Become a Volunteer Leader
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Without leaders, Hands On Charlotte would not be able to create and implement our programs. With your help, we are able to make a real difference in Charlotte. If you are an active HOC volunteer and would like to become a volunteer leader or learn more, please contatct Doug Macomb or sign up for the next Volunteer Leader Training. We are also interested in creating new projects and love to hear your ideas! Here is a list of Volunteer Leader Responsibilities.

Volunteer Leader Openings

* HomeWork Hounds at Sugar Creek Library - Wednesday or Thursday evening

* Study Buddies at West Blvd Library - Thursday evening

* Basic Literacy & Math for Adults - Tues or Wed evenings

* Study Buddies South Charlotte - Tues evening

* Mountain Bike Riding w/Trips for Kids - Saturday morning

* Child Care- Sunday afternoon with Charlotte Family Housing

* Kilborne Garden Workday - Wednesday evenings

* Shining Hope Farms - one Saturday morning per month in Charlotte and/or Mount Holly

* Music Program at White Oak Manor - Weekends

* Pet Visits at Plantation Estates - weekends

* Pet Visits SouthPark - weekends

* Your Project Idea! - time, location, frequency - to be determined

Volunteer Leader Benefits:

* Takes your volunteerism to the next level.

* Great way to enhance your resume.

* Highlights your commitment to an issue area.

* Enhances your leadership and management skills.

* Meet new people and make more Hands On Charlotte friend

* Only way to guarantee yourself a slot at popular projects