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    Programs that provide opportunities for students and/or school-age children and youth to make a contribution to their local community through volunteer service projects or other forms of assistance. The purpose of the program is to develop leadership skills and good citizenship practices in youngsters who are interested in service to others.

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    4-H - Northumberland County - Penn State Cooperative ExtensionA youth program that emphasizes the total development of its members. Youths work on projects in areas such as animals, engineering, family/consumer, health, agriculture, gardening, sewing, pet care, rocketry, insects, careers, wildlife, raising large animals, cooking, creating Web sites, geographic information systems, babysitting, or social sciences in consultation with their parents and supervising adult volunteers. They also participate in activities and events such as fairs, trips, camping, teen leader trainings, fundraising, achievement programs, and county, regional and state learning opportunities. NorthumberlandPenn State Cooperative Extension - Northumberland CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - Northumberland County
    American Red Cross Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter - Washington County Office - Youth ProgramsProvides community service and international friendship for elementary, high school and college students.WashingtonGreene and Washington County OfficesAmerican Red Cross Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter
    Booker T. Washington Center - Community Service ProgramWe provide service work for children and adults who must perform mandatory court service hours, or hours required for school and/or housing. We find opportunities that help each person fulfill their obligation, while giving them a sense of pride in helping their community.ErieBooker T. Washington CenterBooker T. Washington Center
    Boys & Girls Club of Allentown - Sixth Street UnitBoys & Girls Club of Allentown serves children/youth, 6-18, who are residents of Allentown through a drop-in program. Membership required, $15 per year (Scholarships may be available). Multiple locations in Allentown. The Sixth Street location has a gym, a game room, swimming pool, classrooms, and a computer lab. School year program hours are 3:30-5:30pm for 6-year-old children, 3:30-6:45pm for children 7-11, 7:00-9:30pm for children 12 and older. Summer hours are 10:00am-4:00pm for elementary school programs and 4:00pm-6:00pm for teens. Sixth Street Clubhouse's recreational activities include basketball, soccer and other sports, arts and crafts, cooking classes and a computer lab. Swim lessons maybe available at the pool. Educational programs include: Make Your M.A.R.K. (Motivated Academically Ready Kids), a math and reading incentive program; Literacy 4 R Youth, a daily literacy program; Project Learn, a program to reinforce learning skills in a fun way; Power hour, a tutoring and homework help program for children, 6-12 and Career Launch which helps teens explore various career fields while learning job readiness skills, and computer awareness programs. SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training) is a prevention/education program about the problems of drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Keystone and Torch Clubs are chartered, small group character and leadership clubs. Torch Club is for teens, 11-13 and Keystone Club is for teens, 14-18. Boys & Girls Club of Allentown has 5 Clubhouses located across Allentown, PA. Sixth Street Clubhouse at 720 N. 6th St., Allentown, PA 18102, Turner Street Clubhouse at 1302 Turner St., Allentown, PA 18102, Teen Center at 641 N. 7th St., Allentown, PA 18102, Cumberland Gardens at 501 E. Susquehanna St., Allentown, PA 18103, and Little Lehigh at 671 Lawrence Court, Allentown, PA 18102.LehighBoys & Girls Club of Allentown - Sixth Street UnitBoys & Girls Club of Allentown
    Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem - Northeast UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Bethlehem has two locations to serve children/youth, 6-18, who are residents of Bethlehem. Northeast location has a gym, a game room with pool tables/foosball/air hockey and a computer lab. Membership required, $15 per year. Recreational activities include basketball, daily fitness challenges and other sports programs, arts and crafts and computer lab. Educational programs include: Project Learn which reinforces learning skills in a fun way; Power hour, a tutoring and homework help program for children, 6-12; and Career Launch which helps teens explore various career fields while learning job readiness skills. SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training) is a prevention/education program about the problems of drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Keystone and Torch Clubs are chartered, small group character and leadership clubs. Torch Club is for teens, 11-13 and Keystone Club is for teens, 14-18. North East location: 1430 Fritz Drive, Bethlehem, 610-865-4241 School year/Winter hours: Tuesday-Friday, 3-10 pm; Saturday, 9:30am-6pm; Closed Sunday Summer hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm; Closed Saturday and Sunday Southside location: 115 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, 610-865-5141 School year/Winter hours: Tuesday-Friday, 3-10 pm; Saturday, 9:30 am-6 pm; Closed Sunday Summer hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am-6 pm Closed Saturday and Sunday NorthamptonBoys & Girls Club of Bethlehem - NortheastBoys & Girls Club of Bethlehem
    Boys & Girls Club of Bethlehem - Southside UnitBoys & Girls Clubs of Bethlehem has two locations to serve children/youth, 6-18, who are residents of Bethlehem. Southside location has a gym, a game room with pool tables/foosball/air hockey and a computer lab. Membership required, $15 per year. Recreational activities include basketball, daily fitness challenges and other sports programs, arts and crafts and computer lab. Educational programs include: Project Learn which reinforces learning skills in a fun way; Power hour, a tutoring and homework help program for children, 6-12; and Career Launch which helps teens explore various career fields while learning job readiness skills. SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training) is a prevention/education program about the problems of drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Keystone and Torch Clubs are chartered, small group character and leadership clubs. Torch Club is for teens, 11-13 and Keystone Club is for teens, 14-18. North East location: 1430 Fritz Drive, Bethlehem, 610-865-4241 School year/Winter hours: Tuesday-Friday, 3-10 pm; Saturday, 9:30am-6pm; Closed Sunday Summer hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm; Closed Saturday and Sunday Southside location: 115 East 4th Street, Bethlehem, 610-865-5141 School year/Winter hours: Tuesday-Friday, 3-10 pm; Saturday, 9:30 am-6 pm; Closed Sunday Summer hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am-6 pm Closed Saturday and Sunday NorthamptonBoys & Girls Club of Bethlehem - Southside BuildingBoys & Girls Club of Bethlehem
    Boys & Girls Club of EastonBoys & Girls Clubs of Easton serves children/youth, 5-18, with no residency restrictions. Youth Membership registration is required. Offered (Mid-Sept to Mid-June)$15 per year per child. Summer Kindergarten Readiness: Summer Camp for youth getting ready to enter Cheston and Paxinosa Elementary School. Summer Brain Gain: Summer Camp offered for 11 weeks, in June, July and August Summer Camp offered in June, July and August Youth Members $35 per year Youth Non-members $70 per year Healthy Habits: After-school and summer nutrition and fitness education, healthy snacks and meals, available for all ages. SMART Moves (Skills Mastery and Resistance Training) is a prevention/education program about the problems of tobacco, drug and alcohol use and premature sexual activity. Gang Prevention program for youth, 6-18 years. Identifies and recruits delinquent and "at risk" youth into ongoing Club programs and activities and mentorship. Keystone and Torch Clubs are chartered, small group character and leadership clubs. Torch Club is for pre-teens, 11-13 years and Keystone Club is for teens, 14-18 years. City-Wide Youth Basketball League. Open to children/youth, 5-18 years. Registration required, fees are $10/season per member($20 for non-members). Triple Play: Sports Fitness & recreation in a variety of sports & activities for all ages. Volunteer Opportunities Available: For groups (corporate/agency etc) and individuals: must have background clearances in place. Contact Executive Director for more information.NorthamptonBoys & Girls Club of EastonBoys & Girls Club of Easton
