1. Volunteer in class with the children
Work one-on-one with Allegro students as a volunteer in our movement
Time commitment: 30 minutes - 2 hours per week
Volunteer registration is required.
Contact Marisa Guy, Program Coordinator, at 704-412-5229 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Use your many talents and hobbies to help in our office
Volunteer in the Allegro office with administrative projects, computer skills, or yard maintenance. We also have sewing projects or craft opportunities for those that are creative. The possibilities are endless!
Time commitment: Flexible/Family Friendly
3. Organize a fundraiser at your church, work or school
4. Internship Opportunities
Allegro Foundation is seeking highly motivated interns with a desire to work with children with disabilities. College students pursuing psychology or an education degree are able to kick-start their careers at our Foundation. The internships are unpaid but offer serious, career-minded students great work experience and the opportunity to form valuable relationships while helping their community.
Do you want to volunteer for Allegro Foundation...a Champion for Children with Disabilities, but you're not sure how or where to begin? Keep it simple and just let us know you're interested! We will work out days and times together to suit your schedule!
6. Help make our office look beautiful!
We are in need of an individual or group to power wash the outside of our office and walkways. We do not have access to a power washer, so if you have one and would like to help, we would be grateful!
See for yourself how volunteering with Allegro Foundation truly makes a difference in the lives of children with disabilities by watching the video below!
Contact Marisa Guy,
Fill out the attached:
Please return the completed application to (see below):
Attn: Program Coordinator
419 Ardmore Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28209
Or Fax it to:
The Program Coordinator will contact you to discuss the current volunteer opportunities that work best for your schedule.