Senior Citizen's Guide digital books
Senior Citizen's Guide to Cleveland

Volunteerism and Community Service Opportunities in Cleveland, Ohio Area


Better Business Bureau
2217 E. 9th Street, Ste. 200 • Cleveland, OH

— Volunteer opportunities for answering telephones, complaint handling, mediation and arbitration, public speaking, data entry, receptionist and clerical duties.

Business Volunteers Limited
200 Public Sq., Ste. 2650 • Cleveland, OH

— Opportunities for volunteers in a variety of areas from social services to fine arts.

Foster Grandparent Program

— Low income volunteers age 60 and over commit themselves twenty hours per week to give affection, understanding, and stimulation to handicapped and special needs children. Benefits: tax exempt stipend. Stipend doesn't affect subsidized rent, SSI, food stamps.

Goodwill Industries of Greater Cleveland
2295 East 55th Street • Cleveland, OH

Jewish Family Service Association
24075 Commerce Park Rd. • Beachwood, OH

— Volunteer as meals on wheels drivers, clerical support, medical/social drivers, English tutors, friendly visitors and more.

Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
Cuyahoga County • 216-391-9500
Southwest • 216-676-6441
Lorain County • 440-244-6261
Cleveland • 216-881-6505
Lake County • 440-269-3015

— RSVP is part of Senior Corps, a network of national service programs that provides older Americans the opportunity to apply their life experience to meeting community needs.

SCORE (Senior Corps of Retired Executives)
Cuyahoga County • 216-522-4194
Lake County • 440-357-2290

United Way Services of Greater Cleveland
1331 Euclid Avenue • Cleveland, Ohio

The Urban League of Greater Cleveland
1255 Euclid Ave, Suite 205 • Cleveland, OH

YMCA of Greater Cleveland
2200 Prospect Ave. Ste 900 • Cleveland, OH

Home    Featured Programs    Choose Local Area     Request Information

A JR Media Publication • www.jrmediallc.comSite Index