Offer career advice and professional opportunities to students and young alumni.
If one of your teens enjoys babysitting, you can volunteer to babysit together while our parents participate in workshops, meetings, or special events at the Day Center.
Like to cook? You can prepare a meal at home with your family or friends to deliver to a host congregation. If you’d like to meet our families, we invite volunteers to stay for dinner and share the evening with our guests and their children.
Volunteers often share their professional skills with our families. If you want to have a direct impact, you can help with resume writing, tutoring, job searches, and more. As a growing nonprofit, we have benefited from volunteers in our network offering professional skills in marketing, event planning, legal assistance and more. If you have an…
On the weekends, adult volunteers answer the phone, do activities with children, and are a welcoming presence for our guests. During the week, we often seek assistance in the office with mailings, covering the phones, or administrative projects. Teens are welcome with an adult over 18.
When our live-in Shelter Manager is on vacation, we need an adult to spend the night in the building to be a resource and comforting presence for our resident families.
Active volunteers participate more frequently on organizational tasks and duties as a member of a Committee or Board.
Floater volunteers participate only on specific tasks or events.
Pick from a list of volunteering opportunities including event promotion and event day assistance, writing letters to the editor, contacting legislators, hosting fundraising get-togethers, and more!
Are you interested in teaching a student to read or write (BL – Basic Literacy student)? Are you interested in helping a student learn to speak English (ESOL – English for Speakers of Other Languages)? We offer a six-week training course (two hours each session), taught by certified Literacy Volunteers of Massachusetts (LVM) trainers. At…