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Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping youth reach their potential through one-to-one mentoring. The program has grown to Wakulla County but could not exist without the support of volunteers. As a Big Brother or Big Sister you can impact the life of a child by offering your time and friendship. Volunteers spend just four hours a month with their Little Brother or Sister and can involve them in activities that they already like to do. More information about the program can be found by visiting www.bigbendmentoring.org/wakulla. If you would like to make a lasting impact on the life a child, please contact Ellyn Scanlan firstname.lastname@example.org. If you know of a potential volunteer or youth ( ages 6-16) who could benefit from the program, please pass this message along.
Friends of the Library
WE NEED HELP
If you love our library, please help us…
We need active members of the Friends of the Library. Our whole mission is to help this community treasure in any way we can, often by raising funds to keep the programs you love operating. Think about what the library brings to Wakulla County and please attend a Friends meeting the 4th Thursday of every month between 6 and 7 p.m.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, email email@example.com
Next meeting: due to Thanksgiving, TBD - Mark your calendar now.
We need you!
Call Sue 926-4244 for more information.
Florida Wild Mammal Association
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Saint Francis Wildlife Association
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Gulf Specimen Marine Lab
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Wakulla County Health Department Offerings
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Men’s Fraternity of Wakulla news & volunteer projects
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Citizens for Humane Animal Treatment
Citizens for Humane Animal Treatment/the Wakulla County Adoption Center need volunteers. CHAT is a non profit organization that raises funds to feed, house, give medical care and spay/neuter the animals, as well as provide educational programming to the community. Opportunities abound for anyone who’s interested, including: developing and delivering community outreach programs, website design, and socializing the animals. Training and risk management is provided by CHAT. Contact 850-926-0890 or 850-926-0891 for more information or to get started