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Volunteer Prince William

As our communities face the unusual circumstances created by the coronavirus pandemic, many individuals would like to volunteer to help in some way. Volunteer Prince William is designated by Prince William County and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park to provide coordination of unaffiliated volunteers during emergency declarations. If you would like to be contacted to help during the COVID 19 outbreak, please register on our website at www.VolunteerPrinceWilliam.org.

When you are completing your registration form be sure to check the box that asks if you wish to receive a disaster notification.

If you are already registered as a volunteer on our Volunteer Prince William website, please log in to update your user data and check the box to indicate you wish to receive a disaster notification.

When we receive requests for volunteers in the greater Prince William area we will send emails out to those volunteers who have indicated they want to receive a disaster notification and will include instructions on what to do if you are interested in volunteering to help meet that request. It may be a bit of a process and may also include a liability waiver form.

If you have questions or need help registering, please call Bonnie Fulford at 571-292-5302. Thanks for wanting to help!

Action in Community through Service (ACTS)

Currently volunteers are needed in the Hunger Prevention Center for morning and afternoon shifts Monday – Friday to prep grocery bags and distribute groceries.

The volunteer shifts are MORNING 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. and AFTERNOON 12:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

All Hunger Prevention Center volunteers must complete and submit the online volunteer application found here prior to volunteering with ACTS.

The address for the Hunger Prevention Center is 17958 Dr. David Cline Lane, Dumfries, VA

Additionally, Prince William Food Rescue program is looking for Heroes to pick up food from supermarkets, restaurants, and food banks to deliver to those in need. More info on PWFR may be found on their website here

VOLUNTEER WITH THE PRINCE WILLIAM AREA AGENCY ON AGING

Here is an awesome video about volunteering for the Meals on Wheels program. Thank you to all of the staff who made this production possible! Check it out!

EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2018, ALL VOLUNTEERS OF THE AGENCY'S MEALS ON WHEELS PROGRAM WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO AND PASS A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK TO PROVIDE VOLUNTEER SERVICES.

Volunteer opportunities are available in a variety of programs and locations. Whether you have only a few hours one day a week or can volunteer everyday, your assistance is much needed!

Interested in volunteering?

Please download, complete and return the following forms: Agency Volunteer Application, Confidentiality Statement and MOW Background Check Forms. Meals on Wheels drivers must also complete a Volunteer DMV Record Check Form and attach copies of their driver’s license and vehicle insurance card.

ANY COMMUNITY SERVICE ORDERED BY THE COURT SYSTEM SHOULD CONTACT VOLUNTEER PRINCE WILLIAM (VPW) AT (703) 369-5292 EXTENSION 2.

ADULT DAYCARE VOLUNTEERS

Volunteers are needed to assist staff in implementing programs and activities including word games, group walks and crafts for participants. The Adult Day Care provides a therapeutic environment for adults who can no longer remain home alone during the day. The program is located in the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building at 15941 Donald Curtis Drive in Woodbridge.

STUDENT INTERNSHIPS

Internships are available to assist individuals in fulfilling collegiate scholastic requirements.

Call 703-792-4583 for more information about student internships.

MEALS ON WHEELS

BECOME A MEALS ON WHEELS DRIVER
Volunteer drivers are needed to deliver noontime meals to homebound older adults Monday - Friday between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m.  (Meals are not delivered on weekends, holidays or during periods of inclement weather.)  Daily routes take about 1.5 hours to complete. Commitment can vary depending upon the volunteer’s schedule from as few as one delivery every other week up to several deliveries each week. Two locations available: Woodbridge Senior Center, 13850 Church Hill Drive, Woodbridge Va. 22191    and Manassas Senior Center, 9320 Mosby Street, Manassas, VA  20109. Eligibility requires a: have own car, a copy of valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance card must be provided to the PWAAA and pass a Background check- paid by PWC.  Please contact Tracy at 703-792-4583 or Area Agency on Aging (pwcva.gov)

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