Volunteer – Current Opportunities

Shepherd’s Gate – New Volunteer Opportunities


Shepherd’s Gate Volunteer Needs High School Student(s) to help with holiday donations from 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM the month of December. Childcare volunteers between the hours of 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Monday – Thursday and 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM on Friday. Organizing Clothing Closet – Biweekly on Tues or Thurs anytime between

Shepherd’s Gate – New Volunteer Opportunities2018-09-25T17:30:53+00:00

Pleasanton Volunteers Needed to Facilitate a Fall Coat Drive


Pleasanton Volunteers needed to facilitate a Fall Coat drive for Pleasanton Middle/High School students in need.  Be part of the team to plan and facilitate warm clothing for local students!  Clothing will be needed by late October, so work must begin now! Sign up to elp now by emailing info@cityservetrivalley.org or call 925-223-6947

Pleasanton Volunteers Needed to Facilitate a Fall Coat Drive2018-10-08T22:41:26+00:00

Volunteers Needed for Kids Club, Dublin


This once per week after school program at specific Dublin schools teaches principles of honesty, integrity, and respect through music, games and Biblical lessons.  The program has been in place for 2 years and enrollment for this school year is greatly increased.  You help is needed.  To be part of a Kids Club team contact

Volunteers Needed for Kids Club, Dublin2018-09-10T22:48:53+00:00

Valley High, Dublin, Mentor/Encourager


Join the team gearing up to inject fun and team-building at this continuation high school.  Will be providing a healthy lunch and activities mid-day (11 am - 12 pm) the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each school year month starting Friday, September 7.  To learn more and sigh-up contact Team Lead, Shanon Tillak at 510-909-9801.

Valley High, Dublin, Mentor/Encourager2018-09-10T22:45:42+00:00

Volunteers – Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare


If you are interested in volunteering with the Stanford Health Care- ValleyCare Auxiliary visit the website below.  Click on the Donate and Volunteer tab, then select Auxiliary to download the application and job descriptions. Volunteer positions are available in the following area: Livermore: Urgent Care, Ambulatory Surgery, Ambassador, Auxiliary Office Pleasanton:  Cancer Center,  Health Library,

Volunteers – Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare2018-08-20T21:23:18+00:00

Volunteer 2-1-1 Eden Information & Referral Call Line


2-1-1 is a free non-emergency, confidential, three-digit phone number that provides easy access to housing information and critical health and human services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in multiple languages.  Tri-Valley residents are needed to volunteer in the Alameda County 2-1-1 call center that serves our area.  Help is need with Tri-Valley

Volunteer 2-1-1 Eden Information & Referral Call Line2018-03-09T17:11:55+00:00

Young Life Tri-Valley – Volunteers Needed


Young Life Tri-Valley reaches out to the youth in our valley that are not involved in a church.  Volunteers are needed to work directly with youth and to work behind the scenes supporting leaders on the front line. Young Life Leaders needed:  Leaders to through training, then are placed on a team of volunteers for

Young Life Tri-Valley – Volunteers Needed2017-12-06T22:43:15+00:00

Car Donations Needed!!


Car Donations Needed! Variety of cars in working order Currently need 8 cars for families and single moms Cars provide transportation to/from work and leads to stability in lives!! Call CityServe (925) 452-8276 email gloria@cityservetrivalley.org

Car Donations Needed!!2017-08-14T18:19:06+00:00

Meals on Wheels Volunteers


This home meal delivery program provides daily nutritious meals to homebound seniors which helps improve the quality of lives and allows seniors to remain independent in their homes. Volunteers are always invited to join the team that delivers meals. When: Monday - Friday, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Where: Tri-Valley cities Contact: Call the office for

Meals on Wheels Volunteers2018-08-06T17:04:48+00:00

Fertile GroundWorks Volunteers


To teach and empower people and communities to increase their health, well being, and self-reliance by growing food for themselves and others, organically and sustainability. Produce from our Garden of Grace is given to Open Heart Kitchen and local food pantries to feed the needy. Fertile GroundWorks champions locally-grown food and facilitates the creation and

Fertile GroundWorks Volunteers2018-03-16T17:24:12+00:00