Volunteering at Hope Services may be the most fulfilling and rewarding time you set aside this year! Our participants would enjoy having members of our community be a part of Hope and a part of their lives in whatever capacity you can. If you are in Northern California and would like to volunteer in one of our programs or services or at one of our HopeTHRIFT stores, please fill out the form below.
HopeTHRIFT Volunteers Needed
We are always looking for individuals to volunteer at our stores. The work depends on the amount of time and how often you would like to volunteer, but some of the assignments are:
- Sort through donations for sellable and non-sellable items
- Maintain the sales floor: keep clothes racks neat and orderly by rehanging, straightening, recategorizing them into the proper size areas
- Straightening the shoes and bric-a-brac area
- Monitoring dressing rooms
- General merchandising of store
Hope Counseling Center Volunteer Opportunities
Are you interested in how you can help to improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities and mental health needs in our community? Join our Hope Counseling Center team as a volunteer!
Here is how you can help (even while we work remotely!):
- Are you fluent in Spanish, Vietnamese, or another language? Help link our clients to their psychiatry or counseling appointments by providing translation! Please include in the notes section the language you speak
Corporate and other groups are also welcome! Assignments are contingent on the size of the group and the amount of time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to discuss.
One final experience I will never forget was my time at Hope Services in Mountain View, an organization aimed at assisting the developmentally disabled. During the weeks I volunteered at Hope Services, I made multiple friends – not only with fellow students, but also with the people I was assisting. It was a great learning experience and provided me with a different perspective on the needs of the physically and mentally challenged.” — Keshav Singh