- City of Redlands, 1 East State Street, Redlands, CA 92373
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Sister Sister Rescue
Foster homes and volunteers needed. Co-founder Allie Johnson from Sister Sister Rescue joining the About Redlands Show on KMET 1490AM.
Listen to segment here
1. How did sister sister rescue get started?
2. What type of dogs do you rescue?
3. Do you have a facility?
4. Who pays for the vet bills/animal care?
5. What are your favorite things about animal rescue?
6. What are the challenges?
7. What are some myths about shelter dogs you'd like to debunk?
8. How can we prevent more animals from ending up in the shelters?
9. Do you do any international work?
10. How can redlands community make a difference?
Cold Weather Shelter
What would you or your grandchildren do in freezing weather with no home? Where do homeless families in Redlands sleep when it's raining?
From December through March when the temperature is below 40 degrees or there is a chance of rain, the Redlands Cold Weather Shelter is open. Volunteers are needed for shifts of only a few hours, not all night, from 7:30 pm to 7:30 am.
The Redlands Cold Weather Shelter needs volunteers. Could you please help with a 3 hour shift, NOT ALL NIGHT, just 2 evenings this winter?
When you are toasty warm in your own bed in your cozy home, think about the Redlands Cold Weather Shelter and how you can help homeless families with just 2-4 hours of your time, only 2 evenings this Winter. For info, please contact Mimi Barre Mimi@MimisWord.com 909-792-4967
Micah House Redlands
- Critical Time: 3:00 -4:00 pm
Join us regularly Monday – Thursday between 3:00-5:00 pm and spend time helping kids with homework and reading. If you have questions contact Dianna at Micah House Chapel (909) 747-7447 or Lisa at Micah House Oxford (909) 747-0319. Thanks so much for your consideration in helping mentor our kids!!
Redlands Animal Shelter
Welcome to the Redlands Animal Shelter volunteer program. If you wish to become a shelter volunteer you must be 18 years of age or older. You are required to fill out an application, be interviewed by the shelter supervisor, and take a guided tour of the shelter facility. If it is agreed upon that you are to become a shelter volunteer, you become an important part in helping our facility provide the best care possible for our many stray or unwanted animals. You may choose to walk our dogs, bathe our dogs, socialize with our cats, and assist in other ways too. For further information, or to set up an appointment, please call the Redlands Animal Shelter (909) 798-7644.
Family Service Association
The Family Service Association is located at 612 Lawton St. Redlands, CA 92374. They are always on the lookout for new volunteers. As a volunteer, you can sort and stock the pantry, help with the newsletter, clerical work, work in the Clothing Room, help with childcare, and more. You will have to fill out an application and attend an orientation before volunteering. Training may be required but will be provided. For more information, call 909-793-2673.
Meals On Wheels
Meals on Wheels is a non profit organization that provides meals to disabled and senior citizens. When you volunteer for Meals on Wheels, you can help deliver the food to homebound members, help prepare food, serve food, cleaning up afterwards, clerical work, etc. The first step is to fill out an application and attend an orientation. Meals on Wheels is located at 21 Grant Street Redlands, CA 92373. Call (909) 792-0716 for more information.
Kimberly House Crest and Gardens
Volunteers are needed to help take care of the Kimberly House Crest and Gardens. Some of the duties you may be doing are working in the gift shop, taking care of the garden and grounds, repairs, clerical and working at special events. Kimberly House Crest and Gardens is located at 1325 Prospect Drive, Redlands, CA 92373. You can call (909)792-2111 for more information.
Redlands Humane Society
If you love animals, then volunteering at the Redlands Humane Society may be ideal for you. Volunteer opportunities may include working directly with the animals by socializing, feeding and cleaning up after them. If you'd like to help from the comfort of your own home, you can be a Foster Parent to a kitten, puppy or adult animal. While you're a foster parent, you provide love and get them used to being around people as well as monitoring them. For more information, call (909) 792-6199.
Hands On Inland Empire
There are actually two programs. One is Hands On Inland Empire and the other Kid Smart. If you work with Hands On, some of the duties they have are tutoring, feeding the homeless, helping the elderly, taking care of abandoned pets etc. Kid Smart is more kid oriented and you may be putting together food packets, stocking school supplies, etc. For more information, call 909-980-2857 extension 216. The East Valley Program Office is located at 1235 Indiana Ct., Ste. 104 Redlands, CA. 92374.
Never Alone program in need of volunteers
A local Redlands community program, created to assist the elderly, is getting a helping hand from students in the Social Work program at Cal State San Bernardino. The Never Alone Project was established in 2001 to address the problems faced by many elderly within the community and foster a better connection with others.
The Never Alone program was created in 2001 as a project of the Redlands Police Department, to connect with seniors in the community. Volunteers were recruited to call and check on the welfare of homebound senior citizens. If they were unable to connect with them, a police officer would be dispatched to check on the senior citizen. According to the City of Redlands website, if those seniors in need of assistance were not contacted or found within 24 hours, “half of those could suffer serious injury or death.” In 2006 alone, Redlands police responded to more than 130 reports of missing senior citizens, proving how valuable this program is to those individuals and the community in general.
The Never Alone Project has evolved from its original form and is now run by the City of Redlands Quality of Life Department. It covers the communities of Redlands, Highland, Loma Linda, Yucaipa, and Mentone. The program uses volunteers to routinely call and establish a connection with the senior citizens in the community. These volunteers check in on the seniors to verify their health and safety, but they also try to become a friend, someone that seniors can look forward to speaking with on a weekly basis. In situations where someone may be in need of help or they fail to answer the phone call, a police officer is dispatched to check on their status.
Students from the Cal State San Bernardino Social Work program are getting involved in order to gather more support for the project. The Never Alone Project relies entirely on volunteer support, and they are always in need of anyone who may be interested in participating in the program.
Questioning if being a volunteer is for you? Put yourself in the senior’s shoes; if you were all alone and had no family members to contact, would you like someone to take the time to call you and make sure everything was OK? Of course you would! So visit the Redlands Community Senior Center at 111 W. Lugonia Ave, or call (909) 798-7579 for information or to become a volunteer.
Angels' Closet Charities
We are located at Redlands East Valley High School in the temporary classrooms T" Wing. This is the only place you can take your donations. If you would like to bring donations, please call me at (909)794-7967. We collect gently used/new clothing. The clothing should be clean without stains and tears; and stylish for a teenager. These young people have litte or nothing and we want to have nice things for them to wear. It really is touching when they try on the clothing and get so excited! What you all do to help us mean so much to these young people. You are always welcome to come by and see the closet.
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