Scouts wanted is where you can find all of our community partners that are in need of volunteers to help with Events, Activities, Service projects and anything involving help wanted for your Scout or Unit. This Site will be updated periodically with new opportunities to serve Southern Arizona business and community organizations. For more service hours information go here for the National site. To enter Service hours go here.
For 40 plus years The Haven has provided women with a safe, respectful, compassionate residential environment in which they can begin their long journey of recovery from alcohol and drug use disorders. They are looking for any Life Scouts that might be in need of an Eagle Project. If you are interested in working with The Haven please contact Joyce Morgan,MSW LCSW,LISAC Chief of Medical Services for more information. Her email address is www.thehaventucson.org or by phone at 520-623-4590.
Life Scouts are you looking for a Potential Eagle Project? Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids has some ideas for you. If you are interested please contact Scott Tilley or Jill Prickett at email@example.com or call at 520-298-9808.
Elk’s Lodge #2532 would like to know if anyone out in the scouting community has a scout looking to earn some community service time. If you are able to help; please contact the Youth Activity Chair Sally Frankel at firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know.
Marine Corps League would like to Honor Eagle Scouts! Nighthawk 72 Marana Detachment 1344 Marine Corps League would like to honor Eagle Scouts in Northwest Tucson, Oro Valley and Marana areas. To request a special recognition for your Eagle Scout, please contact Adjutant Terry Byron at 520-982-0023, www.Nighthawk72mcl.org,
Hoping for a better tomato crop next year? Wanting to grow greens in your backyard this winter? Or maybe you just want to learn more about arid land food production? As a farm work volunteer, you can fine tune your desert gardening skills while helping us grow the vegetables that TVF uses for educational programs. Our volunteers participate in all aspects of farming, including: preparing garden beds, weeding, turning compost, planting seeds, harvesting, caring for our chickens, and so much more. No experience necessary, just a willingness to work hard and learn! We also have opportunities to volunteer to help with our kids’ programming. People can inquire with Katie Brown Bernal at email@example.com for more info on how to get involved with that. For general farm work, contact Alex Atkin, Farm Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beads of Courage are awarded to mostly pediatric patients for each procedure or treatment performed to combat their illness. Some patients collect so many beads that they string them into necklaces, and have so many necklaces, they need drawstring bags to hold those. Individuals or groups can sew bags at their own location, at times they determine. Please sew Beads of Courage labels onto bags during the construction process. See www.beadsofcourage.org for info on how to obtain labels, and for detailed instructions on how to sew bags with your donated fabrics
From Blue to Green is up-cycling based project that focuses on environmentally friendly ways to best serve our Tucson community. Our focus is up-cycling blue wrap typically found in hospital operating rooms. Each year hospitals around the world contribute to the 1 ton of blue wrap waste that gets sent to landfills. This plastic based material is perfect for up-cycling projects. We are currently making sleeping bags for the homeless and need volunteers who have access to a sewing machine or are able to sort and cut fabric.
Last Updated: 5/7/2020