Want to make an impact on the lives of others and make a difference? Consider volunteering at the Lincoln Enrichment Center! You may not be looking for recognition, but you will learn the timeless lesson of service: when you help others, you also help yourself. Volunteering is a way to gain rewarding experience, learn a new skill, sharpen an existing skill, build valuable social and professional networks, and have fun.

As a volunteer-driven organization, there are many different opportunities to get involved. Our volunteers are as young as 14 (high school students) and as youthful as 91! They make a difference through sharing their time, talent, love, compassion, support, and energy. We are thankful for the many registered volunteers who make the choice to work with our organization, sharing their time and talent with our children and families.

Here are some of the volunteer opportunities available:

Classroom Aide – assists with learning and fun activities in the classroom
Arts and Crafts Instructor – leads arts and crafts activities in the classroom
Front Desk Aide – assists with greeting students, parents, family members, and other visitors to the center
Recreational Aide – assists in fitness and exercise activities in the gymnasium, on the field, and on the basketball court
Garden Aide – assists in the garden and with exercises outdoors
Kitchen Aide – assists with snack and food preparation, set-up, distribution, and clean-up

If you have a particular talent and would like to learn more about getting involved, please contact us at lecwagoner@gmail.com, or (918) 807-0262. We will provide you with a tour of the center. An application and background check will be completed for all volunteers.

“Everybody can be great. Because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agree to serve…You don’t have to know the second theory of thermodynamics in physics to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”

— Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.