Partner Organizations: Do you need volunteers?

NOFFN occasionally hears from interested volunteers who we aren’t able to accommodate.

These folks are ready and willing to volunteer, but unfortunately their available time doesn’t line up with our volunteer opportunities.

We don’t want these potential volunteers’ good intentions to go to waste!

If you are one of our partner organizations that has a need for volunteers, let us know.

We’d be happy to put you on our roster of organizations where we send volunteers.

Email with your information and a brief description of what type of volunteer opportunities you have and we’ll be in touch.

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One comment on “Partner Organizations: Do you need volunteers?
  1. Hello,

    My name is Matthew Wofford. I am the sous chef at Cafe Hope on the westbank, in Marrero. We are farm to table restaurant that has our own garden. We teach at-risk youth age 17 to 23 lifeskills and how to cook. We have a wonderful garden and could always use some help.

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