Helping Hands Volunteer Program
Did You Know?
The homes and shelter facilities we build and renovate are Beautiful, Welcoming, and Comforting but – they are missing some of the most basic items that a person needs to recover from homelessness and get back on their feet! Filling refrigerators with much-needed food or homes with new kitchen utensils and bathroom supplies is just one way that your volunteering efforts can make a positive difference in someone’s life!
Download our flyer or use #HANVHelpingHands to spread the word about the many ways you can GET INVOLVED with HomeAid!
Fill the Fridge for homeless families moving into a new home. Collect gift cards so that families can buy milk, fruit, and other perishables for a healthy start in their new home!
Create Welcome Baskets for homeless families that need basic but essential items for their new home, including towels, linens, pots, etc.
Join a HomeAid Event Committee!
Utilize your special skills and interests to help shelter residents!
Are you great at organizing in a small space? Can you show someone the basics of cooking or healthy eating? Do you have other skills or special talents that you would be willing to share with a small group of homeless clients seeking to better their circumstance and become productive citizens in our community? If so, HomeAid can match you with one of our shelter partners interested in having you share your skills with others. We are seeking a multitude of skills and interests so please let us know how you would like to participate.
Kudos to You!
Your company, group or individuals will be specially recognized in HomeAid materials. We can provide certificates of participation, t-shirts, photos, and even a commemorative plaque for your service.
Your support and involvement helps to recruit others!
Find out more…
If you’re interested in any of HomeAid Northern Virginia’s volunteer opportunities, contact Christy Eaton at 571-283-6320 OR fill out the form below.
NOTE: If you are interested in volunteering with or in donating clothes to Women Giving Back (WGB), please visit WGB’s website.
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