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Every year volunteers devote more than 11,000 hours annually to help Guardian Angel serve its clients. They come from all walks of life – homemakers, professionals, seminarians, senior citizens, students – and are all eager to do their share, enabling the agency to serve more people more efficiently.

Project opportunities are limitless. For example, volunteers perform administrative tasks, answer phones, participate in art and gardening activities with children and seniors, work in the food pantry and thrift store, and fill the roles of helpers at our Child Development Center.


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  • Child Development Center
    • Prepare and maintain Childrens’ Garden plots
    • Organize a backpack & school supplies drive for graduating preschoolers
  • Self-Sufficiency Counseling & Workshops
    • Teach financial literacy class
    • Translate for Spanish speaking clients
  • Food Pantry  
    • Sort & stock canned food
    • Organize a canned food or clothing drive
    • Translate for Spanish speaking clients
    • 2 Volunteers Needed Now
  • Resale Shop 
    • Sort and Price Items, Cashier & Personal Shoppers
    • Organize a clothing and household items drive for families, seniors & job seekers
    • 30 Volunteers Needed Now
  • Spring and Fall Make-Over 
    • Participate in seasonal clean-up at one of our sites
    • 75 Volunteers Needed Now
  • Annual Dinner Auction or Golf Tournament 
    • Join the planning committee
    • Organize a live or silent auction item drive
    • Work the day of the event
    • 10 Volunteers Needed Now
  • Christmas Program 
    • Organize a gift or food drive for children, parents and seniors
    • Volunteer in the Christmas Shop (Call for details!)
  • Mailings & Office Work
    • Fold and stuff mailers used to fundraisers
    • Answer phones & Light filing
  • Board of Directors
    • Join the Board
    • Join a committee working on specific issues/projects
  • Professional Services
    • Professional Expertise: Physicians, attorneys, teachers, accountants, community developers, educators and all professionals are encouraged to participate.
    • Share skill-specific services (example, providing blood pressure screening for seniors if you are a doctor.)