Here, you’ll find ways and opportunities to give your time, treasure or talent, that can benefit you, your schools and your neighborhoods.



Join us!

The Growing Together Mobilization team welcomes you to all of the schools and neighborhoods events.

If you live in the Kendall-Whittier neighborhood, contact Cristi Almader, Community Mobilization Coordinator:

If you live in the Eugene Field neighborhood, contact Brian Beebe, Community Mobilization Coordinator:


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MLK Day, Jan 18, location TBD
As a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy of service to others, City Year considers MLK Day as a day ‘on’ not ‘off’. Each Martin Luther King Jr. Day, City Year mobilizes its 2,800 corps members and thousands more volunteers for a day of service in communities across the nation. In coordination with local partners, City Year AmeriCorps members and volunteers engage in service projects that include painting schools, beautifying neighborhoods and parks, serving in soup kitchens, supporting senior citizens, and running educational activities for children.
Global Youth Service Day, April 18, location TBD
Celebrating 28 years, Global Youth Service Day recognizes the positive impact that young people have on their communities year-round. Held each year in April, Global Youth Service Day is a time when millions of young people come together for celebrations and community service projects, often designed to address and raise awareness around tough community issues. With Global Youth Service Day projects in all 50 states and more than 135 countries, it is the largest service event in the world.

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You can make a difference in the life of a child in just one hour a week

  • No formal teaching experience is required
  • Commit just one hour a week
  • Reading centers are open Mon-Thurs at local schools

Reading Partners provides you with:

  • A highly effective, easy-to-use curriculum
  • In-person training and on-site support
  • The opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life




After-School Programs

Do you have a talent?  Share it!  After-School programs strive to meet two days a week from 3 to 5 p.m.

Reading clubs, art clubs, chess clubs, sports whatever it is let us know!

Contact Caitlyn Turner, Eugene Field Elementary School Director of Community Initiatives – YMCA.

Mentorship Interest Form

Thanks for your interest in our mentoring opportunities at junior high or high school student at Rogers.

Please complete the following information and one of our Site Coordinators at Rogers Junior and College High School will contact you.

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Commitment can be flexible but ideally two days per week for a one hour block.  Working with Kindergarten and 1st grade students on letter recognition and sight words or math tutors for Kindergarten – 3rd grade.

For more information please contact Jennifer Boyer, Eugene Field Elementary School Site Coordinator – Communities in Schools.

Volunteer at Webster High School

October – March Report Card Conferences

Report Card Conferences are conducted twice each year, and they give students the opportunity to meet with professionals from our community who serve as volunteer / mentors for a brief conferencing session.  During this time, the volunteer mentor and the student review the student’s grades and discuss the student’s strengths and opportunities to improve.

November – Canned Food Drive

It is our hope to help meet the needs of those less fortunate. We believe that working with community level partners helps us as we collect and distribute goods to those in need.


January – MLK Day of Service

As we celebrate the legacy Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we understand that service is the best way to honor him. At Webster, we use this day to participate in an activity that promotes and supports the strongest sense of community.

More information:

Stephani Allen-Brown

(918) 313-8867


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Volunteer at Clinton Middle School

Report Card Conferences: Thursday, January 28.  This is an opportunity for you to connect with our students and speak to them about their academic goals.

We currently need volunteers from 8:00-11:00 am and 12:15-3:15 pm.  If you are available and willing to volunteer during one of those times or any portion of those times, please RSVP to Mr. Burnett at or