You can make a real difference.
With clear signs of hope and optimism, we are carefully, yet enthusiastically, welcoming volunteers back on site.
Of course, for the safety of our volunteers, our staff, and of those we serve, we will continue to strictly enforce CDC guidelines, which have helped to keep us safe during this pandemic.
Niki Graham, Manager of Community Engagement, said, “Being able to help others is so meaningful. Many people like to help by serving meals at lunchtime or by organizing clothes in our Thrift Store or by helping someone prepare for the GED.”
How to Volunteer
Contact Niki Graham, Manager of Community Engagement:
In addition to helping serve food, if you have expertise in any of these areas, we would love to hear from you:
Health and Wellness
Diet and Nutrition
At your work/school/or house of worship, you could also:
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at The Mission!
Please complete the form below and we will gladly reach out to you.
Why I Volunteer
“My family grew up under the poverty line for most of our lives,” said Jennie Yang, a student at Princeton University, who volunteered at The Mission for several hours a week, often bringing along several fellow students (before she entered medical school).
“I do whatever needs to be done, whether it is serving meals, sorting clothes, making hygiene kits, or helping clients with anything they need.” Jennie paused, then added, “I cannot forget where I came from.”