Looking for a place to share your talents and make a difference? The Davie Family YMCA has many opportunities for volunteers to share their passions while positively impacting the lives of people in our community. Fill out an application to share your talents today!
Camp and Before and After School Volunteers
Lead clinics (such as sewing, cooking, sports, book club, painting, etc.) with our Summer Campers; homework help with our After School students. Time Commitment: Varies
Child Watch Assistant
Assist holding babies and participating in activities with the children in Child Watch. Time Commitment: Varies
Assist with outdoor clean up days and special projects around the Y. Time Commitment: Varies
Special Events Assistant
Assist with special events in the community and at the Y, such as Group Exercise Launches, Underwater Easter Egg Hunt, KidsFest, Fall Carnival, Breakfast with Santa, and more. Time Commitment: During scheduled events throughout the year.
Positions include: practice assistants, game day assistants, field assistants (painting lines, etc.), coaches, referees and sports camp assistants. Time Commitment: Times vary based on seasons in the spring, summer, fall, and winter.
Meets members at the door with a smile and “have a great workout;” assists with sharing Y information and making coffee. Time Commitment: Most times available.
Participates in our Annual Giving Campaign sharing the story of the Y. Time Commitment: 5-10 hours, February through beginning of April.
The volunteer opportunities are not limited to those listed above. Please share your talent with us. Feel free to visit the Welcome Center to fill out your volunteer application today. Thank you for your interest in making a difference.
The YMCA Literacy Initiative offers El Nido (“The Nest”), which is a family literacy program that takes place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 8:30 pm at The Ledges Apartments Children’s Center on Anson Street in Winston-Salem (near the intersection of Peters Creek Parkway and Academy Street). El Nido provides book-based activities for children while their parents participate in ESL classes. Volunteers are welcome to help with activities for children or with ESL classes for their parents.
Ellen Gallimore at 336.727.9850 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The YMCA has a long history of bringing parents and children together for life enriching experiences. This history has left a legacy of strengthened relationships and close bonds in many families and communities around the country. The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina has been a part of the Y-Indian Guide/Adventure Guides program for more than 30 years. Adventure Guides currently serves 20 tribes with over 400 participants in Forsyth, Stokes, Davie, Yadkin, and Wilkes Counties. Collectively, these tribes form the Adventure Guides Saura Nation.
The Adventure Guides Program aims to strengthen the bond between fathers and their children through activities that allow them to spend quality time together. Based on strong traditions of the Native American Culture including dignity, patience, endurance, spirituality, concern for the Earth and family values, these programs are tools that will help build memories that will last a lifetime.
Through Adventure Guides, the YMCA provides the following benefits to father and child:
- Foster companionship and understanding and set a foundation for positive, lifelong relationships between father and child
- Build a sense of self-esteem and personal worth
- Expand awareness of body, mind, and spirit
- Provide a framework to meet a mutual need of spending enjoyable, constructive, and quality time together
- Enhance the quality of family time
- Emphasize the vital role parents play in the growth and development of their children
- Offer an important and unique opportunity to develop & enjoy volunteer leadership skills
- Opportunity to meet other families with children the same age
For further information, please contact Amelia Johnson at 336.983.3131 or email at email@example.com.