Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center
Volunteers are essential to the mission of the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center! Each volunteer is a valued member of the Heritage Center team, contributing their time, talent, experience and energy to telling the exciting story of the Cherokee Strip.
A variety of opportunities are available to volunteers, promising a challenging, enjoyable and rewarding volunteer experience. Along the way, volunteers build new relationships, impact the lives of others, and learn about the people and events that have shaped Northwest Oklahoma.
For more information on becoming a Heritage Center volunteer, please contact Andi Holland, Museum Director, (580) 237.1907 Extension 223.
Christmas in Action
Christmas in Action (formerly Christmas in April) only requires giving time to help others by joining Enid area volunteers for the one-day event. The mission of Christmas in Action in partnership with Rebuilding Together, is to preserve and revitalize houses and communities, assuring that low-income homeowners, particularly those who are elderly and disabled, and families with children live in warmth, safety and independence.
CIA Enid Oklahoma
P.O. Box 3534
Enid, OK 73702
Cimarron Valley Chapter of the Red Cross
1013 West Elm
Enid, OK 73703
There are numerous opportunities available for those who want to lend their time and support as a Red Cross volunteer. The Cimarron Valley Chapter is currently seeking volunteers for: Disaster Services, Health and Safety Education, Community Disaster Education Instructors, and many other volunteer positions.
Garfield County Child Advocacy Council
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
1002-1012 E Broadway
Enid, OK 73701
The Court Appointed Special Advocate serves by court order as an Officer of the Garfield County District Court. The CASA serves on a volunteer basis as an independent advocate for the child’s best interests, and monitors the case until a permanent plan is achieved for the child. The CASA is directly responsible to the CASA Supervisor, and come under the rules and guidelines of the Court.
- Age 21 or older.
- Completion of CASA application, police record check and Department of Human Services (DHS), Child Abuse Registry check.
- Participation in pre-service interview.
- Successful completion of CASA pre-service training.
Denny Price Family YMCA
415 W. Cherokee
Enid, OK 73701
Volunteers needed for youth programs and sports coaches.
Enid Gaslight Theatre
221 N Independence St. – Downtown Enid
Enid, OK 73701
Volunteers needed for: Actors, stage hands, box office help, ushers and lots of other fun jobs.
Enid Public Schools
EPS offers many volunteer opportunities – from reading with young children to workroom assistants. Schools are seeking after-school and during-school tutors. Training orientation is provided.
Hospice Circle of Love
314 S. Third
Enid, OK 73701
105 N. Main
Fairview, OK 73737
We enable patients to live a higher quality of life at the end of life through physical, emotional and spiritual support. There are a number of available services, including social workers, nurses, chaplains, therapists and more. Patients are never billed for services.
Hospice Circle of Love is a non-profit organization.
Junior Welfare League
The Junior Welfare League of Enid is an organization of active young women interested in our community’s welfare and growth. Much of the money used to finance our operations comes from Return Engagement, our resale shop located at 201 W. Garriott, where we sell clothing, furniture and household items. Another ongoing source of revenue is our cookbook sales. Our third source of funds comes from our annual Charity Gala. It is an elegant, magical evening of delicious hors d’oeuvres, live music, live silent auctions and great fun!
Leonardo’s Discovery Warehouse
200 E. Maple
Volunteers needed for admissions, working with children, gardening, pottery, any art/science class and wood working.
Our Daily Bread
Contact Sandy Howard at (580) 242.5718 between 7 am and 3 pm.
Open 5 days a week to offer meals for those who need it. Lunch begins at 10:30 am. Volunteers needed to help prepare, serve and clean up after lunch. Can you give 1 or 2 hours one day a week to feed the hungry?
Volunteers needed for working in the general office, clerical office, receptionist desk, computer input, medical assistance, bathing animals, showing animals, animal training and behavior, maintenance outside and inside, carpentry, socializing animals, walking dogs, etc.
Mission: To impact our community by identifying, prioritizing and facilitating the meeting of human service needs.
525 S. Quincy
Enid, OK 7370
Phone: (580) 234.7581
Fax: (580) 234.1284
- Crisis Center Volunteers-
Highly-trained volunteers have extensive contact with clients through Crisis Line coverage, child advocacy, and as a member of the Rape Response Team.
- Support Services Volunteer-
Have limited contact with clients, but are valuable to the continued operation of the Crisis Center. This could include playground maintenance, organizing supplies, beautification, and soliciting donations such as linens, toiletries, clothes and toys.
- My Sister’s Closet Volunteers
Sort and organize donations, clean, and assist My Sister’s Closet staff.
- Youth Volunteers
Assist with the Girl Power Rally, Stop Racism Prejudice Youth Challenge, and the Children’s Christmas Sale.
- Children’s Learning Center Volunteers
Interact with students, plan special activities, organize, clean, assist staff with activities and any other duties as assigned by daycare staff.
- Office Assistant/Maintenance
Assist with general office duties, prepare for meetings, organize supply room, clean kitchens, maintain front flower beds and any other duties as assigned by staff.
- Special Events
Distribute posters and flyers, solicit donations, assist staff with preparation and clean-up, and contribute to the overall event.