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We volunteers do everything. We come together to prepare in advance of times of crisis. We give voice to our frail, isolated and otherwise invisible populations and our neighbors to ensure they remain connected with their community and able to provide input, relay life experiences and shared wisdom. We are the connective tissue of society.

We may not be paid in spendable dollars, but we are never-the-less compensated 100 times over by the knowledge that every shared moment, shared skill or small act of kindness, consideration or compassion is contributing to the overall effort to make life better - for someone else, for ourselves individually, and for the collective "us."

The Community is currently developing a Volunteer Campus in San Andreas to accommodate a variety of activities, provide a meeting place for organizations and groups, a community garden, public emergency outreach, training, and much more!

 

 Does your group or organization need a place to hold a meeting?
 
The Volunteer Center now has some great spaces to accommodate large and small groups.
    
For a tour of the facility or reserve a room, contact us at 
(209) 754-1699 or email calaverasvolunteer@sbcglobal.net.

 
Volunteer Training 
Learn to Co-Lead Healthier Living Workshops in Calaveras County.
 

Are you interested in helping others improve their health?
Have a chronic health condition yourself?
Comfortable speaking in front of a small group?
Available to co-lead a weekly workshop for six weeks?

If you answered 'yes' to the above questions, become a leader for the 
Healthier Living Workshop Program!

To learn more, call Bonnie Nordby at Calaveras County Public Health at
 (209) 754-6034 or email bnordby@co.calaveras.ca.us.
 
Click here for flyer with more details. 


 
Visit the
CalFire website

Our community once again had to face the devastation of another fire. We will continue to experience large and small fires during the high-fire season. Our neighbors will be endangered and will have to face the potential loss of property.
 
The Tuolomne-Calaveras Unit of CalFire has put together a slide show and check list to help you identify areas around your home that will make it easier for them to protect your home.

CLICK HERE FOR SLIDE SHOW
a picture is worth a thousand words!


CLICK HERE FOR
HOME OWNERS INSPECTION FORM
 
 

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Last Updated: April 22, 2019