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Volunteer Agreement Form
Why volunteer? Volunteers play an integral role in the community. Volunteers affect community relations, growth, and overall well-being. Volunteering goes beyond helping the population on the military bases in Okinawa, you can help build bridges with
our host nation through volunteerism. This will also give insight into different cultures in a meaningful way.
Where do I volunteer? There are several ways you can find volunteer opportunities in Okinawa, you can join our email list, call us at 645-3749 or 098-970-3749, email at
VolunteerNow@Okinawa.USMC-MCCS.org, or set up an appointment with our Volunteer Program Coordinator to identify specific opportunities.
Why volunteer? What’s in it for me? People volunteer for a wide variety of reasons, especially wanting to help others. But it's also okay to want some benefits for yourself from volunteering. The best volunteering does involve the desire to serve others, but this does not exclude other
motivations, as well. If you are currently a volunteer or are interested in becoming a volunteer, there are many benefits you can receive from volunteering. After all, many programs would not be able to function without YOU!
Here are a few benefits that you can gain from volunteering:
Request Volunteer Brief
Marine & Family Programs
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
MCB Camp S.D. Butler Unit 35023
Attn: MCCS Volunteer Program
FPO, AP 96378-5023
Request to join our weekly email: VolunteerNow@Okinawa.USMC-MCCS.org
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Questions? Contact the Installation Volunteer Program Coordinator at
645-3749 or 098-970-3749 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Click to register for 2020 President's Volunteer Service Award
Volunteering looks different in a
world that requires physical distancing amid COVID-19 concerns, but now more
than ever there is a need for the altruistic spirit that volunteering brings. Our
communities, globally and locally, need to know that there are people out there
that care and are willing to go the extra mile even during these unprecedented
times. So, how do you make a difference from the comfort of your own home?
We’ve got a few ideas to help you decide. No matter your passion, you’re sure
to find something that peeks your interest below:
The Smithsonian Institution is
the world’s largest museum complex, composed of 18 museums, 9 research centers,
a zoo and libraries. Virtual volunteers
are used on two main projects; updating Wikipedia pages and transcribing
utilizes volunteers to monitor online discussions to find people and areas that
need assistance. Volunteers also share updates on social media. Twitter and
Facebook fans are always needed.
connects volunteers with organizations worldwide that need assistance with
editing, translation, technology services, research and advocacy.
network of volunteers that help by researching and exposing human rights
makes it easy to “give what you’re good at”. It allows talented professionals
to give their skill to mission driven organizations in need.
Translators without Borders
from around the world offer language and translation support for humanitarian
and development agencies and non-profit organizations globally.
Be My Eyes
Through an app, volunteers are
connected with blind and low-vision people to provide visual assistance.
Contribute skills and passions
to help people with print disabilities read by scanning, proofreading, and
Provide personalized career advice and guidance
to students and those just getting started in their career.
Airman & Family Readiness Center - Loan Locker
American Red Cross Camp Butler
American Red Cross Kadena
American Welfare &New Link Works Association (AWWA)
Animal Shelter Ishikawa
Bechtel Elementary School Library (Camp McTureous)
Camp Courtney Library Tutor
Camp Foster Chapel - AWANA Program Volunteer
Camp Foster Chapel - Children's Bible Study Teacher
Camp Foster Chapel - Nursery Worker
Camp Foster Cooking Assistant
Camp Foster Coffee Wednesday
Camp Foster Library Tutor
Camp Kinser Library Tutor
Cheerleading and Football Coaches Needed
Coupon Cutting and Sorting
Customer Service Support
English Discussion Class MCAS Futenma
English Discussion Class Kitanakagusuku (Every Wednesday)
English Discussion Class Naha (Every other Friday)
English Discussion Class Camp Schwab
Fleet Gift Shop
Hearts for Okinawa
Horse Assisted Learning Okinawa
L.I.N.K.S. for Spouses Mentors
Kadena Gift Corner
Tutor @ Zukeran Elementary
Marine Gift Shop
Marine Thrift Store
MCCS English Conversation Class with IHA/MLC Employees
MCCS Semper Fit Youth Sports
Navy Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS)
No-kill Animal Shelter
OESC Thrift Store and Uncle Sam's Attic
Okinawan-American Animal Rescue Society
Okinawa Stray Pet Rescue
Okinawa Young Marines Mentors
Okinawa Youth Football League
Pacific Okinawa Players - POPS (Theater)
Pancakes for Marines and Sailors
Soccer Coaches Needed
Teaching Conversational English
Tengan Castle Family Fun Night – Camp Courtney
Translator for Marine and Family Programs
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Youth Sports Coaches Needed
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