Life is difficult at times, and many families will experience some kind of crisis. It might be a familial emergency, loss of their home, or perhaps a personal crisis. Our communities are stronger when our families are strong. Volunteering in crisis intervention services can be extremely rewarding, and the need is always there for compassionate, dedicated volunteers.
Some volunteering opportunities may require fingerprinting and background checks, while some require 40 hours of certification/training. There are often volunteer opportunities for building improvements and special projects that may not require specialized training.
Volunteering might include assisting at a thrift store with accepting and sorting donations, store set up, or working the register. Mailings and fundraising campaigns may require envelope sorting/stuffing, or even social media outreach. Let us know what your special skills are, and we’ll match you with an appropriate volunteer opportunity.