To begin the process of becoming a volunteer, click the button below or email us at email@example.com. Within your inquiry, please specify whether you are interested in becoming a direct care or project volunteer and for which home (North Shore of Boston in MA or Greater Hartford area in CT). To understand the difference between direct care and project volunteers, keep reading below.
Our direct care volunteers support the program participants and staff directly in our Residential Recovery Housing (North Shore of Boston, Massachusetts) and our Supportive Transitional Housing (Greater Hartford area of Connecticut)
Opportunities are M-F 8am-12pm & 12pm-4pm. This shift helps with administrative tasks, cleaning, running errands and transportation for appointments. This is typically the busiest time in the home and staff are usually present.
Opportunities are M-F 4pm-9pm. This shift helps with transportation from work or school, meal preparation, and the community dinner. Occasionally staff are present in the home.
Opportunities are Sat. & Sun. 8am-12pm, 12pm-4pm, and 4pm-9pm. This shift helps with transportation to and from appointments and home organization. This shift is usually quieter in the home and rarely has staff present.
Hope Lyfters help transport the Amirah women to and from their work, school, groups, and appointments. There is great opportunity to create meaningful friendships on car rides together!
Our project volunteers support the program by helping with indoor and outdoor home maintenance, seasonal projects, and other assigned tasks at our Residential Recovery Housing (North Shore of Boston, Massachusetts) and our Supportive Transitional Housing (Greater Hartford area of Connecticut).
Our Gratitude Team supports the organization by helping us to give thanks in big and small ways. They meet regularly throughout the year in Lynnfield, Massachusetts.
Join the Gratitude Team on a Saturday morning every other month to help write thank you cards, notes, and other correspondence to our supporters and community.