North Hills Community Outreach (NHCO)
November events part 2
NHCO urgently needs volunteers in the upper Route 28 corridor
They have an urgent need for volunteers interested in helping seniors in the route 28 corridor near Tarentum and Brackenridge. Specifically, volunteer drivers and on-board dispatchers are needed for the Free Rides for Seniors shuttles, which transport seniors in the Route 28 communities to UPMC medical appointments and shopping during weekdays. No special license is needed and training is provided. Shifts are short. If you are interested, please contact Kerry at 412-449-0151 for more information.
North Hills Community Outreach now has an online registration process for those who wish to volunteer to help seniors through its In Service of Seniors: North Program. Visit http://nhco.org/volunteer-opportunities/volunteer-help-seniors/ and follow the easy step-by-step registration process. Volunteers are needed to help seniors get to doctor appointments, take them grocery shopping, do light yard work, drive shuttles and more. For more information, call Cathy at 412-307-0069 x 3313.
NHCO General Volunteer Orientations
North Hills Community Outreach will host a Volunteer Orientation session at 10am, Thursday, November 9 in NHCO Allison Park, 1975 Ferguson Road. This will be the last orientation session of the year. Needs include volunteers to ring bells in November and December, drivers for Free Rides for Seniors shuttles, drivers to transport seniors to appointments and more. Please register with Harriet at hzklatte.org or 412-408-3830 x 3204.
North Hills Community Outreach offers multiple programs aimed at helping people attain self-sufficiency, including employment help. Those seeking help with career counseling, updating a resume, job search techniques and more can contact NHCO Resource Coordinator Jackie Boggs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-408-3830 x 3217.Visit Event Website for More Info