Get Involved: Top Volunteering Opportunities in June

Get Involved: Top Volunteering Opportunities in June, Marin Magazine

Become a volunteer with Suicide Prevention and Community Counseling. Volunteers receive 40 hours of training that include crisis intervention, telephone counseling and suicide prevention education.

By purchasing your beef and lamb from Stemple Creek Ranch, a family-owned provider of organic, grass-fed meat, you are supporting carbon farming that fights climate change and enhances ecosystems.

Share your knowledge and mentor a young person interested in learning more about your field. Opening the World (OTW) is a Marin County program that introduces at-risk youth ages 16 to 25 to volunteer, leadership, educational and cultural experiences in their communities and abroad.

Blood Centers of the Pacific is in need of all blood types. Schedule an appointment to donate yours; the local bloodmobile is at Valley Baptist parking lot 3 off North San Pedro Road in San Rafael.

Give Back

Your gift to CHILDREN’S HEALTH COUNCIL helps remove barriers to learning, providing top-rated education and therapy options so children and teens can become resilient, happy and successful at home, in school and in life.

With your financial help, this year BUCKELEW PROGRAMS supplied supported housing and employment, residential detox, psychotherapy, suicide prevention, crisis counseling, family support and other mental health services to over 10,000 people in Marin, Sonoma and Napa counties.

Give to PETCO FOUNDATION and support animal medical care, spay and neutering and cancer research, with the option of making your donation in honor of a special person or pet.

Your contribution to the CAL FUND supports UC Berkeley scholarships and tutoring and allows scientists at the university to continue their advanced medical research.

Help school-age children in need with a tax-deductible donation to MARIN CHARITABLE, a volunteer- led organization.