Our volunteer framework aims to engage volunteers in refugee partnership, leading to communities that are healthier, safer, more economically sound and culturally rich for all residents. Volunteers support refugees through their first year in the United States.
Volunteers of all types, full time or part time, and day and evenings are needed for many of our initiatives.
- ESL Instructor and/or tutors
- Financial Literacy instructor
- Computer Lab instructor and/or tutors
- Adopt-a-Family or Family Mentoring
We have many other needs not listed here, so please contact us and we’ll share our needs with you. We are currently working on events for groups to interact with our families.
Volunteers help us encourage self-sufficiency, find a balance between cultural environments and manage expectations. To get involved or for additional information or questions, please contact:–use current list.
To get involved or for additional information or questions, please contact:
Columbus Office: Allison Hammond at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cleveland Office: Danielle Drake at email@example.com
Toledo Office: Corine Dehabey at firstname.lastname@example.org