volunteer opportunities

  • English to Spanish translator

    The LINK Center is looking for a volunteer to translate articles from English into Spanish for our monthly newsletter. There are usually 8-12 articles per month that need to be translated around mid-month. We would request a turn-around time within 2-3 days.  more
  • Hands-Only CPR Volunteer Instructor

    Join the Northfield Area Heart Safe Project in teaching Hands-Only CPR to Carleton students.  more
  • Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

    Common Good Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is a program of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Winona, and funded in large part by the Corporation for National & Community Service and through other grants.  We serve 16 counties in Southern MN, including:  Rice, Le Sueur, Steele, Dodge, Blue Earth, Brown, Nicollet, Goodhue, Houston, Fillmore, […]  more
  • CAC Volunteer Drivers

    You Can Make A Difference!  more
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news

  • Local Nonprofits Put Northfield Shares Grants to Use Part 2

    Jun 26Second of a three-part series featuring grants in action Northfield Shares, a community foundation centered on philanthropy, volunteerism and collaborative leadership, distributed over $68,000 to 15 local nonprofits as part of its annual grant cycle. Grants were awarded to organizations whose projects create long-term solutions to core issues affecting the Northfield community, enhance the overall […]  more
  • Local Nonprofits Put Northfield Shares Grants to Use Part 1

    May 16First of a three-part series featuring grants in action Northfield Shares, a community foundation centered on philanthropy, volunteerism and collaborative leadership, distributed over $68,000 to 15 local nonprofits as part of its annual grant cycle. Grants were awarded to organizations whose projects create long-term solutions to core issues affecting our community, enhance the overall well-being […]  more
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About Northfield Shares

Watch this short video to learn more about Northfield Shares!

The Northfield Booster Club received a grant that went a long way to help those student-athletes attending Northfield Middle School and Northfield High School who were unable to pay the athletic fee for participation. Ensuring that all students have the opportunity to participate in co-curricular activities is critical, as these activities provide for the learning of life skills, that might not be easily attainable in a classroom.

– Tom Graupmann, Activities Director, Northfield Public Schools