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Community volunteer Service

"Community Cares"
Serving Our Seniors!

Community Cares Youth Volunteer serving our Seniors
Youth doing volunteer work at a senior home
Executive Director pulling Weeds for senior
Volunteering Community Care Youth Volunteer Program
Youth volunteering to put up Christmas lights for seniors
Community Care Youth Volunteer Program
After product of working on yard, scrubs, raking, etc. an putting up Christmas lights.!
Community Care Volunteer Program stopped to take a picture with the own er of th ehouse!e
Flyer of Community Care Youth  Volunteer Opportunities.

We Support
Pine Ridge High

Pine Ridge High School Logo
Volunteer 5K Brain Walk

5K  Brain Awareness Walk-A-Thon

Foundation serving and feeding at the homeless shelter

Community Outreach Programs

Volunteer at the after School Reading Program

Reading Pal Program 

Our Mission
To create intergenerational volunteer opportunities and programs that bring children and older adults together, allowing them to interact and form bonding relationships that benefit both the children and the older adults, as well as the larger community.

Volunteering with seniors allows children to be active and social within a community, allowing the child to help a potentially vulnerable member of society. Delivering meals or helping at a community dining site teaches the importance and kindness of helping other people.    
What We Believe

The Sia Yorker Community Cares Youth Volunteer Program promotes community service through scholarships, brain awareness, education, food basket giveaways, clothing, toys, bicycle and helmet giveaways, community sponsorships, and other initiatives.

We also recognize the importance and long-term impact that community involvement, such as volunteering, can have on the lives of young people. The Sia Yorker Community Care Youth Volunteer program will not only educate and raise awareness among youth about the importance of community service in one's life, but it wi
ll also create volunteer opportunities for youth to connect with seniors who are unable to physically do some of the chores around the house that they once could, such as mowing the lawn, walking to the mailbox, watering the plants, putting up a Christmas tree, or reading the newspaper, due to health issues.
We believe that intergenerational programs bring children and older adults together, allowing participants and the larger community to interact and build relationships. Individuals benefit from these relationships in a variety of ways, as well as the development of bonds that strengthen communities.

We believe that by being their hands, feet, eyes, and ears, we can demonstrate
"Community Cares" to our seniors.


Become A Volunteer

Participation in volunteer and civic opportunities from an early age instills empathy, inspires a sense of citizenship, and helps youth find pathways to meaningful education and work. We believe young people who volunteer help to improve the present while ensuring healthy, secure futures for themselves and their communities.    

You can spark meaningful activities that will brighten the world through "Community Cares" Youth Volunteer projects! Assist a neighbor in need. Raking, mowing, weeding, and planting are all ways you can help. What are your strengths? Your efforts may benefit someone unable to access it.


Community Care's Youth Awareness and Education programs are designed for students in grades 1 through 12, however, adult volunteers, organizations, and businesses are welcome to volunteer and may sign up using the same volunteer form below. 

Volunteer with Us
Which days are you available?

Thanks for applying to volunteer with us! We'll get back to you soon.

“The heart of a volunteer is not measured in size, but by the depth of the commitment to make a difference
in the lives of others.

We are in need of the following: 



Venue Set Up  & Tear Down


Social Media Experts.
Hostesses and hosts



5K Walk Cheerers 
Water Station  Keepers

Fundraising Ambassadors
Senior Readers
Creative Arts

Tech Team

Emcee/and or Auctioneer

Ticket Sales/ and Check In/Out

In the "Tell us your age, a little about yourself, and your skills" section, please identify your area of interest for volunteering.


If you have a skill that is not listed but you believe will be beneficial to our organization, please specify it on the Volunteer form under "Tell us your age,

a little about yourself, and skills".


Upcoming Events In 2024

Scholarship Application Deadline
6 p.m. February 16, 2024

Completed applications must be received in the
P.O. Mailbox by February 16, 2024, at 6 p.m.


July 15, 2024
Sia's Happy Birthday
Poppin Popcorn Celebration!  

Celebrate Sia's 33rd birthday on Monday, July 15, 2024, with the Poppin Popcorn Fundraiser. All donations are tax-deductible and help the Sia Yorker Medical Science Scholarship Fund.

Popcorn can be ordered
July 15th -19th 

More Info Coming Soon

Please Join Us For The 13th Annual
Sia Yorker
Medical Science Scholarship Banquet & 
Silent Auction 

Saturday, March 2, 2024 

October 2, 2024
5K Brain Hemorrhage Walk/Run

The 14th Annual 5K Brain Hemorrhage/Stroke Walk/Run will take place on Saturday, October 5, 2024, at the Dewey Boster Sports Complex in Deltona, Florida, Pavillion 2.

Businesses and Students create your team now! Middle & High Schoolers this is a great way to earn volunteer hours!


More Info Coming Soon

Youth Volunteering at the African American Museum of the Arts

"The Value Of Youth Interaction
With Seniors"

Interaction with older people can help our youth develop communication skills, empathy, respect, and patience. Interactions with younger generations, on the other hand, can provide older adults with cerebral stimulation as well as the ability to stay linked with societal changes and trends.

Eight reasons why your child should volunteer

1.  It's Fun
 It feels good to be a part of a movement that is positive and charitable in nature. 

2.  Connect with People

Volunteering gives teens and kids a chance to meet with people from all sorts of backgrounds who are united through a common cause. 

3.  Make a Difference

​Volunteering really does make a difference. At the very least, the resources you give help to save money and allow the organizations you volunteer for to do more with the budgets and donations which they have.  


4.  Be Appreciated

Your child will be appreciated. When you volunteer with a willing and open heart, your efforts will be recognized. Volunteering gives your child the ability to grow and build a strong sense of self-esteem. 

5.  Become Aware of what Life is like for the Less         


For children who come from wealthy societies, or who come from families without hardship, volunteering allows them to become aware of what life can be like for the less privileged. 

6.  Learn New Skills

​Volunteers learn all sorts of skills. They learn leadership, organizational, communication and people skills. They learn not only from volunteer leaders, but from peers, by mentoring new volunteers, and from the people they are helping too. Their opportunities to learn are not only multi-fold, but also multi-directional. 

7.  Explore Job and Career Possibilities

If your children are interested in a particular career or type of job, volunteering in an organization which is related to their interest allows them to explore how they feel about working within that environment. 

8.  Allows your child to complete the mandatory       

     community service requirement before graduating

     from high school 

Volunteering at a young age allows your child to accumulate more than enough community volunteer hours, focus on exam preparation, and devote necessary time to college applications.

How does engagement with children and young adults benefit seniors?

Participation in intergenerational programs and meaningful cross-age relationships may decrease social isolation and increase feelings of belonging, self-esteem, and well-being in older adults, while also improving social and emotional skills in children and youth.  By interacting with younger generations, seniors are able to share important life lessons. On the flip side, younger generations are able to teach seniors new ways of looking at life. By building a connection with each other both generations are able to offer the respect and affirmation that humans crave.

Did You Know?

Volunteering opens doors to parts of the world and ourselves that supports learning and growth. Indeed, Winston Churchill once astutely observed, “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.”

We Support
University High 
Academy of Biomedical Science 

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