Volunteer Service Reporting
At the UWI Cave Hill Campus we understand the importance of being involved and giving back to the campus and local community. In fact, one of the key attributes our graduates are expected to be is socially, culturally and environmentally responsible. Whether you volunteer one time or many times, your giving back can make a positive difference.
To get started, kindly follow the steps in the How to get Involved in Volunteering section and be sure to log your volunteer work so that we are aware of the impact that you are having on the local community. The Service Hour Verification form should be used by students that are completing their volunteer work at our internal departments or external non-profit organizations.
This form will allow us to keep track of the number of hours that students at the University contribute to the campus, local, national and global community. If you volunteered at an organization/department for a semester or more, please complete the form each time you volunteer. This data is requested to qualify or support applications for certain grants and recognitions. Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the form and for encouraging others to do so.
See Below forms:
INTERNAL OPPORTUNITIESEXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES
YOUNG WOMEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (YWCA)
Contact: Ms. Tamita Griffith
Phone: 826-1867 / 5377308
The purpose of the organization is health, educational and character development of youth. Volunteers are needed to serve breakfast to school age children and to assist with teaching children how to read.
THE SALVATION ARMY (Barbados & St. Lucia)
Contact: Major Sinous Theodore
The Salvation Army is a worldwide evangelical Christian church. Volunteers are needed to serve lunch to the homeless and to teach children Math/Reading/English/Computer skills
SERVICES ALLIANCE FOR VIOLENT ENCOUNTERS
Contact: Ms. Liesel Daisley
The mission of the organization is to eradicate domestic violence from Barbados by the use of innovative strategies. Volunteers are needed to write articles, assist with event planning and social media.
BARBADOS COUNCIL FOR THE DISABLED
Contact: Ms. Roseanne Tudor
The purpose of the organization is to effect change and champion the rights of all persons with disabilities. Volunteers are needed to provide administrative support, event planning and mobility assistance to the disabled.
THE FUTURE CENTRE TRUST
Contact: Ms. Tracy Edwards
Phone: 625-2020/ 620-2021
The purpose of the organization is to raise awareness about the environmental impacts. Volunteers are needed to provide administrative support, website building and management, grant proposal writing and gardening.
DRUG EDUCATION & COUNSELLING SERVICE
Contact: Roger Husbands
The mission of the organization is to reduce drug dependence in our communities with education and counselling services. They work primarily with young boys and girls with substance abuse or behavioral problems. Volunteers are needed to work with youth 8-25 and to assist with teaching children Math /English and in the areas of event planning and administrative support.
THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS (RSPCA)
Contact: Ms. Charmaine Hatcher
The mission of the organization is to promote animal welfare. RSPCA specializes in rescue, animal welfare and preventing animal cruelty. The RSPCA has inspired other societies for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to be formed around the world. Volunteers are needed to walk dogs, clean kennels and perform basic animal grooming.
DIABETES ASSOCIATION OF BARBADOS
Contact: Ms. Stacia Brewster
The primary focus of the organization is education and advocacy to improve the lives of all persons living with diabetes and assist with the prevention of diabetes and its complications. Volunteers are needed to assist with administrative duties and arrange outreaches.
EMPOWER YOUTH INERNATIONAL
Contact: Mrs. Franz Harewood-Hamblin
Phone: 235-5303 / 231-2341
The mission of this organization is to empower at risk young people (5-17) and their families to reach their full-potential by providing aid and support as well as valuable learning opportunities. Through our prevention and socio-educational developmental programmes, we seek to give youths the tools that are necessary to promote and create positive change in their lives and communities. Volunteers are needed to serve as mentors in our youth empowerment programme, assist with social media or provide administrative support
BARBADOS RED CROSS SOCIETY
Contact: Peterson Yearwood
The mission of the organization is to inspire, encourage, facilitate and promote at all times all forms of humanitarian activities with a view to preventing and alleviating human suffering, and thereby contributing to the maintenance and promotion of human dignity and peace in the world. Volunteers are needed to provide IT support, assist with office administration and youth programmes.
PAREDOS (Parent Education for Development in Barbados)
Contact: Mrs. Sheila Stuart
The mission of the organization is to provide quality early childhood education through teaching/ learning initiatives that cater to the overall development of the child. Volunteers are needed to assist with event planning, parenting classes and to provide administrative support.
Heart & Stroke Foundation of Barbados
Contact: Ms. Serkerra Collymore
Phone: 437-3312 / 427-8031
The mission of this organization is to keep people heart healthy and reduce suffering and death from heart disease and stroke. Volunteers are needed to provide social support, assist with physical education and advocacy campaigns as well as in the marketing and counselling areas.