Looking to make its hallways safer while involving parents in their kids’ education, Tortolita Middle School is calling in the D.O.G.S.
We’re just a few volunteers away from meeting our goal of 500 coaches to help local children improve their reading skills. But more volunteers are needed in the Sunnyside Unified School District.
Volunteers pitch in their time and labor to help make the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship run smoothly. Between 900 and 1,000 volunteers help make the tournament function.
Revelers may go to the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship to see the likes of Hunter Mahan and Tiger Woods in action, but the tournament wouldn't function properly without the help of some Girl Scouts.
In response to the mass shooting at a Connecticut school Dec. 14, Ben's Bells has launched a Bring Kindness to Newtown campaign.
Laurie Sedlmayr-Cumming, left, and her daughter, Anna Cumming, paint beads at the Ben's Bells Project Main Gate Studio, 816 E. University Blvd., to be asembled for residents of Newtown, Conn., in the wake of the Sandy Hook school massacre.
Kira Sund, 22, center, paints beads with her brother Derrick and mother, Mary, lower left, at the Ben's Bells Project Main Gate Studio.
Browse hundreds of volunteer opportunities on the Volunteer Center at United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona's website at www.volunteersoaz.org or call for assistance at 903-3949.
Uncle Sam needs you... to help prepare tax returns.
Staff Sgt. Brandon Duenas, a volunteer lane monitor from Davis-Monthan Air Force base, shares a high-five with Special Olympian Juan Lopez from Sunnyside High School during the annual Special Olympics bowling competition at Golden Pin Lanes.
The thud of a bowling ball hitting the lane.
Volunteers placed about 3,000 American flags - one for each life lost on 9/11 - along the fenced entryway leading into the VA Medical Center on South Sixth Avenue Tuesday morning.
Ermelinda Salazar and members of the Senior Corps, Senior Companions, Pima Council on Aging and others place about 3,000 flags along a fence at the Veterans Medical Center on South Sixth Avenue - one flag for every 9/11 victim.
A rose marks the name of a victim engraved at the 9/11 memorial in New York. A crowd of about 1,000 gathered to place roses and make rubbings of their loved ones' names.
It's no coincidence that Academy Village residents have been
volunteering in the Vail School District for more than eight