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Community Service FAQS

Why is community service important for me?

 Taking the time to volunteer in helping others is important and essential in building character and compassion.  More importantly, it allows for one to give back to his or her community.  Here at North Haven High School, students must complete at least 40 hours of community service before graduation.  By being a part of this process, students have the tremendous opportunity to help a specific cause, organization, or belief that aims in bettering the world and society.

 Where are some places that I can volunteer at if I don't know where to start?

If you do not have a particular community service-based site or organization to begin service, please look at the recommended sites that are listed below.  These sites are located within the North Haven area and offer a variety of community service interests that may serve as a great "starting off point" in beginning your volunteerism journey. 

                                     Recommended Community Service Sites        

 

AIDS Project, New Haven (203)624-0497

Masonic Home (203)239-9045

American Red Cross (203)787-6721 (press 6)

Montowese Health Care (203)624-3303

Animal Haven (203)239-2641

North Haven Comm. Serv. (203)239-5321 ext 780

Arden House (203)281-3500

North Haven TV (203)234-0025

Ben Haven (203)239-6425 ext 19

North Haven Housing Auth. (203)239-7200

Downtown Soup Kitchen (203)772-3400

North Haven Rotary Club (203)239-2214

North  Haven Library (203)239-5803

PTSA, Hamden (203)281-6617

Habitat for Humanity (203)785-0794

Sleeping Giant State Park (203)789-7498

Hamden YMCA (203)248-6361

Yale New Haven Hospital (203)688-2297

Hospital of St. Raphael (203)789-3480

 

MADD (203)764-2566

 

 

All sites and volunteer work must be pre-approved before service begins. Please click on the link below for the North Haven Community Service Form. This form will explain the procedures for acquiring your community service hours.

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