Community Help in Mission Viejo CA

By keishajames | Posted in Local on Friday, December 21st, 2018 at 4:27 pm

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Mission Viejo has a very strong, tight-knit community, which can be seen with all the volunteer options and nonprofits that are in the area.

So if you are looking to get involved, here are a few of the top community help in Mission Viejo, CA.

CARMA

27672 Crown Valley Pkwy. Mission, Viejo, CA 92691

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Created by veterinary professionals, this nonprofit helps provide the necessary medical care to sick or injured animals they rescue and then eventually help them find their new home. And if you are an animal lover as well, there are plenty of ways for you to get volunteering at CARMA.

They have Dog and Cat Foster Programs as well as opportunities to come in and help care for and socialize with the animals to give them the love and support they deserve. Their volunteers also help pet owners in the community by delivering them food, supplies, and even medical care.

You may even help by finding your family’s next pet at CARMA!

Families Forward

8 Thomas Irvine, CA 92618

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Families Forward helps families find sustainability through housing, food, education, and other supportive services. And with all the services they provide, there are also plenty of ways for you to get involved.

Tech-savvy individuals can help as a front desk volunteer with data entry, administrative assistance, and computer lab assistance. If you are the DIY type, you can help prepare the homes they have for families to move into with maintenance and home repairs that need to get done.

You can also help with one of their food drives, specifically their Thanksgiving Baskets they do for the holiday. They even have an Adopt-a-Family program set up to make the holidays a special time for everyone.

Laura’s House 

99 Corporate Dr. Ladera Ranch, CA 92694

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Laura’s House offers a variety of programs and services that provide vital support for and education to help avoid domestic violence. From hotline support, transitional housing, a counseling center, to legal services, Laura’s House helps victims of domestic violence get the safety and tools needed to live an independent and healthy life.

You can volunteer in a no-direct service role as an office, event, outreach, or resale store retail volunteer. Or if you want to apply for a direct-client service role you can complete the state-certified training and become a childcare, hotline, case management, or transitional living center volunteer. There are even ways for your child to help out with their Junior Friends Program.

Apply to be a volunteer today and help out your community!

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