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Example One VOLUNTEERS YOU ARE THE NETWORK GET INVOLVED THE ROAD IS LONG Example Two CHANGEMAKERS IF NOT YOU THEN WHO? JOIN US Example Three SEE IT THROUGH SHINE YOUR LIGHT ON EVERYONE START HERE
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If you have skills in Microsoft Office or in personal finances, we have need of tutors in our computer lab.

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Access has a current need for blog writers, social media planners, marketing, and office help.

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Access has a need for recovery coaches and peer mentors to guide and support our clients.

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From community resource outreach to bike races, fun runs, and clean up events, help us get organized.

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Come help us register participants, man a station or booth, encourage others, or just participate.

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Our events are about rallying community support to help in the cause of affordable housing for those most vulnerable.

How To Become A Volunteer?

Volunteer work is not just an item on a resume or college application – it’s an essential part of a functioning society. The benefits of volunteer work reach far and wide with a ripple effect that begins with you and Access Foundation and extends far into our community, benefiting everyone in its wake. Start here and you’ll learn more about the importance of volunteering and getting started with the opportunity thats right for you.

Register As A Volunteer

We have many opportunities for volunteering fitting a wide range of ages, experience, strengths, and goals, virtually everyone can benefit from providing service to others.

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Education

Volunteers needed to tutors learners in the computer lab

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Administration

Office help needed to manage data, mail, filings, etc.

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Mentors & Coaches

Recovery coaches and peer mentors needed to guide clients.

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Event Planner

Event planners needed to organize community leaders and the public to encourage contributions.

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Event workers

There is no limit to what we can do with help.

Meet Our Volunteers

Our volunteers focus their scarce time and abundant talent, guided by their personal values and interests, where they fit best. They connect with our causes on a deep level and have had a great impact on our success.

Thalia Cobb

Education - MS Office

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Marcus Cruz

Recovery Coach

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Angela Walker

Event Planning

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Lia Shelton

Administration

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Hadas Hartman

Peer Mentor

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Mathias Little

Event Worker

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Waylon Dalton

Event Planning

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Joanna Shaffer

Education - Personal Finance

  • SCHOOL AGE

  • ~ 12 - 18 Life Stage - Youth
  • Teenagers see great benefit from providing selfless service. Volunteering can add depth to college applications and help give teens perspective.
  • COLLEGE

  • ~ 19 - 26 Life Stage - Adolescent
  • Volunteering in college helps students begin establishing their work experience in any certain field. Students can also build a substantial network of contacts.
  • BEYOND

  • ~ 27 - 95 Life Stage - Adult
  • Volunteering at any age as an adult can help keep you up with experience, add to your resume, and provide the you with a deeper sense of pride and community.

Volunteers Testimonials

Our volunteers give heart and soul to our special needs populations. Here we share a few of their stories.

Volunteer work is the cornerstone that joins charitable service and hard work. You can contribute much to Access Foundation and help provide affordable living to those with special needs.