Volunteer Opportunities in Yokosuka, Japan
Would you like to volunteer here in Yokosuka, Japan?
American Red Cross (ARC)
Volunteers are needed to give educational classes and programs in health services, CPR, First Aid, and swimming. Other volunteer positions include work in the Hospital and Clinics, Dental Clinic, Veterinary Clinic, school health programs, and caseworkers.
Phone: 243 - 7490/5291
Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS)
NMCRS is an emergency financial assistance organization to help active duty and retired Navy and Marine Corps personnel and their families. Volunteers are always needed to function as casework interviewers, computer operators, office staff, public speakers and knitters/crocheters. NMCRS provides training and pays child care for volunteer staff.
Phone: 243 - 7905/4450
Relay For Life (RFL)
Relay For Life is the signature Event of the American Cancer Society and is a team event that promotes survivorship and increases cancer awareness in our community! Families, schools, companies, hospitals and other community groups create teams of 8 to 15 people who take turns walking around a track all night to raise money to find a cure! For more information on registration or volunteering check us out at: www.acsevents.org/yokosukarelay
Event is at the Ikego Track on September 29, 1700 - September 30, 0500
Phone: 246-7680 or 08053843426
FFSC Volunteer Coordinator
The FFSC Volunteer Coordinator can provide information and referral for general volunteering opportunities, and for specific volunteering opportunities other than those acquired through American Red Cross or Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society.
Phone: 246 - 8052
FFSC Ombudsman Program
Command Family Ombudsmen are key resource for Navy family members, particularly when they can facilitate information between the command and individual command families. The Yokosuka Fleet & Family Support Center offers Ombudsman training (Basic, On-going and Advanced) and supports the Yokosuka Ombudsman Assembly. Ombudsman training sessions are held throughout the year and Ombudsman Assembly Meetings are held monthly.
Phone: 243 - 9907/6716
FFSC Family Employment Readiness Program (FERP)
The FERP Program offers a wide range of services and is focused on assisting SOFA sponsored spouses to find employment, volunteer, and job-base training opportunities in the Yokosuka area.
Email: FERP Manager
Takusan Treasures Gift Shop
A nonprofit organization that sells a variety of merchandise and donates its profits. Also continuously seeking volunteers.
Located next to Sabarro's .
Phone: 243 - 3080
COME JOIN THE FUN!!!!
Scouting is not just for the Scout, it is for the whole family. We are always seeking adult volunteers who will donate their time to ensure the growth of our youth. If you enjoy being involved in the community and especially working with kids, Scouting is for you? If you would like information on registration or volunteering, email us at Pack33@gmail.com.
Girl Scouts, Yokosuka
We are always seeking adult volunteers who wish to share their skills and talents. We welcome women and men (18 and older) from all areas who want to work directly with girl scouts or adults on various committees. You can select from a variety of programs, long or short term.
Girl Scout Office: 243-4119
Pets Are Worth Saving (PAWS)
A non-profit, 100% volunteer run animal shelter located across from the base taxi office and NEX depot. We are always looking for good families to adopt, foster kittens, and/or volunteer! Volunteer training is held every Thursday at 6 p.m. For more information, contact us at the info below or stop in during adoption hours Tuesday and Thursday from 3-6 p.m.
PAWS Phone: 243 - 9996
Facebook: PAWS (Pets Are Worth Saving)
A non-profit organization which sells a variety of gently loved items including clothes, baby items, household goods, uniforms, books, decorations and much more! Our profits are given to various organizations in the community annually through YOSC. We are always looking for energetic, friendly volunteers. Please stop by and see us!
Located behind the Chiefs' Club.
Phone: 243 - 4090