- Start a Gameclub
- Help Serve a Lunch Meal or Deliver a Meals on Wheels
- Lead a Fitness and Health Class
- Teach Seniors Technology
Isaacs Center volunteers representing a broad range of ages, experiences, and backgrounds participate in day-long service projects, monthly events, weekly activities, and even perform essential daily tasks like serving meals to seniors and reading stories to children.
Who can be a volunteer? Professional men and women with spare time and an hunger to help, children and young adults interested in service learning opportunities, and corporate partners seeking to improve the lives of vulnerable New Yorkers, just to name a few! And then, of course, there are our Senior Center Members who provide essential supports to their peers, welcoming new members, hosting activity groups, and reaching out to members in need.
The Isaacs Center could not flourish without this extraordinary support.
Here are ways you can get involved today:
For more information about volunteering, please contact Gigi Verkaik, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your generous investment will help the Isaacs Center to provide transformative experiences and opportunities to children and their families, young adults, and seniors.
In addition, the older adults from Isaacs would benefit from:
The Isaacs Center Fellowship is a program for high school students who possess a deep interest in community service. The fellowship is designed to provide practical and engaging learning experiences for high school students. Fellows will be responsible for serving as Special Assistants to Isaacs Center senior leaders for two weeks during the summer. Through this experience fellows will be responsible for planning and facilitating program activity, as well as helping to organize and plan programs for the fall. Fellows will attend panels and lectures by key Isaacs Center staff and other non-profit leaders on Fridays.