There are many opportunities to share your time and talents with others. Listed here are opportunities provided by the 2-1-1 Information and Referral at 1025 S. 700 West, Salt Lake City. For more information, go to www.informationandreferral.org.

KUED — Volunteers are needed to help stuff packets for the Caring For Your Parents resource guide. Volunteers are also needed to make calls to confirm address and perform data entry.

Jewish Family Services — Volunteers are needed to run a monthly book group for seniors in the Sugar House area. Art teachers are also needed to help seniors learn how to draw, use watercolors or acrylics.

Primary Children's Medical Center — Volunteers are needed in many areas of the hospital including the information desk, gift shop and foundation office. Bilingual volunteers are especially encouraged to apply. All shifts are available. Good interpersonal skills are needed. Volunteers may e-mail [email protected].

American Diabetes Association — Have a great time and help the association with the "Step Out to Fight Diabetes" walk, Saturday, Sept. 27, at Hogle Zoo. Four hours of service are requested. Food, zoo admission and a volunteer T-shirt are provided.

Head Start — Volunteers are needed to help with the yearly family fun fest. They will help with inflatable recreation toys, play games with the children, work in a reading booth, help in the health clinic and set up and take down for the event.

Utah Museum of Fine Arts — Utah Museum of Fine Arts is recruiting for Fall Docent Training Programs. Weekend and weekday shifts are available. Applications are due in September and training begins the first week of October.

Accessible Homes Foundation — The Accessible Homes Foundation is looking for volunteers to be on their board of directors. Volunteer opportunities in other areas are also available. Skills in running a nonprofit group or knowledge in accessible housing is helpful. Board members and other volunteers would commit four to 10 hours a month.