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Volunteer

Resources to help prevent families from becoming homelessness or to help those who have become homeless are always in need of your time and assistance. Volunteering your time to help is just as important as giving financial contributions or sharing food or a few dollars (or a smile!) with someone asking for help on the street. If you have time that you would like to donate to helping out, use our Directory to find an agency near you. Some things to keep in mind when you volunteer:

  • Volunteers are needed year-round. Because many of us think of giving back during the Fall and Winter holidays, many volunteer programs are quite busy during this time. Think about committing to volunteer once a month all year, or ask your favorite local organization when they might really need the help.
  • There are many volunteer needs outside of serving food or helping to clean or rehab buildings. Be creative, what skills can you offer? Can you volunteer your time to help design a website, or provide accounting support?
  • You are volunteering to help people in need. These people could be your friend or family member. Treat them with dignity and respect, and understand that they may be going through a very difficult time in their lives.
  • Your time is valuable, and you’re making a huge impact by sharing it with others. Thank you!!!

Find a local agency where you can volunteer.

Need Help?

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  • You or your family is currently homeless
  • You or your family is in danger of becoming homeless

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