Organize a supply drive.
Read a story. Help write a resume.
ACTS OF COMPASSION HAVE THE POWER TO CHANGE THE LIVES OF FAMILIES
Discover the wide range of volunteer opportunities at Family Promise – from serving meals, to providing financial literacy training, to assisting with fundraising events. There is something for everyone!
Volunteers play an essential role in helping families experiencing homelessness attain sustainable independence.
“Each time we make room for strangers, we chip away at the fear and isolation and heartbreak in our world. We also get to participate in something that is life giving, both to us and the people we welcome.”
The Family Promise Board is a working board dedicated to the fundraising and management efforts of the organization.
Help write articles, letters, blogs and more the highlight the important work of Family Promise in Green County.
Welcome guests, have dinner, assist with activities and guests' needs.
Help wash bedding and towels each week when hosting guests.
Assist in planning and carrying out various events for volunteers and the general public.
Work in the Day Center performing general office duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
Spend the night at our host sites, handle emergencies and help wake guests at 6:00 a.m.
Help setup accommodations on Sunday afternoon, take down and move beds on the following Sunday to the next host site.
Every dollar counts! Help with the fundraising efforts that support our mission.
Manage the volunteer team at your congregation!
Assist in transporting guests between host sites and the Day Center.
Help manage our Facebook page, create social media posts, and assist with our overall digital presence!
Pick up donated items on an as-needed basis for delivery to former guest families or for storage.
Plan, purchase, prepare and deliver a well-balanced meal for guests of Family Promise.
Plan and organize special activities and events for guests, such as arts & crafts, and various holiday themed activities.
We can always use volunteers! What special skills do you have that you think we might utilize? What volunteer opportunities haven't we thought of?