Volunteer opportunities are available for individuals and groups from congregations, local schools, community organizations, and businesses. Volunteers are an essential part our team and must be able to with a diverse group of people. Depending on the activity, certain volunteers will undergo background check to ensure the safety of the children and adults participating in our programs. Listed below are a number of program enrichment projects where volunteers are needed.
About the Volunteer Program
Volunteer projects vary throughout the year. There’s always a need for all types of skills and experiences, and each program is flexible, meanwhile matching available opportunities to your specific skill set.
Volunteers help with a wide range of projects, from youth and adult enrichment to administrative tasks. Additionally, volunteer projects may be one-on-one training with a staff supervisor as well as independent work.
Homefirst cannot achieve its mission without the contributions of over XX two volunteers who contribute their time, dedication and energy. Their unique talents enable Homefirst to not only offer its current level of services to the community but exceed expectations.
Homefirst offers a variety of volunteer opportunities based on the need of individuals and the community. Below is information to help you decide which volunteer opportunity is best for you. We can only offer positions that are currently open.
General Volunteer Requirements
- All volunteers must be at least XX years old.
- Volunteers should have good manners
- Volunteers must be able to speak, read and write in English.
- Volunteers that are bi-lingual/Spanish speaking is a plus
- All positions are unpaid.
The following are volunteer opportunities:
Community Enrichment Volunteer Opportunities
Skills Based Volunteer Opportunities