Help make a change in someone’s life as well as your own. “Be the change you wish to see in the world”, by sharing your time and talents.
Central Hall Commons would not exist without the support of the local community. Moving Forward we invite you to join us in creating sustainable cooperation with people of all ages and abilities.
“Caring is the gift of making the ordinary special.”
Membership – Becoming a member of Central Hall Commons affords you a number of benefits ______ All MEMBERSHIP contributions go into _____. [See “best practices” in accountability and transparency]
Donations – Financial support is always appreciated and applied to the programs and educational opportunities that need them the most. We accept non-monetary donations and there is always a need for sponsorship
All DONATIONS are tax deductible. See our CHC Wishlist Here. [Link] [501c3 status]
There is no “I” in Team … but there is a “u” in volunteer!
Volunteering –Join Outreach Programs like Calling & Greeting Cards for our Send a Smile Campaign and Shopping for Neighbors in Need. Coordinate or participate directly, all availability is appreciated.
On Site – As a Gathering Place for the community, we welcome friendly faces interested in greeting visitors, answering questions and actively promoting the programs and events we present.
VOLUNTEERING includes annual membership, project parties and may even be used for college and community service credits [VERIFY]
Give us a call at (207) 343-3018, complete our Volunteer Survey or email us at: INFO@CENTRALHALLCOMMONS.ORG and tell us how YOU would like to support Central Hall Commons.
Everyone is welcome!
66% of volunteers want to improve their communities
83% of volunteers give their time to causes because they care.
22% also care about building their skills or resume
VOLUNTEER STYLE: [VEIF Means small flag in Icelandic]
Virtual volunteering – Virtual and off-site volunteering allows community members to contribute time and expertise without ever leaving their home.
Episodic volunteering is any short-term participation preferably at regular intervals, such as annual events or program-specific.
Internships – Students gain valuable experience while serving Central Hall Commons.
Family volunteering blends meaningful service with spending time with loved ones.