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Volunteer Opportunities
American Cancer Society
Tel: (949) 261-9446
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Tel: (714) 544-7773
The mission of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Orange County is to make a positive influence in the lives of children and youth, primarily through a professionally supported One-To-One relationship with a caring adult and to assist them in achieving their highest potential as they grow to become confident, competent and caring individuals, by providing committed volunteers, quality leadership and standards of excellence.

Boys & Girls Club of South Coast Area
Laguna Beach - Tel: (949) 494-2545
Capistrano Valley - Tel: (949) 240-7898
The Boys & Girls Club is committed to creating an environment where young people can be challenged in many different areas: from computers, to art, to reading, to athletics. The Boys & Girls Club is more than just a place to go after school. It offers outstanding programs for youth ages six through 18. Programs include tutoring and homework help in our Learning Center, sports leagues for boys and girls, art classes, as well as just having fun and playing in our game room.

The J.F. Shea Therapeutic Riding
Tel: (949) 240-8441
The J.F. Shea Therapeutic Riding Center stands dedicated to improving the cognitive, physical and psychological abilities of disabled children and adults through therapeutic horseback riding and other equine programs. The Center will provide a safe and nurturing environment for individuals who will be challenged by professional instructors, therapists and trained volunteers. Additionally, the Center is committed to assisting in the growth and enhancement of the field of equine therapy.

Laguna Niguel Holiday Parade
Tel: (949) 425-5100
The holiday parade is one of the premier events in Laguna Niguel featuring celebrities, marching bands, equestrian units, youth groups, vehicles, civic groups, schools, local dignitaries and, of course, Santa. The parade takes place in December and they are always looking for volunteers to help out.

Laguna Niguel Library
Tel: (949) 249-5261
Laguna Niguel Library volunteers provide invaluable hours of assistance to branches and OCPL administrative headquarters. These individuals are trained in a variety of ways by professional librarians to help where needed.

Laguna Niguel Parks & Recreation Department
Tel: (949) 425-5100
The City of Laguna Niguel’s Parks & Recreation Department is continuously seeking volunteers for a variety of recreation programs, including Bunny Blast, Volunteer Connection Day, Haunted Trails and more. This fun opportunity provides experience working with children and adults in a recreation setting.

Laguna Niguel Senior Center
Tel: (949) 425-5151
The City of Laguna Niguel Parks and Recreation Department operates the Sea Country Senior & Community Center. No membership is required to attend the facility and many of the activities are offered at low or no cost.

Laura’s House
Tel: (949) 366-4973
Laura's House offers a safe-haven for women and children in need of shelter from an abusive relationship.

Leashes of Love: Dog Rescue
Tel: (949) 445-5558
Volunteer with Leashes of Love and earn volunteer credit hours for working with homeless dogs.

Meals on Wheels
Tel: (949) 499-7575
The Meals on Wheels program provides meals to individuals 60 years of age and older, who are living at home and unable to prepare their own meals or go out to eat, and have little or no assistance to obtain adequate meals.

Niguel Botanical Preserve
Tel: (949) 362-4384
Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Niguel Botanical Preserve. There is a place for everyone, whether you’re a take-charge organizer, a weekend putterer or looking for a productive activity for your group in an outdoor setting.

One O.C.
Tel: (714) 953-5757
With One OC explore all of the different ways you can get involved to make a difference in Orange County.

Special Camp 4 Special Kids
Tel: (949) 661-0168
Special Camp for Special Kids provides a revolutionary educational and recreational summer day camp for youth with disabilities in one-to-one peer relationships with volunteer counselors.

Trauma Intervention Program
Tel: (714) 314 0744
Becoming a TIP volunteer is a way of making a hands on difference in someone’s life when they really need someone.