Interested in volunteering?
Looking for a rewarding experience?
The New Woodstock Free Library is looking for someone like you to volunteer your time.
This is an opportunity to meet and socialize with your neighbors and friends.
Work at the Computer
And much more!
Students, don’t forget this counts for Community Service.
For more information contact Mary-Ellen Holmes or Renee Beardsley at 662-3134.
For more volunteer programs try these
Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer with CAVAC should stop in at the Dispatcher’s Office at 1 Forman Street, Cazenovia, N.Y. for an application or call the CAVAC business office at (315) 655-9798 to acquire an application and schedule an interview.
(315) 684-3001 ext 116
4-H Clubs offer the opportunity for life skill development, learning and friendship. Through hands-on experiences, youth gain skills they will use their entire life. Youth work with adult volunteer leaders to explore many areas of interest and have FUN doing it!
The Girl Scout Council of Central New York, Inc. (GSCCNY) is the premier personal leadership development program for girls grades K-12. (315) 698-9400
Madison Oneida Red Cross
100 Washington Avenue, Oneida, N.Y. 13421
(315) 363-2900 Fax (315) 363-9628
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Madison-Oneida Chapter of the American Red Cross is committed to the community it serves. From disaster services and preparedness to health and safety courses, your local chapter continues to be a vital presence at work for you.
New Woodstock Historical Society
President (315) 662-3170
Treasurer (315) 662-3841
Railroad Street New Woodstock, N.Y. 13122
RSVP of Madison County is a volunteer program for adults age 55 and over who live or want to volunteer in Madison County. We provide connection to volunteer opportunities with impact. If you want to make a difference in our local community visit our website to see what you can do to help.