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Places to Volunteer in Greenfield

Donate your time and talent to one of these organizations.

For many, money is tight, making it hard to make financial donations to worthy causes. But you still feel the need to do something.

Greenfield Patch has put together a list of organizations that are looking for volunteers. If you have the time, you can make a difference.


7325 W Forest Home Ave.
414-329-5370
Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Assist with senior activities, especially helping in kitchen and serving food.
  • Assist with special events for seniors (such as walks).
  • Assist with other special events (such as Breakfast with Santa).


9400 Boerner Dr., Hales Corners
414-525-5650
Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Children's and adult education (lead tours, present slide shows, assist with educational programs, greet participants).
  • Administration/clerical (computer help, write, stuff envelopes)
  • Garden docents (lead Garden Tours)
  • Gift shop assistants (create displays, assist customers)
  • Greeter (welcome guests)
  • Library aides (shelving, catalog processing, data entry, help visitors)
  • Special events, trade shows, outreach activities (set up, greeting visitors, staffing booths)

For more information: Boerner Botanical Gardens Volunteer Opportunities


5310 W. Layton Ave.
414-321-9595
Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Volunteers enhance the services provided by the Greenfield Library by contributing their time toward a variety of volunteer tasks, such as Adopt-a-Shelf, help with the Garden, assist with Children’s Programs or help staff with whatever needs to be done. Library volunteers can make a commitment to regular, ongoing volunteer tasks, or they can help staff with special projects or events. 

For more information:  Greenfield Public Library Go to: About: Jobs & Volunteering

11311 W. Howard Ave.
414-546-9622
Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Program (coaching Youth Sports, mentoring students, assisting with child care program)
  • Philanthropy (help raise funds)
  • Special events (help plan, promote and run events)
  • Advisory or policy (provide leadership)

For more information: Volunteer at the YMCA


3939 S. 92nd St.
414-321-1800
Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Escorting residents to and from in-house activities.
  • Escorting residents on outings.
  • Assisting in Gift Shop and Country Store
  • Delivering mail
  • Pastoral Care
  • Fun new opportunities arise daily!

For more information: Clement Manor Volunteer


9200 W. Layton Ave. 
414-425-5600
Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Calling or assisting at bingo games
  • Assisting with crafts
  • Playing chess, scrabble or cribbage
  • Helping with parties and socials
  • Computer lab assistant
  • Friendly visitor

More information: Layton Terrace Volunteer Opportunities


11125 W. Layton Ave.
414-427-1655
Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Office help
  • Health and fitness
  • Holidays and special occasions
  • Personalized care
  • Specialized groups
  • Entertainment
  • Day trip escorts

For more information: Castle Home Care Volunteer


7210 W. Edgerton Ave.
414-281-2171
Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Providing your time and talent to help make Wisconsin a healthier community enables the BloodCenter to make a difference in the lives of patients.

For more information: BloodCenter of Wisconsin Contact Us (Volunteering)

Frances Ziegler October 24, 2011 at 12:53 PM
The Partners of Greenfield Parks and Recreation, Inc. (separate from the City of Greenfield Parks and Recreation Department) also need volunteers. If anyone is interested please give me a call. Frances Ziegler @ 414-801-3612. Thank you.

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