AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY seeks English-speaking and bilingual volunteers to drive patients to appointments and help with other tasks. Call (575) 751-8927.
AMP PRODUCTIONS is seeking volunteers to work upcoming shows here in Taos. Various positions are still available. Shifts are four hours and get you into that show for the day. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Come have some fun!
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS provides mentoring relationships for boys and girls ages 5-18. Call Oralia González, (575) 779-0003, or Karen Koyote, (575) 770-5751.
CIVIL AIR PATROL SQUADRON is looking for volunteers in Taos. You can join this group that helps in search and rescue efforts, does aerospace education and runs a cadet program for young people at the monthly meetings at 5:30 – 7 p.m. every third Tuesday at the large hangar at Taos Airport or call Michael at (281) 467-0506.
COMMUNITY AGAINST VIOLENCE seeks volunteers for office work, fundraising, events, landscaping, the CAV Thrift Store and community outreach efforts. Applications at or stop by 945 Salazar Road, Taos.
EQUINE SPIRIT SANCTUARY seeks volunteers for horse rescue, equine-assisted learning and therapeutic programs for people. 13 Los Caballos Road, Ranchos de Taos. Call Ruth Bourgeois, (575) 7581212, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GREENHOUSE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED at Wumaniti Earth Native Sanctuary. Call (575) 776-2856.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF TAOS is looking for people to help reform the Taos Habitat for Humanity Restore Committee. This committee will be responsible for the creation of the Restore 20192021 strategic plan, refining and upgrading the store operating guidelines and will act as the liaison between store management and the board of directors. Did you know that the Restore is now our No. 1 revenue source? We need to ensure we are maximizing the potential of this important asset to our organization. Meeting is set for Monday, Nov. 26 at 3 p.m. Please email us with any questions, or let us know of your interest at hfht@taosnet. com.
HIKERS NEEDED BY NEW MEXICO WILDERNESS ALLIANCE. New Mexico Wild is partnering with the Forest Service to complete solitude monitoring in the Carson National Forest. If you enjoy hiking in the wilderness and are willing to document how many people you see on the trail, then you’re the perfect fit for this project. Training will be provided. Contact Rhett Spencer at email@example.com.
HOLY CROSS HOSPITAL AUXILIARY seeks adults to work in the gift shop, day surgery and as patient advocates. Teens are needed, too. Call Darlene Vigil (575) 779-0230, Chavi Guerra (575) 770-4098, or pick up an application at the hospital gift shop.
HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING with Mountain Home Health Hospice, 630 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Suite 180, Taos. Free. Call (575) 758-4786, ext. 121.
LIBRARY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. Taos Children’s Library is looking for volunteers to help out with storytime and crafts Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. For further information contact Annette Montoya (575) 7372589 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MILLICENT ROGERS MUSEUM is looking for interested and hardworking individuals ready to jump in and help where needed. Please contact Katie Ritter at (575) 758-2462 or by email at coordinator@ millicentrogers.org to apply.
SOMOS needs book lovers. If you love books, become a
SOMOS volunteer and help yourself to our huge selection of used books. Volunteers sell books, greet customers and straighten genre sections. Also included is a complimentary membership to SOMOS and free tickets to some SOMOS events. Contact email@example.com or call (575) 758-0081 for more information.
STRAY HEARTS ANIMAL SHELTER is looking for dog walkers, cat petters, transport drivers, office help, handyperson services, etc. Want to make a difference in an animals life, and yours too? Come volunteer at 1200 Saint Francis Lane, Taos. Call (575) 758-2981 for more information.
TAOS EDUCATION AND CAREER CENTER needs volunteer tutors. We serve adult students who have a wide range of skill levels, all below college level. We need dedicated volunteers to work with our students in these subject areas: literacy, English Language Learning (ELL) and math. If you are interested or would like more information, please call us at (575) 737-3730 or stop by our office at 115 Civic Plaza Drive. Entrance and parking are on Bedford Street.
TAOS ELDERS AND NEIGHBORS TOGETHER. TENT is seeking volunteers to be part of the TENT support team that provides the resources needed to help local elders remain in their homes as they age. Contact the TENT volunteer coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
TAOS LIONS CLUB is looking for new members and volunteers to help with any of our programs: KidSight, Adult Vision, Scholarships, Scouting, Tio Vivo Carousel, Christmas Stocking Project and Flags on the Plaza. The Club is a diversified group of fun people, focusing on programs that help make Taos a better place to live. For more information, visit our website taoslions.org or contact Paul White at (802) 779-5401 or email@example.com.
TAOS RETIREMENT VILLAGE is looking for volunteers to assist with activities, reception and a wide variety of tasks based on your experience and interests. If you are dependable, good listeners, compassionate, cheerful, patient, respectful and demonstrate good judgment concerning the dignity and rights of our residents, you will enjoy this work. We welcome you to consider giving your time and talents where and when possible. Please contact Kris Gallegos, life enrichment director at
(575) 758-8248 ext. 112, or at Krisg@taosretirementvillage.com.
TAOS THRESHOLD CHOIR is looking for people who love to sing. Can you communicate kindness with your voice? The Taos Threshold choir may have a lovely opportunity for you. Threshold Choir is a community of women singers who volunteer our voices to bring comfort at bedside to Hospice clients. Please call Annette to learn how to join us at (575)