Volunteer Ads - March 2017

Listed below are current volunteer opportunities. If you are interested, want to learn more and enroll in RSVP, please
contact Triston Lovato at (505) 955-4760 or trlovato@santafenm.gov
American Cancer Society “Road to Recovery”
Program Needs YOU

Do you like to help others? Do you like driving? If you answered yes to those questions then you should consider becoming a volunteer with the American Cancer Society! The Road to Recovery Program is a free service in which
volunteer drivers provide transportation for people with cancer to and from scheduled appointments for medically related cancer care. Volunteers can offer to drive once a month or several times a week. Drivers must be between
the ages of 18 and 85, have a valid driver’s license, access to a reliable vehicle, and auto insurance. All drivers must pass the driver risk management review process (e.g., background check, insurance verification, driver’s license verification, and motor vehicle record check)
and complete a volunteer orientation. Please contact Triston at 955-4760 to get started today!
Santa Fe Public Health Office

Do you like working with the public? The Santa Fe Public Health Office located at 605 Letrado needs volunteers to assist with front desk duties, phones, greeting clients, updating the resource book, and maintaining a tidy lobby. Volunteers are welcome Monday – Friday, but there is a high need on Wednesdays and Fridays specifically. Hours are flexible; the office closes for lunch from
noon to 1 p.m. Please contact Triston at 955-4760 if you are interested and would like more information.

Volunteer with the
New Mexico National Guard Museum
(formerly Bataan Memorial Museum)

This Museum which features artifacts, images, press clippings, weapons and uniforms carried or worn by Guardsmen dating back to the 19th century to present, honors the history of the New Mexico National Guard and places specific importance on the infamous Bataan Death March. Volunteers are needed to greet visitors and give a short tour of the display area, highlighting the major areas of New Mexico National Guard heritage. Call Triston if you are