The Dulye Leadership Experience (DLE) is committed to bringing out the best in the Berkshires and beyond through volunteer outreach from our dynamic community of new, rising and experienced leaders in diverse industries, organizations and roles. Core to our mission is giving back to help others move forward–through mentoring, career coaching and community service.
Volunteers have always been HooRWA’s backbone, whether dragging trash out of the river or providing highly specialized expertise. They include paddling enthusiasts, business owners, event organizers, teachers, artists, ecologists, parents, environmental scientists, planners, students, and –mostly!– people who just like taking care of our rivers and streams. Whether you are most comfortable in a boat,…
We encourage you to write letters to our legislators to share your experience with the food pantry and the need for food assistance in the Berkshires and beyond.
Help behind the scenes with administrative tasks.
Volunteers assist with the needs of others and help around the house. Assisting with the needs of others can be giving someone a ride to a therapy or to day program, helping someone with personal care and hygiene, writing a letter, making a phone call, growing fresh greens, weaving a baby blanket or attending a…
UCP of Berkshire County has exciting volunteer opportunities for individuals of all ages: from school-age students to adults.
Volunteers help throughout the year, collecting and sorting books.
Volunteers assist with projects of interest to them and may serve on sub-committees but are not required to attend committee meetings; new volunteers may be recruited and added as volunteers by any committee member.
Volunteer to recruit instructors and plan classes, organize special events and trips, provide IT support, write for our newsletter, and much more!
Our volunteer board of directors and various committee members help guide us and keep our organization on a path to success.