Whether they come as individuals or travel here in groups, they clearly enjoy volunteering and we are happy and grateful to see them, and we appreciate their help in the many ways they help us and those we serve.
There is an almost endless list of volunteer opportunities to meet a variety of schedules. Volunteerism is a blessing to our ministry and enables us to continue Giving God’s Children a Faith, a Family, a Future.
You can help our students with disabilities in our CHI participate in structured activities to develop social and life skills. Expectant mothers on campus enjoy being pampered with shoulder massages, manicures, pedicures, and hairstyling.
Have a question about the Volunteer Program? Contact Joeylynn Mesaros at 210.696.2410 ext. 177 or firstname.lastname@example.org
These volunteers work with our chaplain. You can:
Days/Hours: Sunday evenings for Bible Study, other projects vary.
Requirements: Must be at least 18 and have completed high school.
Do you have a knack for typing, filing, folding, sealing, or stuffing? Our administrative team often has a need for volunteers to help with general administrative tasks and special projects, such as bulk mailings.
Days/Hours: Mon-Fri., 8:30-4:30; after-hours and weekend projects can often be arranged.
Requirements: Must be high school age or older.
Volunteers who have special skills or training in professional areas can also help us. Some of our current needs include:
Please contact Joeylynn Mesaros at 210.696.2410 ext. 177 or email@example.com
As a volunteer, you must attend an orientation session and must agree to submit to a background check if you are working on the campus or directly with our students and residents.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept court-appointed volunteers due to licensing restrictions.