As a caring member of the community, you have many wonderful talents and characteristics.  Volunteering in the Wyoming Valley will provide you with the unique opportunity to help others while learning more about the world you live in.

Consider your talents and how you can use them to create a rewarding experience for both the community and yourself.

Volunteer Opportunities

Alzheimer’s Association is always looking for volunteers. Please contact Gail Aideuis at 570-822-9915 ext: 4023. Located at 57 N. Franklin Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701.

McGlynn Learning Center is looking for volunteers to help students with their homework after school. McGlynn Learning Center. Call 570-824-8891, or email mcglynn.center@gmail.com. McGlynn Learning Center is located at 72 Midland Ct. (Boulevard Townhomes) Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702.

MOPS is a support group for mothers of preschoolers. MOPS is looking for volunteers to assist with the children, infants to preschool while they are in their meeting. MOPS meets on the first and third Wednesday of every month from 9:30am-11:30am. They meet at the Restored Church on Northampton Street. As volunteers you will be holding, playing, and keeping up with the crawling infants, or helping with activities such as story time, free play, coloring, and snack with the toddler/preschoolers. If you are interested you can contact myself Briana Button at brianabutton@kings.edu or Sarah Block at saraheblock@gmail.com or by phone 570-704-8177. 

Osterhaut Library is looking for volunteers to help with their circulation desk! If interested contact Sarah Wiggins at swiggins@luzernelibraries.org The library is located at 71 S. Franklin Street. 

Stop by the Shoval Center (171 N. Franklin); email Kelly Gibbons (kellygibbons@kings.edu), or view the Volunteer Opportunities Brochure below for a list of community organizations and their contact information to get started!

OTHER ONE-TIME (OR MORE) VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES -- Good for FYE/Core 90 and other service requirements