Druker Office of Community Engagement

Volunteer Opportunities

This page is dedicated to the community partnerships between the Druker Office of Community Engagement and agencies in the Lewiston-Auburn, Maine area. There are great opportunities within the community who are always looking for new & experienced volunteers. The types of volunteering in the Lewiston-Auburn area are diverse and can accommodate any range of time, experience and commitment. Some of the agencies listed below and on the Community Engagement Partners page also offer internship opportunities. Enjoy browsing our selection below & please reach out with any further questions! 

If you are seeking information on internships or student employment, please contact Sandy Croft.

 

Events

 

Husky Day of Service

Husky Day of Service is an annual day for a group of community service volunteers to give back to the communities in which our campuses are located! If you are willing to help us, lets make it official! 

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Ongoing Opportunities

Please be aware that due to COVID-19, many community partners may not be taking new volunteers at this time.  

 

Trinity Jubilee Center 

Location: 51 Spruce Street in Lewiston, Maine

Phone: (207) 782-5700 

Email: info@trinityjubileecenter.org

Trinity Jubilee Center addresses unmet needs of underserved people in Maine’s Lewiston-Auburn area through collaboration with local, state, and federal organizations, as well as other agencies and churches. We meet these needs through services that include a Meals Program, Food Pantry, Outreach, a Warming Center, and Refugee Assistance. 

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Advocates for Children

Location: 124 Canal St., Suite A in Lewiston, Maine

Phone:  (207) 783-3990

Since 1978, Advocates For Children has played an essential role in Androscoggin County as a leader in child abuse prevention. We firmly believe that supporting the healthy growth and development of children and families occurs through a commitment to life-long education and community outreach. AFC serves as a comprehensive resource for parents of children of all ages, answering questions, providing workshops and classes, and helping parents navigate the challenging world of raising children. 


Tree Street Youth

Location: 144 Howe Street in Lewiston, Maine

Phone: (207) 5776386

Tree Street Youth supports the youth of Lewiston-Auburn, Maine through academics, the arts and atheltics. We provide Lewiston-Auburn youth with a safe space that encourages healthy physical, social, emotional, and academic development while building unity across lines of difference. 


American Red Cross 

Email: Eric Gagnon:  Eric.Gagnon@RedCross.org  

Phone: (207) 874-1192 x115  

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.​ 

 


Auburn Public Library

Location: 49 Spring St. Auburn, Maine

Phone: 207-333-6640

Auburn Public Library brings people, resources and ideas together to engage, enlighten and enrich community.

 


Community Little Theatre 

Location: 30 Academy St, Auburn, Maine

Phone: (207) 783-0958 

Email: info@laclt.com 

Community Little Theatre's mission is to provide education and personal exposure to the art of entertainment of live state in the form of both musicals and non - musical productions.  We are a local membership organization whose members offer a wide variety of personal talents.


Good Shepard Food Bank 

Location: 3121 Hotel Road, Auburn, Maine

Phone: 207-782-3554 ext 1169

The mission of Good Shepherd Food Bank is to eliminate hunger in Maine by sourcing and distributing nutritious food to people in need, building strong community partnerships, and mobilizing the public in the fight to end hunger.


 

 

 

 

 

Didn't find what you're looking for? Please reach out to the Druker Office of Community Engagement (DOCE) for more opportunities!