    Champions of Caring - Leadership ProgramThe Ambassadors of Caring Leadership Program is a year-long program that prepares young people recognized as "Champions of Caring" to become leaders and advocates for service and social justice. This exciting program consists of monthly meetings and workshops, retreats, and special field trips. The program assists Ambassadors in further developing leadership and communication skills. These skills include public speaking, interviewing, planning, implementing and sustaining service projects and a variety of other skills associated with "social entrepreneurship." Ambassadors not only develop their own skills but learn how to "teach" these skills to their peers and others. Additionally, Ambassadors collaborate with each other to plan and implement an Impact Project that addresses an authentic community need, increases awareness around this need and inspires others in their communities to serve.MontgomeryChampions of Caring - Montgomery; Bala CynwydChampions of Caring
    Champions of Caring - Recognition ProgramThe Champions of Caring Recognition Program provides high school students with an opportunity to celebrate and be celebrated. Each May at Drexel University the Recognition Ceremony brings together hundreds of people from all over the greater Philadelphia region to honor young people for their service. Champions of Caring is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to sensitizing, educating, and empowering young people to take active roles in improving their communities. Our community and school-based programs help reduce prejudice, encourage service, and promote positive community change.MontgomeryChampions of Caring - Montgomery; Bala CynwydChampions of Caring
    Chi-Rho Youth MinistryWeekly youth fellowship with frequent service projectsCumberlandFirst Church of God MechanicsburgFirst Church of God Mechanicsburg
    Crispus Attucks Association, Rising STARS Youth & FamiliesThe Crispus Attucks Rising STARS (Striving To Achieve Remarkable Success) Youth and Family Program provides many after-school and summer educational, recreational, and social responsibility opportunities for youth 5 to 18 years old. Call or visit website for more information.YorkCrispus Attucks Association, Inc.Crispus Attucks Association, Inc.
    CSF and Buxmont Academy - Restorative Foster Care - BethlehemProvides safe, stable home settings, coordinated with enrollment in CSF & Buxmont Academy's academic and READY Program (Restore, Empower And Develop Youth. Enables collaborative support from houseparents to teachers, working together to help youth succeed.BucksBethlehemCSF and Buxmont Academy
    CSF and Buxmont Academy - Restorative Foster Care - FeastervilleProvides safe, stable home settings, coordinated with enrollment in CSF & Buxmont Academy's academic and READY Program (Restore, Empower And Develop Youth. Enables collaborative support from houseparents to teachers, working together to help youth succeed.BucksFeastervilleCSF and Buxmont Academy
    CSF and Buxmont Academy - Restorative Foster Care - PottstownProvides safe, stable home settings, coordinated with enrollment in CSF & Buxmont Academy's academic and READY Program (Restore, Empower And Develop Youth. Enables collaborative support from houseparents to teachers, working together to help youth succeed.MontgomeryPottstownCSF and Buxmont Academy
    CSF and Buxmont Academy - Restorative Foster Care - Pottstown ElementaryProvides safe, stable home settings, coordinated with enrollment in CSF & Buxmont Academy's academic and READY Program (Restore, Empower And Develop Youth. Enables collaborative support from houseparents to teachers, working together to help youth succeed. Services at this program site serve children in grades 1-6.MontgomeryPottstown ElementaryCSF and Buxmont Academy
    CSF and Buxmont Academy - Restorative Foster Care - SellersvilleProvides safe, stable home settings, coordinated with enrollment in CSF & Buxmont Academy's academic and READY Program (Restore, Empower And Develop Youth. Enables collaborative support from houseparents to teachers, working together to help youth succeed.BucksSellersvilleCSF and Buxmont Academy
    CSF and Buxmont Academy - Restorative Foster Care - WoodlynProvides safe, stable home settings, coordinated with enrollment in CSF & Buxmont Academy's academic and READY Program (Restore, Empower And Develop Youth. Enables collaborative support from houseparents to teachers, working together to help youth succeed.DelawareWoodlynCSF and Buxmont Academy
