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Last Updated: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
 
 

Army Volunteer Corps: On Point for Fort Belvoir!
The installation Army Volunteer Corps Program is designed to promote volunteerism in meeting Fort Belvoir’s community needs. The installation’s manager
helps community agencies recruit, train, and recognize volunteers and
finds people and groups willing to work.

Fort Belvoir’s Installation Volunteer Office is located at 9800 Belvoir Road, Building #200
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Phone (703) 805-4152

Volunteer Opportunities

Army Community Services (ACS) 9800 Belvoir Road, Bldg 200 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Phone (703) 805-4152. Army Community Service volunteers work in the areas of financial management, office work, consumer information, social service, and special education. ACS volunteers will receive sixteen hours of childcare at Childcare Development Center (CDC) per family each month. Training and experience is carefully documented.

ACS Programs that need Volunteers!

     
  Army Family Action Plan Program Army Family Team Building Program
  Army Volunteer Corps Program Exceptional Family Member Program
  Employment Readiness Program Family Advocacy Program
  Family Readiness Program Financial Readiness Program
  Community Information Service Program Mobilization/ Deployment Program
  Relocation Assistance Program Soldier and Family Assistance Center,
  Survivor Outreach Services Warriors in Transition

 

American Red Cross, 9716 Middleton Road, Building 1161, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-1534 Phone (703) 805-2057. Red Cross volunteers work at Dewitt Army Community Hospital in the child development services, primary care, mother/baby ward, and in the pharmacy. They also teach CPR, water safety, and AIDS awareness. They work in the Van Noy Library typing, filling in at the children’s room and in leadership positions.

 

Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers Program (BOSS), 6099 Abbot Road, Building 2215, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5908, Phone (703) 806-5225. A community program for single and unaccompanied soldiers designed to encourage participation in community events. Soldiers volunteer in tutoring for the Youth Services, help the Military Police working as crossing guards on Halloween, make visits to the soldiers home, and much more.

  Boy Scout Troup 118, P.O. Box 543 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5908.  Phone (703) 781-7573. Volunteers work directly with the boys as den/assistant den leaders to a cub master/assistant cub master to plan and execute the pack activities.

 

Cub Scout Pack 118, 9725 Harris Road, Suite 101 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5908.  Phone (703) 781-8107. Volunteers work directly with the boys as den/assistant den leader to a cub master/ assistant cub to plan and execute the pack activities.

 

 

Belvoir Thrift Shop, 10002 Caples Road Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Mailing address: P.O. Box 529 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-0529. Phone: (703)360-3160. For those who really enjoy getting a bargain and stretching a dollar to the max, you will enjoy working here. Volunteers help others by offering the most for the least amount. The shop is located at the corner of Caples Road and 21st, one block east of the Veterinary Clinic. They are open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, as well as the first and third Saturday of each month from 9:00 am to 2 pm. Donations are welcome and the proceeds from the Thrift Shop sales are returned to the community in the form of scholarships to military dependents and grants to other Fort Belvoir programs. For more information, visit the Fort Belvoir Thrift Shop home page: www.fortbelvoirthriftshop.org.

 

 

Partners-In-Education Volunteer Program, 9655 Belvoir Road Fort Belvoir, Fort Belvoir, VA 22306-5561. Phone (703) 805-2908. This is yet another great opportunity to be directly involved in our students’ education. Volunteer tutor, mentor, judge science fairs and essay contests. They are partners with 10 Fairfax County Public Schools and help our students to excel to be their best.

 

 

Retiree Council, Building 1001 Room 108 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Phone (703) 805-2675. There are several fun activities throughout the year where someone could offer volunteer services such as Retiree Activity Day. Volunteers can help with designing and setting up displays along with other activities throughout the day. The widow/widowers luncheon is every May and is a fun filled informative day where volunteers can also help.

 

 

Staff Chaplain Directorate, 5950 12th Street Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Phone (703) 806-3006. Reach out and touch somebody’s hand and make the world a better place by ministering to those in need. Many opportunities abound to help others such as: providing services for the sick and those in need, visiting hospitals, nursing homes, and shut-ins. You can serve as a Eucharist minister, song leader, choir directors, or just offering spiritual support to those in need.

