If you are task oriented and enjoy working with others, or by yourself to accomplish a shared goal of providing quality services to people, then you may enjoy serving as a Support Volunteer. Some activities you may be involved with include:
- greeting visitors
- answering the phone
- filing papers
- writing thank you notes
- helping with mailings
- organizing supplies
- stapling •shredding
- sorting and shelving donated food items
- selecting and hanging gently used clothes and shoes
- maintenance of the building
Direct Service Volunteers
If you listen well, enjoy talking with people, like to personally assist people with food or clothing, are able to use a computer and type notes, then you may enjoy being a Direct Service Volunteer.
Depending upon your problem-solving skills, your knowledge of community agencies and resources, or your life-experience with financial or health needs, you may qualify to be an Information and Referral Volunteer, linking people to larger community agencies and services.
Depending upon your normally friendly, encouraging and congenial personality, coupled with your experience as a parent, teacher or leader, you may qualify to be a Supervisory Volunteer for the Day.