Volunteers can be found at all levels of the Catherine McAuley Center! Many work directly with clients, some support projects behind the scenes, and others provide leadership through the board or a committee, but they are all offering hope and opportunity with their service.
*Orientation required for this volunteer role
*Tutor Adult Learners
Help an adult learner improve basic academic skills, learn English, or study for the U.S. citizenship exam. (Minimum commitment of 1 hour per week for 10 weeks)
*Refugee/ Immigrant Community Leader
Are you of refugee or immigrant background and looking to use your language skills and personal experience to empower members of our local immigrant and refugee communities? Talk to us to find an appropriate role! (Various roles and schedules)
*Work with Children
Do you enjoy working with children and creating an engaging environment? CMC Kids creates a safe, fun, and educational space for children to go while their parents access services at the Center. (Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age)
Sort and organize donations and help welcome new refugee families by setting up their homes! (Weekday and weekend opportunities available)
Help families in our community access nourishing, culturally-appropriate food! Volunteers may help transport food, clean, organize, and re-stock shelves. (Flexible scheduling!)
Host a Food/Supply Drive or Fundraiser
Work with your club, workplace, or place of worship to raise funds or supplies that directly support the mission of the Catherine McAuley Center! Collect items from our wishlist, gather household goods for a new refugee family, or get creative and host an event to benefit CMC! (Resources for supply drives and fundraisers available!)
Join a Committee
Help advise various departments or initiatives of the Catherine McAuley Center! Committee advisory areas include but are not limited to endowment, events, facilities, finance, fundraising and public relations, and programs. (Committees meet for one hour on a monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly basis)
Help with basic facility needs such as making a trip to the recycling center, painting, moving furniture, or cleaning and organizing. (Flexible scheduling, projects as needed)
Are you comfortable with computers and looking for ways to keep your skills sharp while enjoying a more flexible schedule? Help support data entry and maintenance, filing, and other administrative projects. (Flexible scheduling, projects as needed)
Social Media Advocacy
Gain work experience by working directly with Catherine McAuley Center program or administrative staff!
Are you a graphic designer? Do you enjoy event planning? Let us know what special talent or skill you would like to share with us!