 

Van Noy Library, 5966 12th Street Building 1024 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Phone (703) 806-3323. If you love working with children and young adults, you can use your creativity to make these programs a success. Volunteers who have computer skills are always needed. Military personnel are also invited to volunteer. Van Noy Library serves library users of all ages and has some very interesting activities for the volunteers to do. If you are interested, we have a task for you. Sometimes there is lifting, recycling, and having to prepare for special events. Whatever the tasks we have to perform on a regular basis or special occasion, you could be of service to us. We also support the students in the public schools who need a volunteer to help with school assignments. We also support the scouts who need to volunteer for their badges.

 

Child and Youth Services Sports, 9500 Barlow Road Building 950 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Phone (703) 805-9139. Make a difference in the lives of children 6 to 18 years old. They need your help and you can make difference while having lots of fun at the same time! Opportunities for coaching football, soccer, baseball, and softball are available. Teach team building, patience, and values that they will use throughout their lives. Chaperone fun trips to Kings Dominion, Luray Caverns or even white water rafting. Use your knowledge and expertise in tutoring. Be a role model.  

 

Child Youth Services Youth Center, Building 1003, 5850 Langfitt Loop Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Phone (703) 805-4515. Youth Center sponsors a variety of programs offering youth opportunities in life skills; citizenship and leadership; leisure, recreation and arts; and mentoring, intervention and support services. We need volunteers to help support these programs and make a child’s future brighter.  The Middle School and Teen Program offers a homework lab; computer lab; open recreation; arts and crafts; pick up sports; and special interest activities that change each week. You can volunteer with special activities that can be short term commitment.  A Middle School/Teen Summer Camp is available at a cost appropriate for 6 hours of care in accordance with the annual DOD fee policy. School Days Out are also available. CYSS registration is required for participation.

 

Girl Scouts, P.O. Box 282 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060.  Volunteer leaders help girls in kindergarten through 12th grade learn to reach their full potential while developing values for living and how to relate to others better. Girls also discover the importance of community service. Free training for volunteers is available.

 

Fort Belvoir Joint Community Hospital Volunteer Coordinators Office, Oaks Pavilion 1st Floor Room 01.207 (Hospital site), 9300 DeWitt Loop Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Phone: (571) 231-4160. Mailing address: American Red Cross P.O. Box 1494 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060.  There are many opportunities abound for those wanting to lend a hand to those who are hurting and in need. Whether it is to offer a kind word, a cool drink of water, or just sympatric ear to listen you could be that person. Administrative and clerical positions are available, as well as positions in the wards and in the clinics for those who have medical licenses. This is great opportunity to give back to the community and make Fort Belvoir a better place to live.  Volunteer opportunities are under the direction of the Red Cross so please contact them for any position you are interested in.

 

USO-Metro (Fort Belvoir), 5940 9th Street (corner of 9th and Belvoir) Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Mailing Address P.O. Box 1471 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 Phone: (571) 267-2080 Staff Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Center Hours: Sunday-Saturday 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. USO-Metro is a private non-profit 501(c) (3) organization whose mission “is to serve those who serve, and their families”, in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia. It is through the generous financial support of individuals and organizations in the local community that USO-Metro is able to fulfill its mission. With the help of over 5,500 dedicated volunteers, USO-Metro provides programs and services for the active duty troops and their families at military hospitals, through it mobile program, at four family support centers, and four USO airport lounges. For more information and a schedule of the center’s activities please visit www.usometro.org/fortbelvoir

 

 

Enlisted Spouse’s Club, P.O. Box 175 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. Phone (703) 781-0407. The volunteers are actively involved in the Fort Belvoir community. Sponsor bingo games at the NCO Club three days a week, participate in activities at Woodlawn Plantation, sponsor the “Fun Fest” for the kids, purchase computers for the Fort Belvoir schools, and contribute to the Fisher House here on Fort Belvoir. Eighty percent of the club’s profits go to scholarships and other donations. For more information please go to www.BelvoirESC.org.

