Volunteer Delaware is operated by the State Office of Volunteerism. It matches prospective volunteers with community agencies in need of help. Using the Volunteer Delaware website, individuals are linked with agencies that can put them to work. For more information visit the Volunteer Delaware website or contact the State Office of Volunteerism.
Volunteer Delaware 50+ facilitates volunteering for people aged 50 and over. The program helps participants identify their skills and talents and matches them with volunteer assignments in organizations such as schools, hospitals, museums, and other non-profits agencies. It also provides volunteers with insurance, special recognition, and other benefits. For more information visit the Volunteer Delaware 50+ webpage.
The Foster Grandparent Program provides older persons with opportunities to give supportive attention to children in order to help them achieve improved educational, physical, mental, emotional, and social development. Program participants must be aged 55 or older and meet income eligibility requirements. Stipends are available. For more information, visit the Foster Grandparents website.
Disability Inclusion is a project to promote volunteer opportunities for people with disabilities in national programs such as Americorps. The Delaware Disability Inclusion project is operated by Serve Delaware. For more information about volunteer service opportunities in Delaware and the Disability Inclusion project, contact Serve Delaware.