If you have talents and resources to share with NGOs serving Veterans and military communities, contact us! We have an organization that needs your support.

There are many ways for individuals of all ages to volunteer time and talent, including as a volunteer for one-time events such as community events or work days, in the woods as a Mentor-in-Training, on one of our Board Committees or as a Board Member.

CAT needs volunteers to listen to and process voicemails by entering them into our Request for Assistance spreadsheet log for processing. This can be done 100% remotely, and the expected time commitment is about one hour per week, with a total estimate of about 4-5 hours per month.

CAT is in need of a person or committee to help organize events and campaigns to raise money and other kinds of donations (such as cat food/supplies).

CAT is celebrating its 5th anniversary this year by holding a “Furball Fair” at Castle Hill Cider on May 7th, from 12-4PM. This is our largest event of the year, and we need help with event setup from 10am-12pm and tear-down from 3:45-5:15pm. (Items to be setup/tore-down include: tables, chairs, tents, and decorations.)

CAT does a monthly food drive at one of the local pet stores on the first Saturday of each month from 10am-2pm, with three 2-hour volunteer shifts. This is a tabling event where we collect food or monetary donations and share information/answer questions about CAT that any store visitors may have.

Our House families rely on donated items from several area businesses for breakfasts and lunches so we need volunteers to pick up these donations and help us feed families in need. We need volunteers to get donations from Starbucks (in front of Best Buy) on Wednesdays and Fridays; from Wawa on Pantops Monday, Tuesday and…

One of our most impactful programs is “Meals from the Heart.” Businesses, groups, families, individuals and organizations come to the House and make a meal for our families. When a child is receiving medical treatment for serious illness or injury, taking away the worry of “what’s for dinner?” is a wonderful relief. That’s why we…

One of the biggest ways that volunteers help Autism Sanctuary is through outdoor work like trail maintenance. This type of volunteer work typically involves trimming any stray branches or vines, removing growth that is too close to the trail path, and raking the trail to ensure that it remains smooth. We recommend that volunteers bring…

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