Volunteer opportunities are available Monday through Saturday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Food Pantry volunteers assist clients with food choices, take groceries to their cars, restock pantry shelves, pick-up and sort donations, and help deliver food to shut-ins.
Clothing Program volunteers assist with check-out, sort and hang incoming donations, sort and package school supplies, hygiene products and other miscellaneous items.
HOPE Program volunteers assist with computer training, class preparation materials and life-skills training.
Special Event volunteers help us with our fundraising and other events throughout the year. If you have expertise and a desire to serve in this area we will find a project for you.
Special Gift & Holiday Program volunteers are needed to sort and assemble donated items for our School Supplies, Family Easter Baskets, and Warm Coats Warm Hearts programs.
Off-Site Donation Drives help us to supply our clients with basic necessities such as diapers, toiletries, sheets, towels, and winter coats. If you are part of a large group that wants to serve with us, off-site donation drives are a great way to involve everyone. Before and after the drive, bring your group to our facility and take a tour so you can see first-hand how your contribution helps our community.
Discover the personal reward of sharing your time while enriching the lives of others.
Sweetwater Mission was founded on volunteer service and it is volunteerism that continues to be the life-giving force that allows us to provide top-quality assistance!
The first step is to attend Volunteer Orientation. We have regularly scheduled Volunteer Orienations each month (see dates below).
For more information about volunteer opportunities, contact Paula@SweetwaterMission.org
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Winner of the 2018 Simone Collett
Outstanding Volunteer Award
Every year our volunteers nominate one of their peers for exemplary service. Belinda has volunteered more than twelve years in our Clothing Program and plays a vital role in the Special Gift Programs for children. She is always kind and helpful to clients and her fellow volunteers.
Thanks Belinda for your hard work and dedication!
We welcome Court Mandated, Attorney Requested and School Required Community Service Workers.
The first step to begin Community Service with Sweetwater Mission is to attend an Community Service Orientation which is held every Tuesday morning beginning at 10:00 am, no appointment is necessary.
Court Mandated or Attorney Requested CS workers must bring a Picture ID and copy of all charges. Among the charges we cannot accept are Violent Crimes, Drug Posession with Intent to Sell, Shoplifting, Theft or Identity Theft. Sweetwater Mission reserves the right to deny applicants for any reason.
School Required CS workers must bring Picture ID and paperwork if applicable. It is the student's responsibility to make sure that we are notified beforehand of any requirements or reporting necessary for your grade.
Fore more information, contact Paula@SweetwaterMission.org