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Animals

 

Monroe County Animal League

The all-volunteer Monroe County Animal League was formed to attempt to deal with our county's pet overpopulation problem through spay/neuter and adoption programs, and through educational programs to help local residents become more responsible in caring for their pets  Assistance is needed in the follwing areas:

  • Foster Parent

  • Driver for Puppies Across America trips to Massachusetts

  • Van pick up & preparation for trip / van clean up & return after trip

  • Telephone "Hotline" host

  • Newsletter editor (biannual)

  • Special event coordinator and/or worker

  • Animal transporter to a foster care location

  • Website creator and/or monitor

  • General office worker (facilitate mailings, etc.)

  • Fund raiser and sponsorship seeker

 

 

Contact

mcalwv@hotmail.com

304-772-4445

Arts and Culture

Monroe Arts Alliance is a non-profit membership supported organization committed to community service through promortion of the arts in Monroe County and the surrounding areas.  Its purpose is for enrichment of the general public.  We'd love YOU to join our team and help the arts grow in Monroe County! You'd have opportunities to:

  • Help with publicity

  • Assist with children's activities

  • Work as events greeter

  • Write for grants

  • Serve on a committee

  • Help with mailings & MORE!

 

Contact Dale McCutcheon, habiman@hotmail.com

            304-772-3128

          

 

The Monroe County Historical Society is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to discovering, preserving, and sharing the history and heritage of Monroe County.

We meet quarterly at 2:00pm on the second Sunday of March, June, September, and December. The location is usually the Monroe County Public Library in Union, but it sometimes varies when we visit places of exceptional interest. Changes in meeting place are announced in the newsletter, in the Monroe Watchman, and on this website. 

Contact

richard@monroewvhistory.org

Children

Community

Monroe Tourism Office is a part of the WVU Extension Service, Monroe County office.  The office is located on Health Center Drive between Dr. Kilcollins Dental office and the Monroe Health Center.  Volunteer opportunities exist in the office to help with ongoing projects. 

Contact Allison info@travelmonroe.com

304-772-3003 x15.

 

Union Chamber of Commerce

Assistance is always appreciated in planning and running community events such as Farmers' Day, the Last Blast of Summer, and the Christmas Parade and senior dinner.

Contact

Pam Dalton, unionchamberwv@yahoo.com

304-772-4406

 

Education & Literacy

The Gap Mills Ruritan Club is in need of refurbishing their club sign.

Contact

Larry Echols 304-772-3710. 

Alderson Train Depot

Contact

Tom Dameron

304-839-7178

Environment

Friends of the Second Creek  is a dedicated group of volunteers working to map the history, conduct stream restoration, and preserve historically significant buildings along the refional watershed.

Contact

Dixie Lee Hoke-Webb

304-645-4229

Food and Hunger

Monroe Farm Market is an aggregator and online marketplace of locally grown and produced food. We make it possible for farmers to work together to meet the growing demand for local, sustainable food in southeastern West Virginia. Our market place brings fresh, healthy, locally grown and produced food to you, the buyer, in a cost-effective manner on a weekly basis.

Contact

 Jennifer Frye, contact@monroefarmmarket.com 304-661-8766

Seniors

Springfield Center is a 60-bed, long-term skilled nursing facility located in Lindside, West Virginia, a picturesque country setting within Monroe County. Springfield Center offers a new, home-like environment in which medical professionals tend to the physical care and emotional needs of residents.

Contact

(304) 343-1950

Contact us:  info@gvfoundation.org or 304-645-5620

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