In the midst of the state and federal budget cuts, high unemployment, and generally sagging economy, Coastline would be lost without its strong group of dedicated and committed volunteers. Coastline volunteers are absolutely vital to the success of Coastline’s programs and mission.
That is why we are incredibly proud to report that in 2010, our volunteers donated 74, 803 hours of their time saving taxpayers an estimated $1.9 million in paid labor while helping hundreds of local elderly and children.
And to say thank you, we have invited our volunteers to a Volunteer Luncheon at the Hawthorne Country Club on April 29th.
If you are interested in volunteering at Coastline, there are several different opportunities. The Money Management Program volunteers help individuals organize their finances and stay on top of their bills. The Foster Grandparent volunteers work in classrooms and day cares assisting and mentoring children. Volunteers also deliver meals to the elderly and help with office work and special events. There is a place for everyone.