You've seen news reports about people who need assistance after a natural disaster or animals in need. Maybe you've walked past people who are living on the streets. Or perhaps you've watched TV programs about how lonely and isolated older people can get.
So what can you do about any of those things, you ask? The answer: You can volunteer.
Volunteering gives you an opportunity to change people's lives, including your own. If you're feeling frustrated or overwhelmed by the news of a disaster, volunteering to help can be a great way to cope. If you'd like to support a cause but can't afford to donate money, you can donate your time instead.
Visit our volunteer website to see what volunteer opportunities we have and when they are available. You can also fill out the first part of your volunteer application.
If you would like to become a volunteer bell ringer for our annual Red Kettle Campaign, please click HERE.
Please note that not all volunteer opportunities are available to everyone. All volunteers (including court-ordered community service) are required to fill out their application on-line.
All volunteers are required to complete a criminal background and reference check before volutneer servcies can begin.