tested for feline leukemia and FIV, and dogs are tested for heartworm if they are old enough. The adoption fees for our animals help defray the cost of these, as well as any other required, veterinary services.
Volunteer assistance and foster homes, as well as tax-deductible donations of cash and supplies, are always needed and gratefully accepted.
P.A.W.S. of Michigan
P. O. Box 2184
Riverview, Michigan 48193
Contact us - email@example.com
WAG Animal Rescue
WAG is an all-volunteer, non-profit (501c3), domestic companion animal rescue organization dedicated to placing homeless dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens in permanent, loving, responsible homes. Because we do not have a shelter facility, WAG is dependent on select foster care providers to accommodate the needs of homeless animals until permanent placement is found. These very special volunteers are responsible for providing love and attention, as well as transporting the animals in their care to veterinary appointments and adopt-a-pet events. WAG pays for all necessary veterinary care, working directly with several local veterinary clinics. WAG is always in need of additional responsible foster care providers. For more information about becoming a volunteer you may call 734-782-5768 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wyandotte Animal Pound
The Wyandotte Animal Pound is always looking for volunteers to assist with cleaning, photography, medicating, vaccinating, dog walking, and adoption events. For further details you may call 734-324-4445 and leave a message. If you prefer, you are welcome to stop in the pound during adoption hours to meet some of our friendly volunteers, adoptable animals and complete a volunteer information form. For more information, you may visit our website.
Wyandotte Beautification Commission
Volunteers are needed to work at our twice-yearly Dig in Events or Community Garden Work Days. Our corps of volunteers plants thousands of annuals every year throughout our beautiful downtown area. Families, children, groups & organizations are all welcome. For more information on our Dig Ins, you may visit the Beautification webpage.
Families, children, groups & organizations are all welcome to the Community Garden Work Days. For more information on our Community Garden Work Days, you may visit the Beautification webpage.
Wyandotte Meals on Wheels Program
The Wyandotte Meals on Wheel Program is in need of Volunteer Drivers Monday through Friday during the morning. Only a 1½ hours per day is necessary to deliver meals to the shut-ins. Mileage is paid.
Call Angie Benson 8:00 am – 1:00 pm at 734-324-7279 to schedule your delivery date.
Volunteers are all needed for archive assistance, collections management assistance, tour guides, event staff, cleaning, yard maintenance, painting and carpentry are needed the Wyandotte Museums Campus. For a more comprehensive description of these volunteer duties, you may call the museum at 734-324-7284 or visit the Wyandotte Museums website.
Wyandotte Youth Assistance
The Wyandotte Youth Assistance Program is a community based program sponsored by the City of Wyandotte with some additional funding through Wayne County Department of Child and Family Services, and local community organizations' contributions. This juvenile diversion program serves not just as an intervention for youth ages 7-16, but also as a prevention program. The Wyandotte Youth Assistance is always looking for volunteers to mentor our children. If you are someone you know is willing to make a commitment to the program by sharing an hour or so of your time once a week for a period of six weeks. You must be at least 21 years of age or older with a good driving record. All mentors must meet screening requirements and qualifications, and will be trained at no cost. A few hours a week could make a tremendous difference in the life of a child. Please contact the Youth Assistance Office to apply. Wyandotte Youth Assistance, 2015 Biddle Avenue, Wyandotte, Michigan 48192, 734-324-7268.