    East Stroudsburg Area School District - Community Technology OutreachCommunity Technology Outreach services are provided by the eTeam, a group of technology-savvy high school students. The students host a series of hands-on workshops open free-of-charge to all Monroe Co. adults. Provides a service learning opportunity for adult learners by hosting monthly workshops on common technologies from social media applications and email, to hardware, digital streaming, and cloud storage. In addition to the workshops, eTeam students also offer one-to-one sessions for individualized assistance, encouraging participants to bring their personal devices, moving them toward a better understanding of the tools they own and use. MonroeEast Stroudsburg Area School DistrictEast Stroudsburg Area School District
    Franklin County Master GardenerThrough their local outreach, Penn State Master Gardeners educate both youth and adults in communities throughout Pennsylvania. The Penn State University Master Gardener program was established to assist Cooperative Extension in reaching the consumer horticulture audience. Master Gardeners are volunteers trained by the Penn State Extension. Once they complete their training, Master Gardeners help Extension better serve the home gardening public by answering questions, speaking to groups, working with 4-H gardening projects, maintaining demonstration gardens, teaching plant sciences and horticulture, writing gardening articles, and many other ways. Master Gardeners are willing and able to educate individuals and groups on topics such as vegetable and flower gardening, plant selection, composting and soil health, controlling pests safely, pollinator gardening, pruning, and more. FranklinPenn State Cooperative Extension - Franklin CountyPenn State Cooperative Extension - South Central
    Kiwanis Club of Erie - Aktion ClubSupports individuals with disabilities, as well as other community programs. We provide adults living with disabilities an opportunity to develop initiative, leadership skills and to serve their communities.ErieKiwanis Club of ErieKiwanis Club of Erie
    Kiwanis Club of the Poconos - Daybreak!Offers members an opportunity to become personally acquainted with people of good standing in many vocations, with varied backgrounds and experience. Provides opportunity to expand ones own business and personal horizons. Meetings start at 7:30 a.m. and are held every Wednesday at Perkins Restaurant in Stroudsburg. Meeting program topics vary, but most are designed to expose members to new ideas, local, state, or ational issues and fresh perspectives on our communities. MonroePennsylvania District of Kiwanis InternationalKiwanis International
    Kiwanis Club of the StroudsburgsAddresses the needs of the local community and youth of Monroe County through volunteer endeavors as well as fundraising. Noon luncheon meeting held weekly at the Sycamore Grille on 92 Main Street in Delaware Water Gap. Board Meeting held the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 8:00 a.m. at Compton's Pancake House on Park Avenue in Stroudsburg.MonroePennsylvania District of Kiwanis InternationalKiwanis International
    Kiwanis InternationalA global organization of volunteers. Focus on changing the world by serving children, one child and one community at a time. Also sponsor youth clubs to develop leadership and increase civic engagement in young people. There are K-Kids Clubs for primary school children; Builders Clubs for adolescents; Key Clubs for teens and CKI clubs for university students. Aktion Clubs are for adults living with disabilities, giving them the opportunity to participate in community service projects. Kiwanis InternationalKiwanis International
    Multi-Cultural Academy Charter School - Community Service and Charter SchoolsCommitment to the community is a very important part of the Multi-Cultural Academy Charter School way of life. As a school founded in partnership with the local community, it is very important to MACS to give back to its neighbors. MACS endeavors to build a community spirit through activities that foster an awareness of the presence and well-being of others. Community service is an educational objective as well. MACS is committed to the education of the whole person, with the following objectives: - to instill in students a strong sense of responsibility toward themselves and society - to challenge students to possess a positive attitude and to conduct themselves with dignity, respect, and responsibility - to promote character development, respect for others, and self-respect - to encourage respect and appreciation of the differences among individuals and their cultural and linguistic backgrounds - to nurture