All About Dogs – Beverly Hicks www.allaboutdogscr.com/ Adoption organization made up of volunteers who have a mission to find loving homes for our furry friends.
P.O. Box 476, Magnolia Springs, AL 36555.
Baldwin Animal Control:
www.adph.org/baldwin/assets/BCACCVOLUNTEERHANDBOOK2015.pdf 15050 County Road 49 North, Summerdale, AL 36580, 251-972-6834
Baldwin County Humane Society (BARC!) www.baldwinhumane.org/volunteer/ 22886-C Hwy 98, Fairhope, AL; 251-928-4585 A no-kill, county wide animal welfare and adoptive agency
Stray Love Foundation (cats & dogs) www.straylovefoundation.yolasite.com/ 251-540-2236
P. O. Box 76, Magnolia Springs, AL, 36555
City of Foley www.cityoffoley.org/ 407 East Laurel Avenue, Foley, AL; 251-943-1545
City Boards: Katy Taylor email@example.com Farmers’ & Fishermen’s Market: Prisila Hughes Phughes@cityoffoley.org Fire Dept: Chief Joseph Darby 251-943-1266 Graham Creek Nature Preserve: Leslie Gahagan Lgahagan@cityoffoley.org Library: John Jackson JJackson@cityoffoley.org
Recreation Dept: David Thompson DThompson@cityoffoley.org Sports Tourism Dept: Don Staley Dstaley@cityoffoley.org Train Depot Museum: Bonnie Donaldson (Bdonaldson@cityoffoley.org Welcome Center: LaDonna Hinesley Lhinesley@cityoffoley.org
Foley Elementary, Middle, Intermediate and High Schools: www.bcbe.org/Page/13885
1 Pride Pl, Foley, AL 251-965-6203; Volunteer to mentor, coach, assist a teacher, be a
reading buddy, during or after school hours.
Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation: www.jennifermoorefoundation.com
819 N. McKenzie Street, Foley, AL; 251-971-3633 In the process of helping others improve their self-esteem, Peer Helpers can themselves become leaders and role models. A resource for high school seniors trying to complete their community service hours, college students interested in gaining experience in a nonprofit environment or those in who’d like to assist with a great cause. Also offer an Equine Therapy Group
Masters Environmental Education Program: Baldwin County Extension www.offices.aces.edu Volunteer instructors travel to schools and community groups within the county to present environmental education topics. For more information, call 251-937-7176
S. Baldwin Literacy Council: www.southbaldwinliteracycouncil.com 251-943-7323 21441 US-98, Foley, AL. Providing Basic Adult education as well as reading, GED assistance, Youth in-school, after-school and summer tutoring, and ESL for Spanish-speaking and for other languages
Family, Elderly and Youth Assitance
Ecumenical Ministries: www.baldwinemi.org/ 102 W. Spruce, Foley, AL; 251-943-3445 Providing emergency aid, home repair, prescription aid, Meals on Wheels, and a Christmas Sharing program
Habitat for Humanity: www.baldwinhabitat.org/ 19289 Hwy 59, Summerdale, AL; 251-943-7268
In Baldwin County, HFH is making decent, affordable housing a reality for members of our
Alabama 4-H: www.aces.edu/4-H-youth/AL4-H/forvolunteers/index.php 251-937-7176 302A Byrne Street, Bay Minette, AL 36507 Clubs in Baldwin County for general interest for kids and teens, or focused on archery, leadership, livestock, natural resources
Boy Scouts of America: www.bsamac.org 251-476-4600
2587 Government Blvd. Mobile, AL 36606 Lead or assist with a troop.
Girl Scouts of So Alabama: www.girlscoutssa.org 251-344-3330
3483 Springhill Avenue, Mobile, AL 36608 Lead or assist with a troop.
Turkey Take Out: www.turkeytakeout.com Provides families with a warm meal on Thanksgiving Day as well as non-perishable food items to fill their pantries.
South Baldwin Regional Medical Center: 1613 N McKenzie St, Foley, AL 36535, 251-949-3400
If you're passionate about community service, care deeply for people and have the time and energy, we'd love to have your help at South Baldwin Regional Medical Center. Volunteering opportunities are available in various departments throughout our hospital.
Contact: Mary LaRue-Childre (251) 949-3563
Diversicare of Foley: (formerly Golden Living Nursing Home) 1701 N Alston St, Foley, AL
Janet, Activities Dept. 251-943-2781
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