Volunteer Opportunities



The ACT Program Foundation always needs and appreciates volunteers (including high school students who need service learning hours)!  It takes dedicated volunteers to make successful events happen. There are many different ways to help:

Helping with ACT Program Foundation Events and Activities

Looking for a way to help?  Get involved with ACT Program Foundation activities!  Whether it’s behind the scenes in the planning stages, or helping run activities on the day of an event, your help is needed and greatly appreciated.  If you’d like to help organize events, solicit donations, create and monitor business partnerships, or otherwise contribute your talents, please email David Bleidistel at chairman@actprogramfoundation.org.

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Helping run The ACT Program Foundation

There is an ongoing need for volunteers with experience in such areas as organizing and running a business, promotion, legal services and financial procedures.  If you have such experience, please consider serving on The ACT Program Foundation Board of Directors or on a committee, and lending your professional expertise.  Email David Bleidistel at chairman@actprogramfoundation.org for more information.

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Volunteering in an ACT Program Classroom

If you are interested in volunteering to help in an ACT Program classroom, please contact the Long Beach Unified School District’s “Volunteers in Public Schools (VIPS)” program at (562) 997-8457.  In accordance with district regulations, you must be approved by the LBUSD VIPS program before working in a classroom with students.

 

The ACT Program Foundation is a non-profit corporation, recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization, and was created in 2009 to provide supplemental material support to the classrooms of the Adult Community Transition (ACT) Program in the Long Beach Unified School District. 

 The ACT Program Foundation is a California Public Benefit Corporation, and is recognized by the State of California’s Franchise Tax Board as a Tax-Exempt organization.

 The ACT Program Foundation is registered with the State of California’s Attorney General’s Office on the Registry of Charitable Trusts.

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