You can join the fight against poverty.
Volunteers are part of the life-blood of Crisis Assistance Ministry connecting the community to the agency's goals of preventing homelessness and preserving dignity for our economically fragile neighbors.
Currently, a limited number of volunteer opportunities are available to ensure CDC guidelines can be met while achieving the goal of preventing homelessness and preserving dignity for our most vulnerable neighbors.
Opportunities for volunteers age 11+ include individual and group tasks, one-time or recurrent commitments, to support individuals and families experiencing a financial crisis.
Proof of Vaccination: On site volunteers of all ages will be required to provide proof they are fully vaccinated against COVID as defined by the CDC at the time of volunteering. This requirement applies to all individual and group volunteers, including children and teens.
Masks: As of 8/12/2022, masks are now optional in non-public spaces including Free Store Production (warehouse). Masks continue to be required in all public spaces—the lobby, Customer Services, Free Store, Furniture & Appliance Store—while customers are present. Masks and other safety procedures are subject to change based on community conditions.