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Local Volunteer Organizations
Below is a list of suggested volunteer organizations that some TCA students have been a part of in the past. This is by no means a complete list of all the possible places TCA students can acquire volunteer hours.
Please note that TCA has no affiliation with any of these organizations and we do not claim any responsibility or liability for student experiences there.
Reading Partners: https://readingpartners.org/
East Side Elders: https://eastsideelders.org/volunteer/
Food Shelf or After School Programs at Keystone Community Services https://keystoneservices.org/volunteer/individuals/
Merrick Community Services – Food Shelf volunteer https://merrickcs.org/individual/
Neighborhood House has a location on the East Side http://neighb.org/support/volunteer/
Prepare and Prosper – Intake Specialist – tax preparation and financial planning https://prepareandprosper.org/volunteer/
Sun Ray or Dayton’s Bluff library https://sppl.org/volunteer/
Tutor younger students at the Y: https://www.ywcaofstpaul.org/about/volunteer/
Tutor younger students at the East Side Learning Center: http://www.eastsidelearningcenter.org/
Urban Roots http://urbanrootsmn.org/volunteer/ – mainly summer but may have some winter program opportunities.
Volunteer Match www.volunteermatch.org – good to find volunteer opportunities
Also your student can reach out to teachers to see if they have anything in the classroom students can do after/before school to complete volunteer hours.