* Note: The Voluntary Action Center supported by Southern New Hampshire Services has been closed. Anyone seeking volunteer opportunities with this agency or filling court ordered community service should contact NH 211 for placement.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Manchester
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Manchester was established in 1966 as a full affiliate of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. In 2004, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America celebrated its 100th Anniversary, making the One-to-One mentoring programs of this organization the best-established and most documented for successful results.
Families in Transition
You can help end homelessness in your own community by joining the volunteer family at Families in Transition! Our mission is to provide safe, affordable housing and comprehensive social services to individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, enabling them to gain self-sufficiency and respect. Help lend a hand in our OutFITters Thrift Stores or with property maintenance projects! Learn about more volunteer opportunities.
Friends of the Manchester Animal Shelter
Friends of Manchester Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization that provides critical medical care, food, shelter, and comfort to the stray and homeless animals of Manchester, NH. FMAS operates the Manchester Animal Shelter located at 490 Dunbarton Road.
Greater Manchester Medical Reserve Corps
The GMMRC was established in 2008 to improve the health and safety of communities within the Greater Manchester Public Health Region (Auburn, Bedford, Candia, Deerfield, Goffstown, Hooksett, Manchester and New Boston) by preparing for and responding to emergencies and promoting healthy living throughout the year. GMMRC volunteers offer their skills and expertise during emergencies as well as community events. Members are not required to live or work in the Greater Manchester Public Health Region, as long as they are willing to participate in activities within the region.
Manchester Boys and Girls Club
Manchester Boys Club was incorporated in 1907 and became the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester in 1983. From its meager beginnings as reading and recreation rooms, the Club has grown to include the main Clubhouse at 555 Union Street, and two school-based after school sites at Jewett Street and Highland Goffe’s Falls Elementary Schools, as well as their Camp Foster summer day camp facility located in Bedford.
Manchester Public Television Services, Inc
Manchester Public Television is a 501c3 organization that was formed on July 1, 2010 and is available on Comcast cable.
New Hampshire Food Bank
NH Food Bank, a program of NH Catholic Charities, is a non-profit that distributes over 4 million pounds of food to 350 different agencies. Salvage donated food, special events, gleaning, and many more volunteer opportunities can be found at the Food Bank. For more information please contact the Volunteer Coordinator. Volunteers are also needed for the Cooking Matters program.
New Horizons for New Hampshire
New Horizons for New Hampshire is a leading advocate for the homeless, working in partnership with other organizations to develop programs which encourage individuals to become self-sufficient.
ProLiteracy Program at the Manchester City Library
The Manchester City Library hosts offices for the Learn to Read/ProLiteracy America program. They maintain office hours on Tuesday and by Appointment.
Director: Karen Dowling
Program Coordinator: Linda Abels
Phone: (603) 624-6550 x330 - Your voice messages will be returned