Sin Barreras is working to expand the number of direct educational opportunities we provide the local Spanish-speaking immigrant community. The latest endeavor that is in the very beginning stages of development is a GED exam preparation course taught in Spanish. If you are interested in being part of a team that develops this course or you’re interested in…

We need volunteers skilled in mediation, trauma healing, counseling, tropical gardening and animal husbandry business management and other areas. Talk with us about how you can help share these skills in Rwanda.

Piedmont CASA is looking for caring, motivated, and objective men and women who are committed to helping vulnerable children in our community. CASA Volunteers come from all walks of life. They have a variety of professional, educational, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds. No special experience is required, but you do need to be at least 21…

Help on an as-needed basis to assist with periodic projects, such as helping to man CASA information booths at community events.

Serve on committees which develop programs and actions, increase membership and engage the community, and promote the chapter’s work through traditional and social media. For even greater impact, join our Board of Directors, which guides the direction of the chapter, ensures access to resources, and advocates in the community to advance NOW’s mission.

The Foundation has many different ways for you to get involved, including assistance with: Cops 4 Kids Day, Annual Appreciation Dinner, Citizens Police Academy, Community Outreach Programs (new and existing), and helping us spread the word about what we do on Facebook by liking our page and sharing posts.

Urban Agriculture Collective volunteers can help with all levels of growing and harvesting, including planting, harvesting, weed control. Below is the Summer 2020 schedule. For a safe comfortable working environment, please bring a mask and be prepared to observe social distancing requirements. Our garden is located at the intersection of 6th Street and Monticello Avenue.…

Food Justice Network volunteers may be asked to help with campaigns, outreach or special research related to our advocacy.

City Schoolyard Garden volunteers can help prepare and distribute Harvest of the Month crops, or help with special projects in the gardens.

As a nonprofit, our programs are always in need of supplies!  We’d love to partner with you to hold a supply drive for kids.  Check out our ongoing wishlist needs below!