Residential Volunteer – ages 18+
Spend time with the children of the Residential Treatment Program! Volunteer opportunities include recreation & lunch during the school day, afternoon activities (ex. Yoga, Pottery), evening activities (ex. Art Group, Games/Movie nights), and special weekend events. Volunteers must be at least 18 years or older.
Foster Care Volunteer – ages 18+
Volunteers are needed to provide child care during monthly support groups and training sessions on weekdays from 6-8p. Opportunities to provide clerical assistance as well as sorting and organizing donated items are available on an as needed basis. Learn more about St. Joe’s Therapeutic Foster Care and Adoption program. Must be at least 18 years or older.
Child Development Center Volunteer – ages 14+
Become a CDC classroom assistant and help your assigned teacher prepare for activities/lessons, clean the classroom, and engage the students in play. Assistance is also requested for special events and clerical tasks on an as needed basis. These opportunities are available Monday through Friday, anytime between 10am-noon or 2:30-5:30p. Many high school students earn their service hours through the CDC. Learn more about the Child Development Center. Volunteers must be 14 years or older.
Sewing Society Volunteer – ages 14+
Volunteer quilters and embroiderers work Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM. No experience necessary. Our expert quilters and embroiderers are happy to teach you! One-time volunteer opportunities are available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further inquiry. Learn more about the Ladies of St. Joseph’s Sewing Society. Must be at least 14 years or older.
Maintenance Volunteer – ages 14+
We welcome volunteers who can complete operations projects, i.e. civic, business and school groups that are able to help us maintain our building and grounds. One-time volunteer opportunities are available as needed. Must be at least 14 years or older.
Picnic Volunteer – All ages
St. Joe’s Picnic For the Kids has been going on longer than the Kentucky Derby and is the only fundraiser hosted by the home. Held during the second weekend of August, Picnic brings the community together in an effort to raise needed funding for Kentucky’s most abused and neglected children. Volunteer opportunities include being a Zone Leader, working in raffle or gaming booths, serving beer, as well as assisting guests in the Chicken Dinner area. Typically, volunteers work for four hour shifts.
Volunteers are also needed to help with set-up of booths, etc. before Picnic, and to help with clean-up and tear-down of booths after Picnic.
This is the perfect time for students to earn service hours or for businesses to complete community service projects. Become a part of picnic history and sign up today!