Volunteers are the backbone of St. Joseph's Family Hope Center.
ACTS OF COMPASSION HAVE THE POWER TO CHANGE THE LIVES OF FAMILIES
Board Members are in charge of the administrative end - writing grants, planning fundraisers, developing partnerships with both the faith community and community at large as well as overseeing the Director.
Committee Members are involved in a specific committee chaired by a board member i.e. fundraising, finance, development etc.
Congregational Volunteers coordinate volunteer and fundraising activities within their faith congregation to support Family Hope.
Interns whose major of study is in the Human Service field are always welcome. St. Joseph's Family Hope Center can provide students with hands on experience.
Volunteer at our Family Hope Center:
Prepare a meal while families, help children with homework, provide general hospitality
Keeping our center organized and tidy
Volunteer an evening or weekend shift to offset expenses
Providing a service for our families
Sharing an expertise to mentor our families (financial literacy training, meal planning, resume help, etc.)
Organizing a day of service for your students, sports team or youth group
Contact: Executive Director at email@example.com
Volunteer at our Bargain Basement:
If you like to organize things - please come lend your talents!
Sorting and organizing our donations during the week.
Help out during our hours of operation - 2nd Saturday of the month 9AM - 1PM
Contact: Dana Westby at firstname.lastname@example.org
All volunteers are required to undergo volunteer training and a background check.
"As a volunteer, I find it especially meaningful to see families that are struggling and then watch them get situated and into a better place in their lives.”
Volunteer from St. Joseph's Family Hope Center