Volunteers play a vital role in helping 211 deliver effective and quality services to those in need in our community. We rely heavily on these dedicated individuals in order to keep up with the needs that many individuals in our community are facing.
All volunteers are required to complete at least a mandatory four hour orientation and training. Additional training may be required depending on the volunteer position.
Benefits of Being a 211 Volunteer
Receive a sense of satisfaction in assisting those in need and making a difference in the lives of others
Become aware of services available to you and loved ones in your community
Meet new people
Develop meaningful friendships with staff and fellow volunteers
Share invaluable work and life experiences
Attend annual agency events
211 Sunshine Daily Telephone Reassurance Volunteer
Sunshine is a free, daily telephone reassurance program that is designed to check on the well-being of more than 400 homebound, disabled, and seniors, living in our community. Volunteers make friendly phone calls from our office to check on the welfare of Sunshine clients.
211 Community Awareness Volunteer
CAV's assist in expanding the community's knowledge of 211 by distributing materials and discussing services of 211 at health fairs and other community events.
211 Teen Ambassadors
Friendly, empathetic, non-judgmental teens are recruited from local high schools to educate their peers, provide fellow students with information on invaluable community resources and to promote the use of 211 as a problem solving tool.
211 Social Media Volunteer
Do you speak the language of social media? Why not earn community service hours doing something you already do! We are recruiting social media savvy teens and young adults to assist in our online efforts to spread the work about 211 HelpLine.