Lee Hall Mansion—And Endview Plantation need volunteers in various areas. 887-1862.
Literacy for Life—Help tutor adult learners in the community. Training and materials provided. No need for previous teaching experience. Located at W&M’s new School of Education on Monticello Avenue. www.literacyforlife.org or 221-3325.
Meals on Wheels—Volunteer drivers needed for noontime deliveries Monday-Friday. 229-9250.
Mentoring ex-offenders—Second-chance program needs adult male and female mentors to assist clients in transitioning successfully back into the community. 258-5893.
Olde Towne Medical Center—Primary care medical clinic for uninsured and underinsured patients needs volunteer clerical workers, nurses, doctors, dentists and dental assistants. 259-3260.
Patriots Colony at Williamsburg—Seeking volunteers to help with programs in the assisted living section of the community. Dee Tharp, 220-9000, ext. 162.
Peninsula Agency on Aging—MEDTRAN program needs volunteer drivers to transport seniors to doctor appointments. 873-0541.
Preservation Virginia at Historic Jamestowne—Archaeology interpreters and museum monitors. 229-0412 or email@example.com.
Respite Care Center—Of Williamsburg United Methodist Church provides adult day care. Jeanne Forrest, 229-1771.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program—Provides opportunities for people 55 and up to volunteer in agencies in greater Williamsburg. 595-9037.
Retired Nurses Group—Luncheon meetings 12:30 p.m. Thursdays. 221-7236.
RIDES—Williamsburg Area Faith in Action and the Historic Triangle RIDES program join forces to provide weekend and holiday transportation for seniors and disabled adults in greater Williamsburg. Volunteers needed to drive wheelchair-accessible vans. Training provided. Harold Mason, 345-6166.
Riverside Healthcare Center of Williamsburg—Needs volunteers to greet patients and assist the elderly with wheelchairs and directions to doctor appointments. 345-3000.
Rotary Club—Of the Historic Triangle meets noon-1 p.m. Wednesdays at the Colonial Heritage Clubhouse. Lunch and learn about opportunities to serve the community. Beth Davis, 984-7925.
Salvation Army—Women’s Auxiliary of Greater Williamsburg needs volunteers for the end-of-month food distribution. Men and women and youths who can lift up to 20 pounds.
SAM mentors—Act as a friend, role model, confidant, advocate and counselor for a local youth. Training and support provided. Vicki, 259-5403.
Senior Center of York—Needs volunteer instructors for computer classes. Previous experience not required. 898-3807.
Sentara Williamsburg Hospice—Seeking volunteers in greater Williamsburg willing to provide 2-4 hours of service weekly to hospice patients and families in their homes. Full training provided at no cost. 879-1918.
Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center— Has several volunteer opportunities available for adults. 984-7195.
United Way of Greater Williamsburg— Offers opportunities for assisting in ongoing volunteer projects and one-time special events in the area. 253-2264 or www.uwgw.org.