Volunteers are the backbone of non-profits across the Miami Valley. Thank you for considering sharing your time and talents with ThinkTV. While there are certain months of the year where volunteers are needed more regularly, our needs tend to be project driven. Below is a list of volunteer needs that arise in any given year.
Mailing Assistance—folding/stuffing letters for various departments
Labelling Books for educational workshops
Assembling Workshop Supplies/Handouts
Compiling data from member surveys
Special Event Assistance – Greeters, escorts, beverage pouring, food assistance, set-up/teardown
Auction – Copywriting/scripting items for sales on Saturdays primarily
Auction Week Volunteers in all areas (April 21-26, 2014)
Receptionist Relief – Greeting guests, answering/transferring in-coming phone calls
Please e-mail email@example.com for more details on how to get involved!
ThinkTV events are made possible in part with funding from the following:
The 2014 GreatTV Auction is slated for April 21 – 26, 2014 and is celebrating 38 years as a premier event in the Miami Valley! The six-day televised fund-raising event involves hundreds of volunteers and thousands of donated items and services. All proceeds from the event directly benefit the ThinkTV Network. The full auction website opens for browsing and bidding on major gift items in March,...
ThinkTV is pleased to provide area screenings and health education opportunities on our website. Check out this summer's offerings - everyday presents a new opportunity to stay healthy. The Healthy Balance Community Health Calendar is made possible with support from Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
We present many free workshops that are open to the public and geared toward parents, child-care providers and center staff. Find out more about these community workshops.
In response to the crisis threatening our neighborhoods and cities,ThinkTV, in partnership with WYSO, has launched Facing the Mortgage Crisis, a community engagement initiative designed to connect area residents to trusted foreclosure prevention resources. Visit Facing the Mortgage Crisis »