With thoughtful consideration from our staff COVID response team, we have created a temporary service delivery method that allows us to carry out essential services (food, emergency financial assistance, employment support and welcoming new clients) while practicing social distancing.
Starting Monday, March 16: Volunteers should not report to regular shifts on-site at our building or at Neighborhood Program locations. This change will bring our weekly building guests down from over 500 staff and volunteers to less than 30 people (limited staff only). We will limit on-site services and programs to minimize traffic in our building.
If you have specific questions about how this affects your programs or volunteer projects, please reach out to your staff supervisor via email. Financial donations are our greatest need during this time.
Interfaith Outreach has one-time and year-round volunteer opportunities for individuals, high school students, families, civic groups, corporations, faith communities and friends to make a lasting impact together.
1. Visit our volunteer site and create an account.
2. Sign up to help with one-time opportunities that interest you.
3. Consider scheduling a meeting with our team to discuss your skills, passion and availability to meet ongoing volunteer needs (see list of options below).
4. Start making a difference for families and kids!