Oswego High School

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Students find volunteering personally rewarding and it adds another component to resumes and scholarship applications. Stop by the Student Services office to pick up a verification form for your service hours. Have the site supervisor sign the sheet and return it to Student Services, where we will continue to track your progress toward the ultimate goal of 150 service hours.

Service Hours Verification Sheet (PDF)

Places to Volunteer

Name Phone Number Web Site
American Red Cross (630) 378-0344  
Animal Welfare League (630) 892-9445  
Association for Individual Development (630) 844-5040  
Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry (630) 897-2127  
Aurora Catholic Charities Soc SVC (630) 820-3220  
Boy Scouts (630) 584-9250  
Easter Seals (630) 896-1961  
Federal Food Commodities (630) 406-1444  
Girl Scouts (630) 897-1565  
Habitat for Humanity   www.habitat.org
Hesed House (630) 897-2156  
Holy Angels Food Pantry (630) 897-2478  
Kendal County Food Pantry (630) 553-6775  
Lions Club (630) 801-5102  
March of Dimes (815) 741-3518  
Oswego Senior Center(630) 554-5602 
Rush-Copley—Diane Morue (630) 978-4826  
Salvation Army—Bell Ringers (630) 897-7265  
Senior Citizen Service Association (630) 553-5777  
Tillers Nursing Home—Mary Walt (630) 554-1001  
Wayside Cross Mission (630) 892-4239  
YMCA (630) 896-9872  
YWCA (630) 896-8588  
Yorkville Animal Control (must be a senior) (630) 553-4105  

Call your local Chamber of Commerce at (630) 554-3505 to see if any additional local organizations are looking for volunteers.

Mission Statement: In partnership with our families and communities, Community Unit School District 308 will educate all students to reach their highest potential Questions or Feedback?