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Bittersweet Farms in need of volunteers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 23 January 2014 11:29
Bittersweet Inc. is enhanced by the active participation of the communities through the hard work of volunteers.
The company is seeking individuals who want to make a difference and it is are offering an opportunity to volunteer at its locations, locally in Pemberville and Whitehouse.
It is hoped that interested individuals have a diverse background and skill set, as well as believing and committing to serving individuals with autism.   
Volunteers can help to set up the environment for success, positive self-esteem, inter-dependence, and learning for individuals with autism. Bittersweet values the skills, abilities, and energy of volunteers and they play an important role in growing and developing the nurturing and stimulating environment.
Some areas of interest for volunteers include but are not limited to administrative tasks, cleaning, horticulture, weeding, baking, grounds keeping, ceramics, weaving, and woodshop.
Bittersweet, Inc. has many opportunities for interested individuals who wish to volunteer on a consistent basis or help with larger farm projects.
Interested individuals will need to fill out an application and complete a background check, in addition to having a short interview with the volunteer coordinator. Contact Shannon Dane by calling 419-875-6986, Ext. 1263 or by emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Bittersweet Farms is a non-profit organization that serves individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders through residential, occupational, and vocational services. The mission of Bittersweet, Inc. is to positively impact the lives of individuals with autism and those whose lives they touch.
 

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