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Volunteers Still Needed for Flood Recovery in West Virginia

Months after the June floods, West Virginia communities are still need of volunteers to help clean up and rebuild damaged areas.


Volunteering Across the Region

AmeriCorps AmeriCorps is one of three core programs of the Corporation for National and Community Service, a federal agency that calls upon local communities for volunteer opportunities. AmeriCorps programs include disaster relief, anti-poverty efforts and general community support, as well


Volunteering in West Virginia

Big Laurel Learning Center Along the beautiful Tug Fork River near Kermit, W.Va., this rural community center offers environmental service opportunities to educate and assist communities affected by mountaintop removal mining. “The coal mines are right next door and people


Volunteering in Virginia

New River Valley Bike Kitchen This all-volunteer organization located in Christiansburg supplies cheap, recycled bikes to underprivileged citizens. With 19 percent of the New River Valley population under the poverty line and half of the population living within a 10-mile


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