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.
All on-site volunteers will complete pre-service training, conduct daily pre-service self-screenings, wear face coverings, and observe additional safety protocols based on specific volunteer tasks.
Opportunities for volunteers age 13+ include individual and group tasks, one-time or recurrent commitments, to support individuals and families experiencing a financial crisis.
In addition to the currently available roles pictured below, volunteers typically serve in a variety of roles to support Crisis Assistance Ministry's mission. As restrictions change, these roles may return over time: Breakfast Ministry, Free Store Assistant, Furniture Build, Relocation Assistance, Lunch Ministry, Drives/Collections Coordinator, Administrative/Office, and Donor Thank You Calls.