>Azura Memory Care is seeking VOLUNTEERS to enhance the lives of those with memory loss. The residents
enjoy music, crafts, and one-on-one activities. If you have a few moments to spare and would love to create a magical
moment of joy, contact Mary Rogers at 608-469-6073.
>Alden Meadow Lori Friedrich, Activity Director at Alden Meadow, (608-676-2202) wants to
start a men’s group at Alden Meadow Nursing Home. She is looking for men to help with starting up a men’s group .
After checking the interest of the group, the volunteers would play cards or other activities. Please call Lora (608-676-
2020 if you are willing to participate.
>Hats for Caritas Calling all knitters and those who crochet. We are once again sponsoring a hat collection for kids’ hats that will be
given out at the Santa party in December. If you need yarn or pattern, please call me – lots were donated last year. Jean Nosek,
at 815-389-3259 or email [email protected].
>Cleaning St. Stephen’s Church Volunteers are needed monthly to clean church. Sign up sheet in the
Gathering Space. Many hands make light work!
>Clinton Community Outreach Food Panty is always in need of food. Please bring food items to the gathering area, and we will
make sure that they are delivered to the food pantry. Hunger is a year-round need!
>Beloit Regional Hospice Volunteers needed. 608-363-7421 Call and sign up for 2 days of training on October 13th and 27th 9-3
>SPIRITUS is seeking Catholic young adults, 21-29 years of age, to join the SPIRITUS missionary team this August. SPIRITUS ignites the faith in thousands of young Catholics through retreats and parish youth ministry each year! Missionaries live in community and travel to parishes and schools throughout Wisconsin; they receive training, formation, spiritual direction, lodging, food, a monthly allowance, health insurance and a $2,000 stipend upon completion of the 9-month program. It is a unique opportunity to serve our Lord and help young Catholics grow in faith. Visit www.spiritusministries.org, contact Rachel at [email protected], or (920) 722-8918 x113 for more information.
>The American Cancer Society Road To Recovery Program provides free rides to cancer patients who oth-erwise would have difficulty getting to their cancer-related appointments. Donate your time and the use of your car bybecoming a volunteer drivertoday. To get started, call 1-800-227-2345 or visit cancer.org/drive.”