The EurAupair program is currently seeking community volunteers who can help provide guidance for au pair exchange visitors as they adjust to their new language, family, community and country; help to instill an appreciation for the United States and its people; and work to cultivate tolerance and understanding on a people-to-people level.

Contact EurAupair area coordinator Kirsten Dabelko at 301-513-9215 or 800-618-2002 for a Community Counselor Volunteer Application Packet.

The Hemophilia Association of the Capital Area (HACA), whose mission is to serve people affected by bleeding disorders, is seeking volunteers who are interested in serving on its board of directors. In support of HACA’s mission and goals, volunteers would work on fund-raising, public relations, education, member services or general organization issues. Call Sandi Qualley, HACA’s executive director, at 703-352-7641.

Heartland Hospice serves terminally ill patients in the Northern Virginia area. It is looking for volunteers to assist patients and caregivers. No experience is required. Training will be provided. Those interested should call the volunteer coordinator at 703-273-8693.

Colvin Run Mill Historic Site in Great Falls needs volunteers on weekends to lead small groups on tours. Experience is not necessary, just an interest in history and the ability to communicate well with children and adults. All training is provided. After the completion of training, the preferred time commitment is one 5-hour shift a month.

The Park Authority’s Colvin Run Mill is home to Fairfax County’s only operational water-powered gristmill and includes a miller’s house, general store, blacksmith shop and a reconstructed barn. For more information, call resource management volunteer program coordinator at 703-324-8750 or call the public information office at 703-324-8662. For volunteer opportunities, www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks.