READER’S THEATRE: Fourth Grade Literacy Program
Readers’ Theater is a three-week program for fourth graders that combines reading and performance. This program not only helps students with fluidity of reading and vocabulary but also with presentation skills and learning about theater. Volunteers participate in a drama/literacy technique, which teaches fourth grade students to present a play by using only a script. Volunteers work with children in three one-hour sessions over three weeks in a classroom setting to bring a production to performance.We are now planning for Reader’s Theater at Warner Girls’ Leadership Academy. Join us there in late January or February or at Greenview School in May.Contact: Estelle Bonchek email@example.com or Shelly Friedman at Shellytf@aol.com
IMAGINATION EXPRESS!The third Tuesday of each month during the school year, a group of volunteers go to Family Promise of Greater Cleveland to work with the children for an hour. The volunteers start with song and story and often have the children act out the story or do movement activities. They follow up with an art activity and close with a snack. It is deeply satisfying to bring joy and laughter to these children whose parents are working to become self-sufficient. Family Promise of Greater Cleveland is a transitional housing facility for homeless families who are rebuilding their lives. Volunteers are needed! Give it a try and you will find that the hugs, giggles, and happiness are infectious! Contact: Adrienne Wasserman firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-409-0398
Seeking Volunteers for Legal Aid: Help people who are getting divorced and representing themselves without an attorney. Work in Legal Aid clinics at the Bar Association on the 3rd Friday of every month, 10 a.m. to noon. NO LEGAL EXPERIENCE NEEDED.1375 E 9th St #2, Cleveland, OH 44114
Contact: Susan Bamberger, email@example.com or (440)349-3418
Stork’s NestVolunteer the third Saturday of each month, 9 a.m. – noon, at the Storks Nest in East Cleveland at the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Center (Liberty Hill Baptist Church, 8206 Euclid Ave (Corner of E. 82nd) Cleveland OH, 44103, Second Floor Dining Area). This is a monthly prenatal health education program for low-income pregnant women and their partners. Duties include cooking breakfast, registering pregnant mothers, and helping the mothers shop for items in the store. If interested, please contact Cyndy Fellenbaum at 216-346-3159. (To learn more about the Stork’s Nest, visit www.zphibcleveland.net/storksnest.html)
Candidates’ Night: We are partnering with the League of Women Voters to plan a Candidates’ Night in the spring. Call Laura Kuntz, 216-299-4700, if you’d like to help with planning the event.
To learn more about these and other volunteer activities, Contact Becky Brouman, Director of Volunteers for NCJW/Cleveland at 216-378-2204 Ext. 105
Call and set up a time to talk to Becky Brouman, our Director of Volunteers. Becky can be reached at 216-378-2204 EXT. 105 or contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the Volunteer Sign Up form below.