The Boys & Girls Club of Coastal Carolina includes clubs in Morehead City, Beaufort, Havelock, and New Bern. (See locations and club phone numbers below.) The club relies on volunteers in all aspects of its operation, including tutoring, special skills training, fund-raising, homework help and administrative support. Volunteer positions vary and include...more about Boys & Girls Club of Coastal Carolina
Volunteers help in a variety of capacities for the Carteret County Domestic Violence Program. An upscale resale shop, Caroline's Collectibles, 3716 Arendell Street in Morehead City, is completely staffed by volunteer help. Additional volunteers serve on the board, assist at the program's center for non-violence, help in Caroline's House and help...more about Carteret County Domestic Violence Program
The Carteret County General Hospital volunteer program began in 1977 and today has a vital group helping in 30 different areas of the hospital. In addition to providing support for the hospital, the volunteers also raise funds for the Hospital Foundation through various fundraising activities held throughout the year. The largest...more about Carteret County General Hospital
The Carteret Literacy Council helps adults with reading, writing, math, citizenship, and everyday life skills. Private sessions are arranged by the tutor-student team who meet once or twice a week at a location convenient to both parties. Volunteer training is coordinated by the Literacy Council every three months. In addition, the...more about Carteret Literacy Council
After training, Guardian ad Litem volunteers are assigned by the juvenile court to investigate cases of child neglect or abuse and to report their findings to the court. This advocate for the child ensures that the child's interests are properly presented to the court....more about Guardian ad Litem
Home Delivered Meals volunteers are always needed to deliver hot meals to homebound elderly. This program, which includes service areas in Beaufort and Newport, is operated by Carteret County Aging Services.
A division of Carteret General Hospital, Hospice of Carteret County trains volunteers to serve patients and care-giving families. They provide relief and support for family members by keeping the patient company, running errands and serving as a vital link between the family and Hospice staff....more about Hospice of Carteret County
Project Christmas Cheer began in 1985 when a group volunteered their time to assist an overflow of families seeking assistance from the Carteret County Department of Social Services. Volunteers take applications and match the applicants with donors. Donors make arrangements to deliver Christmas gifts such as food, toys, blankets, fuel oil...more about Project Christmas Cheer