Noble, Inc. has a number of ongoing volunteer opportunities, including:
*Landscaping – planting, weeding, watering
*Share Your Talent – come perform, do artwork, etc., with those we serve
*Answer Phones – M-F (or any combination of days) noon-1 p.m.
*Transportation – M-F (or any combination of days) 2:30-3:30 p.m.
*Noble Dream Team – help fulfill the dreams of those we serve
*Organizing and cleaning
*Group Activities – come play games, work puzzles, etc. with those we serve
*Lunch – help entertain those we serve while staff attends to those with high care needs
*Client Surveys – help us survey those we serve
*Building – build benches, picnic tables
*Summer Camp – volunteer at Noble Day Camps
*Committee – serve on a committee for “Raising the Stakes for Noble” or the “Noble Golf Classic”
*Noble Auxiliary – join this group of wonderful ladies who plan “A Noble Evening in the Garden”
*Clerical – file, enter information in databases, compile lists, etc.
To learn more, contact Jackie Johnson at email@example.com or 317-375-4231.
About Noble, Inc.
The pioneering parents who launched Noble recognized that their children had a right to learn, so in 1953, they opened Noble School. Since then, we have evolved to meet the changing needs of people with disabilities. We serve approximately 1,500 children and adults–primarily those with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities such as Down syndrome and autism–annually.
Noble offers First Steps Early Intervention services for infants and toddlers; a variety of Summer Day Camps for youth and ABA Therapy for young people with autism. For teens, we offer School-to-Work Transition programs, including Project SEARCH. Children and teens also participate in Music and/or Recreational Therapies offered by Noble.
Adults are served through our three types of Employment Services. We also offer Community Integration Services, featuring therapeutic art, as well as Recreational and Music Therapies and Community Exploration; Community Living Services; and Behavioral Therapy Services.
Noble also cares for the families of those with disabilities through our Center for Family Leadership, which offers networking and educational opportunities for parents and caregivers, including the Central Indiana Autism Support Group. We also offer Respite Services for those who need a break from the 24/7 care of a person with a disability.