Individual Volunteer Opportunities

Thanks for your interest in learning about individual volunteer opportunities with Volunteers of America Mid-States! We have many programs with a variety of opportunities for your consideration. We’ve listed opportunities below that are a sampling of what’s possible.


Life Skills Educator

Whether you enjoy working with kids or adults, this opportunity is great if you enjoy sharing your skills and knowledge. Ranging from cooking to budgeting to fitness and beyond, your expertise will most certainly benefit our consumers.

Provide Food

This opportunity is ideal for individuals, families, colleagues, and faith-based or civic groups. Help coordinate a meal to be catered for our various programs. You can also donate food you produced in your garden or donate non-perishable foods.

Clerical Assistance

Do have a passion for organization and helping complete tasks? If this sparks your interest, then perhaps clerical assistance is a great spot for you to utilize your talents. We can always utilize extra clerical assistance.

Student Interns

If you are a student studying social work or are just interested in helping others, Volunteers of America offers a robust program that will prepare and expose you to the day-to-day operations of a large human service organization. Contact Donna Trabue for additional information at

Play Games

This unique opportunity that allows volunteers to play games such as Bingo with our consumers virtually or in person.

Family Fun Night/Day

This is an opportunity for you, friends, family members, co-workers, or any group to have fun with the families and kids living at Unity House. You can bring or mail craft materials and virtually teach our consumers how to create a craft.

Commitment level: Low, 1.5 hours once a month as often as desired

Restorative Justice Community Representative

This role will represent the ‘voice’ of the community. This is a broader voice as everyone in the community is impacted by the incident being address. The community representative will live in and represent the community where the incident occurred. They will consider and express the ripple effects the incident has on the community to aid in the awareness of the offender regarding the larger effects of his/her actions.

Commitment level: 2-4 hour training

Restorative Justice Facilitator

This role assists VOA Restorative Justice Program staff with facilitating restorative justice conferences in the community. The restorative justice process requires facilitating three (3) conference meetings that include the pre-conference meeting with the victim party, the preconference meeting with the offender party and the final conference meeting with all parties.
Commitment level: 4 day training

For additional information, contact Diamond Stewart at or (502) 636-4638.

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