volunteer opportunities

  • Clothes Closet

    The Clothes Closet

    The Clothes Closet is a supporting program of the Community Action Center in Northfield.  more
  • Food Shelf

    Food Shelf-Northfield  more
  • LINK Center

    The LINK Center is seeking volunteers who are conversational in Spanish to assist at our reference desk.  more
  • Office/Administration Assistant at the Northfield Arts Guild

    Are you task-driven and like working in an office setting? The Guild is looking for help with mailings, data entry, copying, hanging posters and other miscellaneous admin tasks around the Guild! Even just an hour makes a difference! For more information, contact Education and Volunteer Manager Megan Proft at megan@northfieldartsguild.org or 507.645.8877, or fill out our volunteer form […]  more
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  • Volunteer Opportunities Offer a Vacation from the Normal Routine 

    May 22Editor’s Note: This column, which was written by Northfield Shares Executive Director Mike Krance, originally appeared in the April 12, 2018, edition of the Northfield News.   Warmer weather is here and school will soon be out! While many people see summer as a time for vacations, our local nonprofits will still be hard at […]  more
  • Tax Prep Volunteers Offer a Valuable Specialty Service

    May 22Editor’s note: This article, which was originally written for a special National Volunteer Week section in the April 14th edition of the Northfield News, has been revised slightly.   Monday, April 17, marked this year’s tax return deadline. While some people were scrambling at the last minute to complete their return or file an extension, […]  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