All Volunteer Opportunities

  • Provide a Meal at the Center for Women & Children

    Volunteers of America Utah, Center for Women & Children | 697 W 4170 S, Murray Utah 84123

    Provide a meal today! Our Center for Women & Children provides support for homeless and low income women who need to complete the detoxification process, take care of their children, and move towards self-sufficiency. By providing a meal as a volunteer, you support our clients in experiencing the feeling of a community wanting to help and engage in their success. To provide a meal, volunteers must be 16 years of age and up. When signing up to provide and cook a meal at our facility, you commit to the time slot and you are assigned to provide, cook, prepare, serve and clean up.

  • Serve a Meal at the Women's Resource Center's

    Volunteers of America Utah, Geraldine E. King Women's Resource Center | 131 East 700 South, Salt Lake City

    Volunteers of America, Utah and the Geraldine E. King Women's Resource Center invites individuals and mid-sized community groups to volunteer at our facility by assisting with meal prep and food service for up to 200 women, who are battling homelessness. As a meal service volunteer, you are tasked with providing positive community engagement and helping us meet nutritional needs by serving meals to our female clients. Our kitchen facility can accommodate groups of up to 20 individuals, ages 16 and up.

  • Volunteer at the Women's Resource Center's Donation Center

    Volunteers of America Utah, Geraldine E. King Women's Resource Center | 131 East 700 South, Salt Lake City

    Individuals or Groups of 8 or less are welcomed to sign-up for this fun and fulfilling volunteer opportunity at the Geraldine E. King Women's Resource Center. This service opportunity is designed to accommodate volunteers of most ages. However, minors must have adult supervision throughout the duration of their shift in the donation center. As a donation center volunteer, you can expect to help out with the following tasks: loading and unloading incoming donations, providing donation receipts to donors, sorting donations, organizing and refilling clothing and hygiene bins, and assisting with client laundry. To volunteer in the donation room, volunteers must be 8 years of age and up. Additionally, volunteers for this opportunity should be physically able to stand for two hours be able to assist with minimal heavy lifting.

  • Volunteer at the Center for Women & Children's Donation Room

    Volunteers of America Utah, VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA UTAH, CENTER FOR WOMEN & CHILDREN | 697 W 4170 S, MURRAY, UTAH 84123

    Love organizing and cleaning? We are in need of volunteers, 18 years of age and up, who are detail oriented and can work independently at our Center for Women & Children. Volunteers will be helping with sorting and organizing donated items. Tasks may include the following: Sorting Donations into proper bins, reorganizing donation bins, refilling hygiene supply bins, cleaning storage bins, etc. Volunteers will be working independently in residential areas. Volunteers must be comfortable working around women ages 18+ who are in the process of detoxification and will be required to complete a Utah Department of Human Services Office of Licensing background screening, record two sets of fingerprints, and pay a fee of $38.25 to cover the processing. Volunteers will need to be able to work 1-5 hours per week on a consistent basis.

  • Mentor a Youth

    Volunteers of America Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

    The Volunteers of America, Utah Amplified Mentoring Program supports positive youth development by connecting young people with a one-to-one volunteer mentor. Reliable, caring relationships with adults provide youth with the supports they need to grow and develop into successful members of our community. When youth know that someone cares about them and they are recognized for their contributions, they are more likely to develop their skills, make healthy choices, and achieve self-sufficiency. To be a mentor you must be at least 21 years of age and willing to commit to meet with a mentee for at least 6 to 8 hours a month for 9 months.

  • Provide a Meal at the Youth Resource Center

    Volunteers of America Utah, Youth Resource Center | 888 South 400 West, Salt Lake City, Utah

    Provide a meal to a homeless or at-risk youth individual, today! Our Youth Resource Center provides breakfast, lunch and dinner to our youth clients 15-22 years of age. By providing a meal as a volunteer, our youth experience the feeling of a community wanting to help and engage in their success. To provide a meal, volunteers must be 16 years of age and up. If you are interested in volunteering to cook and serve a meal at our Youth Resource Center, please first review the following meal guideline, and then click the link below to submit an application. When signing up to provide and cook a meal at our facility, you commit to the time slot and you are assigned to provide, cook, prepare, serve and clean up. For questions, please contact the Volunteer Engagement Manager, Kierra Cable at (801) 364-0744 x 104

  • Start a Charitable Drive

    Volunteers of America Utah, Donation Drop Off | 888 S 400 W Salt Lake City, UT 84101

    Does your book club want to collect donations? Do you have a work group that wants to show their support? Sign up to run a charitable drive for us! Click the "More Information" link below for an up-to-date list of our most needed donations, and fill our the charitable drive form on that page to let us know what you're planning to collect.

  • Administrative Office Volunteers

    Volunteers of America Utah, 425 W Bearcat Dr. Salt Lake City, UT 84115

    Love paperwork and date entry? We are in need of volunteers that are detail oriented and work independently at our Administration Office. Volunteers need to be able to work 2-5 hours a week Monday-Friday on a consistent basis and be 16 years of age and up. Office hours are from 8:30am-5:00pm. Click "More Information" below to volunteer.