See this man’s bright smile? You helped make it happen! This guest is holding the keys to his new apartment for the first time and he can hardly contain his joy! Why should he? He’s worked hard all season long to better his situation, and with the help of our awesome cadre of staff and […]
The shelter opened on Friday, November 15, 2019 and will remain open until March 31, 2020. Thank you to all who have already volunteered and who will volunteer to help make this possible. We could not do it without you!
Interested in serving as a volunteer at the shelter this winter? Attendance at a volunteer training session is mandatory for new volunteers. Volunteers serve alongside professional staff from 5:45pm-midnight every night of the week and from 11:59pm-8am (overnight) on Friday and Saturday nights. After you are trained, you may sign up for as many shifts […]
The best way to stay informed of our “just-in-time” needs is to join our mailing list. We’ll send you occasional updates and let you know about volunteer opportunities. We will never share your information with other organizations.
Do you love knowing you’ve helped people start their day with a full stomach? Here are two ways to get involved. GROCERY GIVER: Grocery Givers sign up to provide a week’s groceries, supplies, and other staples for the shelter. Most suppliers visit the shelter to deliver goods 2 or 3 times during their week and spend […]
Reese Williams has volunteered for the evening shift at the Shelter for 3 years! Getting to know you… . “I am a Congressional Flight Attendant with the US Air Force–our primary client is the First Lady of the USA, but we also serve Speaker of the House, Congressmen, Diplomats and Attaches.” Has visited a total of […]
“One thing that has impressed me the most is how the volunteer staff and the organization which runs the operations work so well to create an environment of respect, peaceable surroundings and connection to services such as job assistance, mental health, and medical services.”- Geary “In my daily life, I don’t come into contact with […]