Kiwanis Club of Auburn: 

c/o Auburn City YMCA - WEIU, 27 William St., Auburn, NY 13021 Phone: (315) 253-5304 ~ Website: http://www.kiwanisclubofauburnny.org/ 

Lions Club of Auburn: 

Address: 6983 Owasco Road, Auburn NY 13021 Phone: (315) 253-2915 ~ Website: http://69.36.70.70/auburnlions/ 

Rotary Club of Auburn

P.O. Box 446, Auburn, NY 13021 Website: http://www.rotarydistrict7150.org/Auburn.htm 

Rotary Club of Cato: 

P.O. Box 294, Cato, NY 13033 Website: http://www.rotarydistrict7150.org/Cato.htm Zonta 

Club of Auburn: 

144 Genesee Street #102-270, Auburn, NY 13021-3503 Phone: (315) 253-5843 ~ Website: http://www.zontadistrict2.org/auburn  

LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF CAYUGA COUNTY, INC. 

The Center for Learning, 12 Allen Street, Auburn, NY 13021 

Phone: (315) 253-5241 ~ Fax: (315) 253-5996 

E-mail: literacycayuga@gmail.com 

Elisa C. Hunt - Executive Director 

Mission: Literacy Volunteer tutors assist adult learners in Basic Literacy or English as a Second Language. Our services help individuals become independent readers, writers, and speakers of English. Educational goals are based on the individual. Whether it’s to get a better job, read to their children, improve reading abilities, or develop conversational English, our student-centered learning approach will help students achieve their goals. 

Services: Basic Literacy - This program is for adults 16 years of age and older who desire to increase their reading skills. Literacy Volunteers provides free, one-on-one, confidential tutoring. Students are matched with a trained volunteer tutor. They work together to define the student’s goals and design lesson plans that will help students accomplish their objectives. 

English As A Second Language - This program is for adults who are new speakers of English and are interested in improving their conversational speaking and listening stills. Literacy Volunteers provides free, one-on-one tutoring. Students are matched with a trained volunteer tutor. They work together to define the student’s goals and design lesson plans that will help students accomplish their objectives. 

Volunteer Opportunities: Tutors and office staff needed. 

Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:30am-4:00pm (Tutoring sessions arranged by tutor and student). 

WOODMENLIFE - CHAPTER 1025

161 Genesee Street, Plaza of the Arts, Suite 101, Auburn, NY 13021 

Phone: (315) 689-3314 Ext 3 ~ Fax: (315) 255-2212 

E-mail: RCarr@woodmen.org ~ Website: www.woodmen.org 

E. Ryan Carr - President Mission: When you buy a WoodmenLife product, you become more than just a “policy holder” or a “customer.” You become part of a company large enough to offer you security, but small enough to care about each individual. Different by Choice We’re a different kind of life insurance company: we’re not for profit. We give back revenues to our members, not investors, in the form of refunds and benefits. Founded in 1890, WoodmenLife also gives back on a local level through chapters that help us lead community service projects you care about. We show our caring in many ways, including presenting American flags to civic and community organizations, and by providing assistance to senior citizens, the physically impaired and orphans through our local chapter system. 

Services: Life Insurance, Annuities, Smart Investing, Retirement & College Savings Chapter benefits for your community. Volunteer opportunities - Members interested in philanthropic activities can become part of the chapter’s volunteer network by providing hands-on service to help meet the needs of people in the community. U.S. flags and other patriotic projects - WoodmenLife provides U.S. flags to local chapters for presentation to nonprofi t civic and youth groups, schools, churches, community centers, and other worthy groups. American Patriot’s Handbooks are presented by chapters to new citizens, libraries and schools. American History Awards are presented to junior and senior high school students who excel in the study of American history. Matching-funds community projects - WoodmenLife matches chapter dollars, within certain guidelines, that help members provide community needs and to improve their own meeting halls and camp facilities. WoodmenLife Disaster Relief Assistance - WoodmenLife Disaster Action Teams provide an essential service to their communities. Through a local chapter, members can receive training in disaster relief assistance and can become part of WoodmenLife’s nationwide member-network of disaster relief volunteers. Award and recognition for chapter and community service - Chapters present a variety of plaques, awards and pins to recognize and honor members as well as individuals in the community who have served with distinction. 

Volunteer Opportunities: http://chapters.woodmen.org/NY1025/ or https://www.facebook.com/ WOWNELodge1025 

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm.