Hospice of AlleghanyVolunteers provide comfort and support for patients by reading, listening, taking walks, writing letters, bringing in music, supervising visits with pets, they also allow family caregivers the opportunity to take care of necessary errands and get some time away from the house. Family members also appreciate a visit from a compassionate friend who understands what they are going trough.
Council on AgingVolunteers deliver meals to homes in the county.
Alleghany County LibraryVolunteers man the bookstore; participate in the summer reading program, VITA - Volunteer Income Tax Assistant (seasonal) and various other duties..
4-H ProgramLocally, volunteers can serve as club leaders, be trained in curricula to teach in schools and at workshops, help with summer fun programming, serve as judges at local livestock, cooking and presentation competitions, attend camp and overnight trips and more.
Alleghany County Schools 3 schoolsAdult volunteers that help with sports, some assist teacher in classes such as masonry.
Partnership for Children (Family Resource Center, DANA program)Volunteers help with administrative and family activities.
Guardian Ad Litem ProgramAdvocates in court for children.
Alleghany CARESPrepare donated items for thrift store, items include household, clothing, jewelry, electronics, linens, books, toys and seasonal items.
Alleghany Pregnancy Care CenterReceptionist, fundraising, church liaison for speakers bureau, update files, sort clothing, training available for counseling role.