When you choose True Friends, you choose to enhance the lives of others. You choose to build a future where individuals of all abilities are welcomed, celebrated, and safe to be them.
Volunteering with True Friends helps you support us in creating a world where everyone belongs. You can pick opportunities to volunteer with your family or group, or pick opportunities that fit your interest such as working directly with our participants and staff or assisting in specialized projects.
We have youth and adult opportunities that enhance leadership and interpersonal skills while working with individuals of all abilities. Seasonal volunteers can volunteer with summer camp.
Leader in Training | Summer Cabin Assistant
We have youth and adult opportunities that engage in a variety of tasks ranging from painting, building flower beds, grounds maintenance, and more, depending on the season.
Volunteering at True Friends presents individuals with an opportunity to change lives; including yours.
The perks of volunteering include:
Skill-building. Hone your maintenance and landscaping skills by working with our maintenance team.
Service hours. Complete your volunteer service hours for school or church.
Networking. Looking to meet others who have similar interests as you? Volunteering connects you with others who enjoy supporting individuals with disabilities.
Helping Others. Who doesn’t feel great after volunteering for a mission-based organization?
How to Apply
Whether you are a new or returning volunteer, start by completing the online application.
Once you submit your application, you will receive an email confirming we
have received it.
Each application will be reviewed by staff. We review the application to ensure your interests and goals are a match to
Once your application has been reviewed and approved you will receive a phone call or email about your application and potential opportunity at True Friends.
We are excited to welcome you to be a volunteer at True Friends! Our volunteers are essential in brining our mission to life.
Things to Know
Respect of participants is our number one priority. Remember to use person first language by using the person’s name over their disability. For example, “John has autism” rather than “John’s autistic".
Our participants have hobbies, families, jobs, and school outside of our programs. Start with something that you can relate to and let the conversation flow. Get to know the individuals you work with.