Volunteers are always welcome at Shore. Volunteering provides a way to give back to your community. Your time and talent is special and does make a difference in the lives that you touch.
Please take a look at the list below for some of the volunteer opportunities available.
To learn more about volunteering, call 847-982-2030 ext. 216.
Help staff with individuals on outings.
Assist staff in adult groups at Shore’s Lois Lloyd Center.
Help clean Shore’s facilities.
Help individuals obtain outside jobs.
Help development office to stuff, seal and sort large mailings.
Building repair, painting and upkeep.
Assist with gardening and other outside projects.
Assist individuals at lunch with serving, clean-up and socializing.
Assist Shore in developing relationships with businesses, foundations and individuals for support.
Assist with writing articles, taking photographs.
Personally ask businesses, foundations and individuals for support.
Assist at Training Center weekdays with on-going work training projects and quality control.
Shore Joseph Koenig, Sr. Training Center
Help with eCycle, Shore’s electronic recycling business. Volunteers can also help with one day Community Recycling events throughout the year.
Silent and Live Auction
Solicit items from retailers for spring benefit or golf outing.
Use your special talents to teach individuals skills such as balancing a checkbook, cooking, crafts, etc.
Spring Benefit and Golf Outing
Assist at the actual event by selling raffle tickets, helping at checkout, and other activities.
Knights of Columbus’ Annual Tootsie Roll Drive in September
Help can at area stores in Northbrook and Skokie. The fundraising drive is in mid-September each year. Shore receives support from local councils for assisting with this drive.
Please consider including Shore Community Services in your will and estate planning.