 

 

Belvoir Officer’s Wives Club, 5500 Shulz Circle, Fort Belvoir, Virginia 22060. Mailing address: P.O. Box 332 Fort Belvoir, Virginia 22060. Phone: (703) 799-1400. Membership provides a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors, enjoy entertaining programs, and contribute many valuable services to your community. Monies raised are earmarked for scholarships and welfare activities for the Fort Belvoir community. Monthly luncheons are held the second Tuesday of each month from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm at the Belvoir’s Officers’ Club. For more information about volunteering contact the Belvoir Officer’s Wives Club at BOSCpresident@gmail.com.

 

 

Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA)/Hayfield Secondary School, 7630 Telegraph Road Alexandria, Virginia 22310.  Phone (703) 924-7400. What better way to improve lives than by being directly involved in young people’s education? You can help our world a better place by being actively involved with student achievement programs, senior scholarships, the activities hotline, and many other programs designed to enrich our student’s lives. For more information please go to our website http://www.hssptsa.org

 

Army Family Team Building, 9800 Belvoir Road Building 200 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 AFTB, (703) 805-1150. Army Family Team Building (AFTB) contributes to readiness, performance, retention and recruitment, all vital to the Army's mission. The AFTB program trains Soldiers and Families to become a combat multiplier and enhance overall readiness of the force. An informed, empowered Family allows the Soldier to concentrate efforts and focus in on the mission of defending our nation. The Soldier is able to feel confident and secure that his or her Family is better prepared for the challenges of mobilization. After completing the training, Family Members develop realistic expectations resulting in less frustration and confusion. If informed Families can do more to help themselves, the command can focus on its mission while assuring Family Members that the military support will be there. In this respect, command support of the program is vital to its success. Volunteer opportunities are available! A total of 16 hours of FREE childcare will be provided for AFTB Volunteers.

 

 

Army Family Team Building, 9800 Belvoir Road Building 200 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 AFTB, (703) 805-1150. Army Family Team Building (AFTB) contributes to readiness, performance, retention and recruitment, all vital to the Army's mission. The AFTB program trains Soldiers and Families to become a combat multiplier and enhance overall readiness of the force. An informed, empowered Family allows the Soldier to concentrate efforts and focus in on the mission of defending our nation. The Soldier is able to feel confident and secure that his or her Family is better prepared for the challenges of mobilization. After completing the training, Family Members develop realistic expectations resulting in less frustration and confusion. If informed Families can do more to help themselves, the command can focus on its mission while assuring Family Members that the military support will be there. In this respect, command support of the program is vital to its success. Volunteer opportunities are available! A total of 16 hours of FREE childcare will be provided for AFTB Volunteers.

 

 

Fort Belvoir Swimming Pools, North Post Pool Building 2430 Abbot Road Fort Belvoir, VA 22060, Phone (703) 806-5013, EARLY SEASON: May 25–June 22 Monday–Friday 3–7 p.m., Saturday–Sunday 12–7 p.m.,
PEAK SEASON: June 23–August 5, Monday–Sunday 11–7p.m.,
LATE SEASON: August 6–September 2,  Monday–Sunday 12–7 p.m.

 

 

Benyaurd Indoor Pool, Bldg. 182 Corner of 23rd St and Gunston Rd, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060, Phone (703) 805-2620, SUMMER 2013 SEASON: Monday–Thursday: 6 am - 1 pm; 3:30 pm - 8 pm, Friday: 6 am - 1 pm, Saturday-Sunday: Closed.

Connolly Pool Complex at the Officers' Club, Bldg 20, 5500 Schulz Circle, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060, Phone: (703) 780-0193
EARLY SEASON: May 25–June 22, Monday–Friday: 3–7 p.m., Saturday–Sunday: 12–7 p.m., Snack Bar* (Saturday & Sunday): 1-6 p.m.

PEAK SEASON: June 23–August 5, Monday–Sunday: 12–8 p.m., Snack Bar* (Saturday, Sunday): 1-6 p.m.

LATE SEASON: August 6–September 2, Monday–Sunday: 12–7 p.m., Snack Bar* (Saturday & Sunday): 1-6 p.m.

Come and cool down at one of three pools available on Fort Belvoir. The whole family can enjoy family fun time and beat the heat.
Pool will open as scheduled except during inclement weather or when necessary to close for emergency maintenance and repair.
* Snacks and beverages are ALLOWED to be brought into the pool area in a small cooler; please note, no glass items are permitted.

 




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