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Urgent Volunteer Opportunity!

The B’ville Express Senior Transportation Program has an URGENT need for volunteers to transport seniors in your neighborhood to their appointments, helping them to remain independent while accessing essential services. B’ville Express drivers are utilized as often ( or as infrequent) as they want to volunteer. YOU TELL US! Volunteer drivers will register with the B’ville Express by calling Gina at the Canton Woods Senior Center, 315-638-4536, or by emailing RCARROLL@BALDWINSVILLE.ORG. Please help your senior neighbor and volunteer today! The B’ville Express is funded by the Onondaga County Department of Adult and Long Term Care Services.

Volunteer Opportunity-Lions Club

Baldwinsville Lions Club

We Serve

The Baldwinsville Lions Club is developing a new fund raiser that is hoped to become a new annual community event. It will be: “Lions Craft & Family Fun Fest” The event, scheduled for October 5 & 6, 2019 located in Diane Reeves Memorial Park will feature approximately 50 hand selected crafters (maybe more), each offering hand made goods; a food concession by Barney’s BBQ; face painting by Julie Cooper of Airfx Body Art; apple fritters and a family fun tent offering carnival games and children’s activities. The Baldwinsville Lions will also host a food concession offering soft pretzels and popcorn and apple cider milk shakes While this event will provide 2 full days of family fun and an opportunity to start your Christmas shopping early, it will also offer volunteer opportunities for several different stations throughout the festival. Volunteer opportunities will include children’s games operators, apple fritter crew members and, Lions food concession crew members. This is a new event for our community that we truly hope can be an annual event. Generally, funds raised by crafters rental space and the Lions food concession will support the community service activities of the Lions. However fund raising activities by other Baldwinsville not for profit organizations may be considered. If you are interested in volunteering for this event please send an E-mail to Jack Osinski at


Congratulations to David Greer and Gwen Vanderveer!

They are the 2018 Man and Woman Volunteers of the Year!

The Baldwinsville Volunteer Center would like to thank you for your years of service to our community.

2018 Man and Woman of the Year Awards Dinner

This year’s event will be held on Saturday, April 13th, at Pasta’s on the Green at Foxfire (Village Green).

The evening will begin at 5:00 p.m. with a Cocktail Hour, the Awards Program at 6:00 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner.

To make a reservation, anyone interested in attending the event can simply call the BVC and make a reservation. The dinner is $27/person, payable to the Baldwinsville Volunteer Center, and the payment can be mailed to the Center or paid at the door, if necessary.

Reservations should be made by April 4th.














Partners and Sponsors of Casino Night on the Seneca 2019

The BVC would like to THANK our Partners and Sponsors of our 3rd Annual Casino Night on the Seneca 2018 fundraiser!

We appreciate your continued support for our organization and the programs we provide to the Baldwinsville community.

Our Partners are:
















Our Sponsors are:


















We would also like to THANK the following organizations for donating food:
















The 2019 Marilyn Swete Memorial Scholarship

The 2019 Marilyn Swete Memorial Scholarship


Open to any high school senior living in the Baldwinsville School District.


Volunteer activities performed during grades 9, 10, 11, and 12.

Both the quality and quantity of the volunteer work will be considered.


May 1, 2018.



Three member of the Baldwinsville Volunteer Center will evaluate the applications. Judges will be impartial but close enough to community services to make competent judgments. Parents of teen volunteers are ineligible to be on the judging committee. The judges will give greater consideration to volunteer activities beyond required commitments to school or religious affiliations.


The judges’ decision shall be based on time involved and commitment to volunteerism, answers to short essay questions, and letters of recommendation. The winner will be announced in May. A $1000 scholarship will be presented at a mutually convenient time. If the recipient is a Baker High School student, the award will be presented at the school during Moving Up Week.