Our mentors work one-on-one with a child or young adult, twice a month, for at least one year. A background check is required.
Life-Skills/Independent Living Workshops
Volunteers teach an hour-long Life Skills Workshop or Independent Living Class to our high school, middle school and young adults at Place of Hope. There are 24 classes offered on each campus per year including finance, daily living, communication, self-care, work & study skills, career planning and more. The Life Skills Workshops for young adults take place the last Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. Independent living classes for middle and high school students take place on the 1st and 3rd Sundays every month at 6 p.m.
Meals are needed daily. You can prepare or purchase a meal to feed 8 to 10 people, and can commit to delivering a meal once a week, once a month or any day you are able to do so. We ask that you would arrange drop off to our front office (Mon to Fri 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) We will rotate the meals to our cottages.
Front Desk Assistant
Volunteer Shifts: 9am-12pm; 12pm-3pm
Our front desk volunteers are the first-impressions team. They answer phones, greet guests and receive donations. We have remaining volunteer opportunities throughout the week.
Reoccurring or One Time
Help our campuses be the best home for our kids possible. We are in need of volunteers to pressure wash the sidewalks at each campus. You can volunteer one time or on a reoccurring basis.
If you are a professional with talents and abilities to help the children or professional staff at Place of Hope, we would love for you to be involved with our ministry. Please consider how you might serve in the following areas:
- Dental – help a child by providing routine cleaning and special services
- Medical – help a child by providing annual physical exams, special lab work or treatment while ill
- Fundraising – lend your expertise to help Place of Hope successfully raise funds
- Construction – lend your talents and resources to help improve or expand our campus