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Green Tree Community Service Opportunities
Volunteer! Show Your Community Pride!
Community Service Hours for High School Students
For more information about any of the community service opportunities below, please get in touch with the group's contact listed below. Be Green Tree proud and volunteer to make your corner of the world better!
Green Tree Farmers Market - May through October
Volunteers needed to help with set up and tear down of the popup tents, tables and chairs on Thursdays during farmers market season. Set up begins at 3:00 p.m. on Thursdays. Tear down and dismantling of the same is needed at closing at 7:00 p.m. Join the fellowship of the volunteers, vendors, and meet and greet your neighbors and friends. High school students are welcome to help while earning community service hours.

Contact the Green Tree Municipal Center Office at 412-921-1110 or email rca@greentreeboro.com.

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Friends of the Green Tree Public Library
Help needed on the first Saturday of each month at the library. Assist in collection, evaluation, repacking, and storage of book donations for annual book sale.

Help at the annual Used Book Sale in October by assisting in moving, unpacking, and arranging books during the set up and/or help customers with purchases during the sale. Possibility of 3-15 hours.

Contact Barbara Price at 412-951-6113 or email homage1144@gmail.com.

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Green Tree Borough
Help needed with Summer and Winter Recreation Programs, Halloween Happening (October), Light Up Green Tree (December), 4th of July Celebration (July), Seniors Picnic (August, miscellaneous community events (throughout the year), Octoberfest (September). Assist residents with snow removal and yard maintenance.

Contact the Green Tree Municipal Center Office at 412-921-1110 or email rca@greentreeboro.com.

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Green Tree Garden Club
Help with the planting and general maintenance of flower beds throughout the borough. Assistance with annual Spring 'N Things sale in the spring.

For more information, contact Helen Sturgulewski at 724-622-8325 or email hgs15220@gmail.com.

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Green Tree Public Library
Students scheduled with regular volunteers approximately two hours per week. Assistance needed in shelving books and keeping shelves in order, various library projects, e.g., cutting out shapes for Storytimes. Summer opportunities include working with children in the Summer Reading Program.

For more information or to volunteer, contact Shannon Barron at 412-921-9292 or email sbarron@greentreeboro.com.

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Green Tree Volunteer Fire Company
Assist firefighters with upkeep of equipment and general maintenance of fire station and vehicles.

Contact Rino Lindsey at 412-921-9366 or email rrlindsey@comcast.net.

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Green Tree Woman's Civic Club
Assistance needed with annual spring activity for children of the borough and help making lap robes for veterans (March-April), face painting at the Farmers' Market (June), and during Octoberfest (September).

Contact Rita Wicht at 412-921-5474 or email swicht@comcast.net.

 

Historical Society of Green Tree
Computer data entry, books and shelf maintenance, exhibits, general office work, research, website updates, preparing material for archives. Tuesday mornings and evenings as well as special occasions.

Contact Walt Heckla at 412-921-8013 or email GreenTreeHistory@hotmail.com.

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Keystone Oaks Area Soccer Association
Assistant coaches needed. Help needed painting and maintaining fields, assisting with soccer registration, and working the concession stand during games.

For more information, or to volunteer, visit http://www.koasoccer.com or email BryanTaylor@chesleybrown.com.

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Global Links
Global Links, located on Trumbull Drive in Green Tree, is looking for volunteers to assist with in-kind donations, administrative tasks, such as data entry or filing, or small packing projects while covering the desk. Help needed Monday through Friday, 9-5, and shifts can be one to four hours long.

For more information, or to volunteer, email kgascoine@globallinks.org. For more information about Global Links visit their website at http://www.globallinks.org.

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The Salvation Army
Emergency Disaster Services

The Salvation Army's Emergency Disaster Services are seeking strong volunteers to join their team. Emergency Disaster Services gives back in a unique way!

For more information, or to volunteer, email brandy.warner@use.salvationarmy.org or call Brandy Warner, Volunteer Coordinator, at 412-861-3557 (cell) or 412-922-4808, ext. 108 (office).

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Unity (formerly Wallace Memorial) Food Pantry
Unity (formerly Wallace Memorial) Food Pantry Needs Volunteers to help make large pickups of food from the Food Bank on the first Tuesday of each month. These volunteers will meet in the church parking lot at 7:15 a.m., and take the church van to Duquesne, where they will load the van with food for the Unity Food Pantry. Once back at the church, the volunteers will help to unload the van and take the food down to the pantry. Total commitment will be about three hours each time. Volunteers should be healthy and able to lift up to 50 pounds. Food received from the Food Bank makes up over 75% of the food we distribute to clients, so these pickups are an essential part of us being able to provide ample nutritious food for our ever-growing client base. If you can help out with one or more first-Tuesday pickups, please contact Sally Petro at sarpetro@msn.com or 412-531-2868.

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