Community volunteers are concerned citizens from throughout Tehama County. These might include: relatives of SERRF students, (parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, older siblings), high school students doing community service, and other community members interested in the well being and education of the neighborhood children.
SERRF is always seeking enthusiastic new volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering with the SERRF program, please contact Beth Birk at (530) 528-7333.
The regularly scheduled volunteers work with the students at SERRF sites. Volunteers may provide individual support for students during homework time, participate in and teach games, or share a hobby or talent with a small group of students.
Special guests have included a painter, woodcarver, basketball coach, grandmothers, moms and dads! Join us at SERRF and share your valuable talents with the students of Tehama County.
"If each person sweeps in front of his or her own door, the whole street is clean." --Yiddish Proverb