Helping Utah's most vulnerable

All Volunteer Opportunities

  • Provide a Meal at the Youth Resource Center

    Volunteers of America Utah, VOA's 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 Director of Volunteer Services, Jayme Anderson, by emailing: Jayme.Anderson@voaut.org. To sign up for this volunteer opportunity, please review the meal guidelines, then fill out the volunteer application below.

  • Organizing Donations at the Youth Resource Center

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

    Our Youth Resource Center can always use your help sorting and organizing donations! By helping us sort donations, you allow staff to spend more time with our youth clients, providing a smoother experience, and allowing us to continue to operate a facility that provides a caring place for Utah's most vulnerable youth. Organizing donations is a fantastic way for volunteers under the age of 16, accompanied with an adult, to get out and learn first hand the value of community service! For question, please contact Volunteer of America, Utah's Director of Volunteer Services, Jayme Anderson by emailing Jayme.Anderson@voaut.org. To sign up for this volunteer opportunity, please fill out a volunteer application below.

  • Administrative Work

    Volunteers of America Utah, Administrative Office

    There are many ways Volunteers of America, Utah can use your help! Outside of our major client programs, our Administrative Team runs a high paced office with many volunteer opportunities. Have a talent for administravtive work? Help us with filing, data entry, appointments and more! For questions, contact Volunteer of America, Utah's Director of Volunteer Services, Jayme Anderson by emailing Jayme.Anderson@voaut.org. To sign up for this volunteer opportunity, please fill out a volunteer application below.

  • Childcare at Cornerstone Counseling

    Volunteers of America Utah, Cornerstone Counseling Center, 447 West Bearcat Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84115

    Cornerstone Counseling Center been committed to providing high quality behavioral health services to vulnerable individuals and families in our community who might not be able to afford this type of care. We are in need of volunteers to help in child care services for the children of clients attending therapy. Volunteers will engage and interact with children in a nurturing and supportive manner. We have morning shifts and late afternoon open. This is a 6+ month commitment. Join us in making a significant impact in the lives of children. For questions, contact Volunteer of America, Utah's Director of Volunteer Services, Jayme Anderson by emailing Jayme.Anderson@voaut.org. To sign up for this volunteer opportunity, please fill out a volunteer application below.

  • Organizing Donations at Adult Detoxification Center

    Volunteers of America Utah, Adult Detox Center, 252 Brooklyn Avenue, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

    Our Adult Detox Facility could use some help with sorting and organizing donations. By helping us sort donations and organize our office it allows our staff to quickly access clothing and other donations to provide to individuals who are detoxing in the facility which greatly helps with their stay. We could use a regular volunteer to donate an hour or so a week to help keep our clothing and donation room organized. Must be 21 years of age and up. For questions or to sign up, please contact Emily Bennett by emailing emily.bennett@voaut.org

  • Gardening at Adult Detoxification Center

    Volunteers of America Utah, VOA's Adult Detox Facility, 252 Brooklyn Avenue, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

    Our Adult Detox Facility has a wonderful new garden on-site! We are looking for volunteers to either run garden groups with the clients or to work independently with weeding, watering and garden care taking. Garden Groups are a wonderful opportunity for our clients to get outside and get fresh air, learn new skills and work in the dirt. Must be 21 years of age and up. For questions or to sign up please contact Emily Bennett by emailing emily.bennett@voaut.org

  • Group Volunteer Opportunities at Adult Detox

    Volunteers of America Utah, VOA's Adult Detox Facility, 252 Brooklyn Avenue, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

    Our Adult Detoxification Center would welcome volunteers who are comfortable running groups to run a group or class on site. Currently we are looking for group leaders to run groups on mindfulness, meditation, yoga and aerobics. If you have skills in one of these areas or are a student looking to complete hours for yoga and/or fitness, we would love to have you run a group. If you're looking to hold a smaller mindfulness group in our garden, we would love to offer that at our facility. Must be 21 years of age and up and up For questions or to sign up for this opportunity please contact Emily Bennett by emailing Emily.bennett@voaut.org

  • Yard Cleanup at our Transition Homes

    Volunteers of America Utah, Salt Lake City, 84102

    We are looking for volunteers to assist with yard maintenance such as: pulling weeds, planting flowers, and basic landscaping. Volunteers must have supervision if under 18. For questions or to sign up please contact Jayme Anderson by emailing Jaume.Anderson@voaut.org