Ways to Volunteer

We can work with you to find the volunteer opportunity that fits your interests and the time you have to give. Any level of commitment can help a family find a path to self-sufficiency. Explore the options and let us know what you're interested in. That's all it takes.

The entire experience, including with my allies, taught me that I have not only a set of skills, but talents, and that I actually matter." -Trevor, Circle Leader

BEFRIEND A FAMILY IN POVERTY

Volunteers called “Allies” build a circle of support around and become intentional friends to an assigned individual or family for an extended period of time. Allies meet weekly with participants to have dinner, provide emotional support and help them accomplish goals to become self-reliant.

Are you an experienced photographer interested in the nonprofit sector? Or an aspiring videographer with a passion for helping others? Come put your skills (or aspiring skills) to use! Help us build media content and spread awareness.

BECOME A BRIDGES CERTIFIED TRAINER

Our volunteer “Bridges Out of Poverty” trainers will teach concepts and patterns of economic class to groups of individuals in their region. As a certified trainer you will help increase our communities’ “Poverty IQ” and help them understand how to best support and learn from families in poverty. Must be at least 21 years of age.

Volunteer Form

Please tell us a little about yourself and we'll reach out to you.

What volunteer levels are you interested in? (Select all that apply)