Need Support? Call Us. (866) 272-7826
  • Home

Who Can Volunteer and Where

Who can volunteer?

Are you a skilled artist or like to dabble in arts and crafts? Are you a musician or someone who likes to have fun with a kazoo and create your own special sounds? Whether you like to work with seniors or prefer working with younger ages; are a gardener willing to share your expertise or like to create culinary delights in the kitchen; play games and teach sports or prefer teaching computer skills – We Need You!

Help us find the right position for you

Placement is determined by your interest, availability, location and preference for volunteer service. Prior experience is not required to be considered for a volunteer position. In fact, volunteering is a great way to learn a new skill. When we place prospective volunteers, their availability and interests are more important to us than experience. We will train you to be successful!

They say “It takes a village to raise a child,” we say “It takes a community to continue to nurture a person.”

Latest from @MonarchNC

  • RT @MHFirstAidUSA: Love it--don't forget the sunscreen!…
  • RT @MHFirstAidUSA: AWESOME TIP ALERT! Walking meetings at work are a great way to get outside, even during a busy workday.…
  • RT @MHFirstAidUSA: Love this -- do things you would normally do indoors, outside! Adding fresh air to the mix can make a big impact. #BeThe…
  • RT @MHFirstAidUSA: Absolutely. Making and maintaining connections with others can be critical to good mental health.…
  • RT @MHFirstAidUSA: A4: Beyond scheduling self-care activities you can do WITH friends or family, your loved ones can also be great allies i…
  • RT @NAMIAustin: A2: There are two kinds of self-care activities. Both can be important in the right amounts. Day-to-day self-care should in…

    Keep In Touch.

    click here to sign up

    Administrative Office: 350 Pee Dee Avenue, Suite 101, Albemarle, NC 28001
    Phone: (866) 272-7826 | Fax: (704) 982-5279