Volunteer

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There are a number of ways that you can use your time and talents at the Center. Please download the Program and Volunteer Guide for a full list or choose from one of the opportunities below. 

Volunteer as a receptionist

  • You can help us out as a receptionist in the late afternoons, one day a week or a few days a month.
  • Volunteer would:
    • Answer the phone
    • Greet visitors
    • Perform light clerical work
    • Volunteers will work with the Executive Director
  • We need volunteers who are free at these times:
    • 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm weekdays.

Contact: Tysha Hardy-Sellers, Executive Director 

Volunteer with After-School Program

We provide a variety of activities for elementary-aged children. We feel that it is important that our time with our children be not just fun activities, but activities that will contribute to their growth and improve their life chances. The After-School Program volunteer will work with eager and energetic children to accomplish this.

  • Volunteer would:
    • Assist with homework
    • Reading skills
    • Other school work
    • Instruct in the use of computers as a learning tool
    • Provide musical activities (lead singing, teach use of instruments, etc.)
    • Volunteers will work with Children 6-12 years
  • We need volunteers who are free at these times:
    • 3:30 pm – 7 pm weekdays, early September through late May

Contact:
Barato Britt, Deputy Executive Director

  • Work Groups:

    Work groups can come and work in the building and grounds or assist with the summer youth program.

  • Volunteers would:
    • Work on the grounds, raking leaves, cutting grass, picking up trash, etc. Volunteers could also work in the building when there are maintenance or improvement projects.
    • Assist with summer program, presenting programs for the children or engaging with the children’s activities.
  • Volunteers with childcare experience could:
    • Volunteers will work with Children ages 6-12 years
    • Volunteers will work with Children ages 5-14 years
    • Assist in Classrooms
  • We need volunteers who are free at these times:
    • Summer program: 7:00 – 4:00
    • Monday through Friday, June and July
    • Building and grounds: any time, please schedule
  • Volunteers must be 18 years or older and will be required to have a background check

For more information or to get started please contact:
Altina Truss, Membership and Guest Coordinator

  • Phone (317)-637-3776
  • email us at info@ednamartincc.org

Ways to Support

Please consider the following ways to support:

General Donation (click the box below):

EMCC's Keystone Catering

Please call 317-637-3776 for more information.

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