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Soup for You is a soup kitchen operating out of the basement of the old Bethany Church at 2511 E. Franklin Av. E., Mpls. Volunteers needed to welcome guests, take their orders and serve them. Shifts are 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. weekdays. Facebook at Soup for You Café at Bethany


The Rein in Sarcoma Foundation needs volunteers to serve on a committee. The committee provides mentoring, social gatherings, informational resources and more for patients and families affected by sarcomas. Monthly meetings, with other gatherings throughout the year.


Help Living Well Disability Services by sewing absorbent scarves for clients to wear as part of their daily outfit. Pattern available. If needed, supplies provided, as well. Dropoff in Mendota Heights.


Wingspan Life Resources serves adults with developmental and other disabilities. Visit for 30 minutes on Zoom sessions to keep clients entertained and learning. Lead a song, play an instrument, demonstrate a craft project, teach about animals, entertain with puppets and more. Flexible scheduling.


The Minneapolis Toy Library is a lending program for families with children up to age 5. A sliding-scale membership fee provides opportunities to have different and interesting toys for a child. Events are held four times a month in Richfield. Help with checkin and checkout and reshelving returned toys.


Touchstone Mental Health assists those affected by mental illness. Hold a collection drive at your school, church or other community center to donate products. Products especially needed for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color) men and women.


Northeast Contemporary Services works with adults and seniors with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Opportunities include activity assistant, job coach, community outings, talent-sharing and more.


African Career Education & Resources (ACER) works for systemic change that advances racial and economic equity in our communities. It works in areas of health equity, economic and community development, housing justice and civic engagement. Variety of opportunities.


Harvest Pack is a humanitarian organization fighting world hunger. Help with equipment (bins, scoops, bowls) that needs to be washed and stacked to dry. Need to be able to stand and lift up to 20 pounds. Flexible scheduling.


River Valley Riders provides therapeutic horseback riding opportunities for people with special needs. At the riding sessions, the main jobs are horse leader and side walker. You don't need horse experience. Must be comfortable around horses. Training provided.


Assist Arc's Value Village with the Tapemark Minnesota PGA Charity Pro-Am golf tournament June 9-11 in West St. Paul. Registration, hole-in-one watching, ball spotting, guest relations and more.


Help Memorial Blood Centers in donation centers in locations across the metro. Ensure that donors' first impressions of Memorial Blood Center and the donation process are positive. Welcome donors, verify their file and explain the donation process. Must have excellent customer services skills and be computer-literate.

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