CAT needs volunteers to help us find applicable grant opportunities as well as Grant Writers to manage the application processes.

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 in need of a Marketing and Communications specialist to manage marketing strategy, to help circulate CAT needs and news to local media outlets, as well as assistance crafting particular media releases, and other public relations activities.

Greet and check in donors at drives, manage overall intake and flow, and ensure a positive experience through excellent customer service.

These are the sessions at which applicants sign up for an ID card, present the required documents, get their photo taken, etc.

We need our publicity and certain other documents translated into Spanish.

Front Desk volunteers are vital to IRC operations, greeting each and every person who visits the office, and assisting them with whatever they may need (e.g. directing clients to staff members for meetings, accepting payments, answering basic questions about services). Volunteers are also in charge of answering the main phone line and transferring calls/messages to…

Our coaches work to, connect the fellow with civic and career networks, ask non-judgemental questions to help projects grow, support fellows when things seem hard, and cheer on fellows when they find successes.