Are you seeking an opportunity to support Family Service and our programs in a personal, hands-on way? At Family Service, volunteers are valuable members of our agency and community. As a volunteer, you can directly benefit the families and individuals in our care through the ways listed below:
Volunteer to drive Project ONE clients living with HIV/AIDS to and from doctor’s appointments. Encourage and talk with clients one-on-one as you travel together. Learn more.
Project ONE Office Support
Greet clients with HIV/AIDS at Project ONE’s office in the Coatesville Center for Community Health. Provide light administrative support and learn first-hand about HIV/AIDS case management. Learn more.
Volunteer Parent Aide
Provide one-on-one mentoring to a family in the Exchange Club Family Center. Help parents with children (ages 0-12) prevent abuse, strengthen family functioning, and develop safe and healthy homes. Learn more.
Take a low income family in the Exchange Club Family Center “under your wing” for a year. Donate clothing, holiday food, gifts, and other items needed by the family. Learn more.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
For adults age 55 and older. Serve critical community needs at a wide range of nonprofits, schools, libraries, hospitals, arts and culture organizations, and community centers in Chester County. Learn more.
YACC Panel Volunteer
Reduce alcohol abuse and disruptive behaviors caused by young adults ages 18 to 24 in the borough of West Chester. Talk face-to-face with young adults who have committed alcohol-related summary offenses and assign restorative justice tasks to hold them accountable to the West Chester community. Learn more.