developing skills, as well as foster the discovery of hidden talents and leadership potential Some students choose to volunteer at an organization with special meaning for them, such as a religious institution or an organization that, in the past, helped them or someone close to them. Others seek out opportunities for new and unique experiences, by volunteering for groups such as Habitat for Humanity or City Year. One student said that she became Clean-Up Captain for her block "because there was no one else to do it." It is just this sense of civic responsibility that MACS seeks to foster. No one can solve all of the problems in the world - or even in the city of Philadelphia - but, by performing community service, students can make a small difference in their neighborhoods, and that benefits everyone. When students contribute to their community, they become participants in the life of the community, not just residents of a neighborhood. This benefits everyone, including the students themselves. At MACS, community service is not just something to talk about - it's a duty. Students at MACS are required to perform a minimum of 20 hours of community service per school year. However, many students go well beyond this minimum, performing hundreds of hours of service to their communities. In 2008, senior Devon Walton received the prestigious President's Award For Community Service from President George W. Bush for performing well over 1,000 hours of community service. In 2009, senior Jodiann Salmon received The Philadelphia Inquirer Student Citizenship Award for "community contribution, good scholarship, and school participation." To encourage students to perform extra community service, MACS awards .25 of an elective credit for every 30 hours in excess of the required 20 hours of service. In this way, students can earn up to one full credit each school yearPhiladelphiaMulti-Cultural Academy Charter School - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaMulti-Cultural Academy Charter School
    PA Treatment & Healing (PATH) - East Stroudsburg Youth ServicesProvides services for outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, after school evening program, intensive adolescent program, alternative education program, foster care program, parental supervision program, and community service program.MonroePATH - PA Treatment & Healing -East StroudsburgPATH - PA Treatment and Healing
    Penn State Cooperative Extension - 4-H Youth Development4-H is a leadership based educational program for youth ages 8-19. Programming is conducted by volunteers in both club settings and school/after-school settings. Opportunities include: - Animal science - Plant science - Family and consumer sciences - Botanical Research - Zoology/Wildlife Biology Research - Youth Agricultural Programs - Leadership Developement skillsMontgomeryPenn State Cooperative Extension - Montgomery; CollegevillePenn State Cooperative Extension - Montgomery County
    Southern Branch YMCA, Camp DiscoverySummer Camp - Ages 5 to 12 years. Camp Discovery provides a safe, nurturing and fun camp experience for children of all ages. Our well-trained staff provide a safe environment to enhance the core values of the YMCA: faith, hope, love, honesty, respect and responsibility. Camp Discovery activities are fun for children of all ages. Activities include field trips, science lessons, swimming, sports, arts & humanities and activities that help campers learn the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. Children will have the opportunity to make friends and create lasting memories. There are two CAMP DISCOVERY locations: Southern Branch YMCA: 100 Constitution Ave. Shrewsbury, PA Pleasant View Elementary: 700 Delta Rd. Red Lion, PA 17356 YorkYMCA of York County, Southern BranchYMCA of York County
    Southern Community Services at YMCA of York County Southern Branch, Financial Assistance, Basic Needs and School SuppliesFINANCIAL ASSISTANCE With:
  • Applications For LIHEAP, Utility Programs, Pace, Rent Rebate, Welfare, Dollar Energy, Housing, & Childcare Assistance ALSO:
  • Senior Programs
  • Monthly Food Distribution; Bag A Lunch Program
  • Pet Pantry
  • Back To School Programs for School Supplies (FOR 2019:from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through August 9) Signing up: Parents and guardians of students in grades K-12 who attend school in the participating districts can call 727-235-0446, ext. 403 or 408, to see if they qualify for the program. Eligible families must provide proof of income.
