Our mission is to advance the health of vulnerable individuals and communities through physical activity and nutrition. Our programs include:
MOVETRITION™ combines physical activity with nutrition education to empower and activate our youth to make healthy choices for their mind, body and spirit.
Girls on the Move!™ is a safe space for girls to explore their academic interests and talents, peer relationships, and physical abilities learning nutrition and sport specific skills to enable girls to be physically active and live a healthy lifestyle.
Neighborhood Wellness Walks™ gather communities for healthy activity and create social connectedness. This volunteer-driven effort creates sustainable wellness activities in any neighborhood
Organizational Wellness creates, develops, and implements on site company-wide policies and programs to support employee health and overall wellness
Donate Your Fat™ is an online tracking tool to create and support healthy behavior change while raising money to combat the obesity epidemic and eliminate hunger
Spring Chickens™ is an evidence-based physical activity program for older adults with a broad range of abilities. Classes are offered in various locations throughout the Bay Area.
Walk this Way™ teaches older adults to make healthy lifestyle choices to enhance their abilities to take full advantage of their talents, learning new skills and sports to prevent the onset of chronic disease.
Successful Aging Training teaches seniors and professionals alike to properly use and teach our unique evidence-based physical activity program, Spring Chickens.
Contact: Dan McClure
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Address: 213 E Maude Ave, Suite 106, Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Our various volunteer positions are an essential ingredient in realizing our vision of connecting girls to professionals and community leaders. All volunteers are provided appropriate training for their position and are supported year-round by staff and professional connections.
Contact: Carrie Ellett
Address: Different Locations
Girl Scouts of Santa Clara County
Work on various outreach programs including a weekly hands-on in-school science program. Minimum commitment is 8 hrs weekly up to 20 hrs. Help out troops without the commitment of being the primary leader. Assist in the Council office, flexible daytime hours in a professional office environment.
Contact: Mel Beach
Phone: 408.287.4170 OR 888.287.4170
Address: 1310 S. Bascom Avenue San Jose, CA 95128-4502
Grace Community Center
Serve in social, recreational, arts & crafts, educational and therapeutic programs for individuals with mental disabilities, some homeless. Grace is adjacent to campus.
Habitat San Jose is building homes for three years in Northside San Jose and needs steady source of volunteers for planning, design, construction, fundraising and program development. Special homes (for women and persons with disabilities) seek engineering/design.
Health Trust offers volunteer opportunities in multiple programs. Deliver meals through our Meals On Wheels program, provide groceries and nutritional supplements to clients through our Food Basket program, volunteer at our annual events such as the Open Air Health Fair, support our AIDS Services Fundraiser, Dining Out for Life, or become a leader in supporting school and community gardens through the Silicon Valley HealthCorps, an AmeriCorps program.
Health Fairs in October
The Health Trust need volunteers to help in Open-Air Health Fair at the San Jose Berryessa Flea Market which occurs annually a Saturday and Sunday in October. Free screenings, health education and exhibits will be available. Spanish and Vietnamese speaking volunteers are needed to participate as one-on-one translators for attendees going through the health screening process. Skills desired is the ability to speak Spanish or Vietnamese.
Meals on Wheels, A Health Trust Program
Offers volunteer opportunities in multiple programs. Deliver meals through our Meals On Wheels program, provide groceries and nutritional supplements to clients through our AIDS Services program, teach elementary students the importance of nutrition and physical activity through our TEACH program, encourage high school students to pursue health career through our Speaker's Bureau, or volunteer at our annual events such as the Open Air Health Fair. Health Fair Information www.healthtrust.org/oahf
Health Trust Programs