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Volunteering Vikings (Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities)

Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

Perkiomen Valley School District students and staff have a strong history of serving others in our community locally and beyond. Whether it's collecting food or clothing for those in need, raising money for various charities, or volunteering time to help run a special event, PV students and staff are ready to give. 

In 2013, the district began the Day of Service event that is held annually on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Please learn more about this district-wide initiative by visiting our Day of Service webpage. 

To help foster that spirit of giving and provide a resource to those who want to volunteer, we have created this webpage. You will find links to organizations and websites that will offer you ways to get involved in service projects. Please note that the volunteer opportunities listed below may be for organizations outside the Perkiomen Valley School District, and have not been vetted by Perkiomen Valley School District personnel. Items posted to this page are offered as a free service to the community, and should not be interpreted as being sponsored or endorsed by the district.

If you belong to an organization that could use volunteers and would like to be included on this list, please contact Jessica Lester, Manager for School and Community Engagement.

Current Volunteer Needs:

The Y Achievers Program is seeking pre-teens and teens. Click here for information.

Sebastian Riding Associates Inc. is seeking volunteers for the morning, afternoon and evening, seven days a week. Sebastian Riding is a non-profit, therapeutic horse farm located in Evansburg State Park that provides services for children and adults with disabilities. If you are interested in volunteering, please email Cyndi at sebastianvol@verizon.net or visit the website for information.

The St. James Outreach House is looking for students who could provide face painting at its Grand Opening Event on Saturday, Sept. 28, from 2 to 4 p.m. The St. James Outreach House is located at 3814 Germantown Pike in Collegeville and serves low income families. Over 180 children are expected at this public event. If interested, contact Leticia Rodriguez (610) 368-8543, leticiarod@outlook.com.

Pillars of Light and Love/Angels in Motion/Christ's Church of the Valley are seeking volunteers to make sleeping mats for the homeless on Monday, Sept. 16, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Christ's Church of the Valley, 1560 Yeager Road, Royersford. Bring plastic shopping bags to recycle into "plarn" for the mats. More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/500987560679683/