  • Holiday Share Program
  • Baby Closet
  • Case Management
  • Youth Advisory Board To Involve Youth In Community Service Projects For S.C.S. And The Area That S.C.S. Serves. For Any Student Attending Dallastown, Southern, Or Southeastern Middle Schools Or High Schools
  • YorkYMCA of York County, Southern BranchYMCA of York County
    S.P.C.A., Society For Prevention Of Cruelty To AnimalsCommunity service organization providing temporary shelter and care for stray and unwanted animals Adoption and placement service Safe pet program - provide or arrange for "temporary foster care" for pets of families displaced by catastrophe or domestic violence. Families must be referred by an agency such as American Red Cross, Access York or Hanover Safe Home program. Humane education program for schools and civic organizations Neuter/spay assistance for pets of families on limited incomes Information on animal care and handling Investigation and prosecution of cruelty and neglect complaints Chow for our pals progrm provides emergency pet food assistance to low income families. S.P.C.A. Youth Group - opportunities for youth ages 13-17 to volunteer by cleaning windows, planting flowers, cleaning and picking up trash. Volunteers also make bandanas for the dogs and cats and dog toys. YorkS.P.C.A., Society For Prevention Of Cruelty To AnimalsS.P.C.A., Society For Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals
    Stepping Stones for Life Youth Community Service ProgramOffers programs that provide opportunities for students and/or school-age children and youth to make a contribution to their local community through volunteer service projects or other forms of assistance. The purpose of the program is to develop leadership skills and good citizenship practices in youngsters who are interested in service to others.BlairStepping Stones for Life Equine Assisted Learning Life Skills and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy ProgramStepping Stones for Life
    St Johns United Church of Christ - Organic Community GardenOrganic Community Garden provides individual, couple, or family garden plots in season. Community service opportunities for individuals and groups are available almost year round.Chester*Main Site (St Johns United Church of Christ)St Johns United Church of Christ
    United Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Junior Stakeholder GroupThe Jr. Stakeholders Youth Advocacy Program offers youths the opportunity to be active in their community by utilizing resources and developing projects that will increase their self-esteem and leadership skills that will benefit their community. The Jr. Stakeholders identify and find solutions for problems that impede them or their peers as it relates to school and attendance.PhiladelphiaUnited Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaUnited Communities Southeast Philadelphia
    United Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Youth Leadership Council (YLC)A group of selected teens that meet on a weekly basis to develop and promote youth programming and create their own community service projects based on the needs of the surrounding neighborhoods. The teens lead their own meetings and develop various skills, including leadership.PhiladelphiaUnited Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaUnited Communities Southeast Philadelphia
    Work To Ride - Community Service Learning CreditsWork to Ride welcomes any high school age student who would like to earn their Community Service Learning Credits with us. Several students from Philadelphia and the suburban area request our sponsorship annually. Students can earn their credits in a variety of ways during the weekday or weekend. Work to Ride staff will arrange a schedule that is workable for the student on a long-term or short-term request. PhiladelphiaWork to Ride - Chamounix Equestrian Center - Philadelphia; Fairmount ParkWork To Ride
    YMCA of York County, Camp SpiritCamp Spirit is located amidst 14 beautifully wooded acres which holds two lodges, volleyball and basketball courts, a swimming pool and sports field. Camp Spirit is conveniently located at 515 Jerusalem School Road (off of N. Sherman Street), just south of Mount Wolf. We host a wide variety of programming that will extend to archery, sling shots and digital photography. Well trained staff provides a safe environment to enhance the core values of the YMCA: Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility. Campers from ages 5-15 enjoy the summer with pool activities, arts & crafts, sports, games and much more. Five year olds must be exiting kindergarten or an all day program. LITs are campers 13-15 years old. In the past they have aided in the programming of the younger age groups (5-10 year olds). They have assisted with projects around camp as well as taken morning hikes to the local area of Codorus Creek, done devotional work with each other and spent time with each age group. Look for our new LIT program that we will be piloting during summer 2012. We will be taking the LITers to do community service as well as including them in the younger age groups to do supervised games and small lessons. Camp Spirit Drop off begins at 8:15am & pick up will begin at 4:15pm. Before Care will be provided from 6:30 to 8:15 am. After Care will be provided from 4:15 pm to 6:00 pm. *Before and after care at Camp Spirit is available at Camp Spirit from 7am to 5pm. YorkYMCA of York County, York BranchYMCA of York County

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