Give a little time. Get a lot in return.
Share your time and talent with us and get the satisfaction of knowing you are helping people with mental illness lead fulfilling lives.
Find the position that’s perfect for you.
Help an individual we serve beat isolation. Teach a class. Play a game. Take pictures. Go on walks. Visit a museum. Enjoy a sporting event. Share your passions. Volunteer on your own or with a spouse, partner, friend, or company. In the community or from your home. We have opportunities to fit every schedule.
Start making a difference today.
Read about our volunteer opportunities below, then email our volunteer team at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email, please state your full name, phone number, what opportunities you are interested in, and any other details you would like to share. If you prefer a phone call, you can contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (651) 925-8443.
A few hours a month makes a big difference for an individual who is isolated. Help your new friend stay active, improve their health, and remain connected to the community.
Phone Buddy and Phone Buddy Plus
Call and chat with an individual we serve once a week. A quick conversation can really make a difference and give you a boost, too! Phone Buddy Plus supplements weekly phone calls with occasional get-togethers.
Community Support Program Friend
Chat and play games including pool or cards in the relaxed atmosphere of our Community Support Program. Hours include Monday-Thursday noon to 4:00 p.m. Volunteer with a spouse, partner, or friend for even more fun.
Employer and Group Opportunities
We love to work with organizations and groups. Provide meals or snacks at our Community Support Program. Help a client move. Sponsor a needs or supply drive. And more!
Ready to get started? Email email@example.com with your full name, phone number, what opportunities you are interested in, and any other details you would like to share. If you prefer a phone call, you can contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (651) 925-8443. We look forward to meeting you!
“Jim and I have enjoyed sharing simple but rich conversations, meals and going fishing together for the past 10 years!” – John, Volunteer
“Volunteering gives me a great sense of joy, purpose, thankfulness, and energy!” – Pam, Volunteer