Volunteer Opportunities Are Good For You & Others!
Volunteering is good for you, your family, and the community. Volunteering connects you to others in your community, it is good for the mind and body, can advance your career, and is fun and fulfilling.
Volunteer To Help People With Disabilities
DNL volunteers assist staff members in expanding and increasing the quality of services we provide to people with disabilities. We are also able to accept a limited number of student interns, who assist our staff with providing services and in helping us accomplish our long-range goals.
DNL Volunteer Opportunities
Peer Volunteers visit individuals who are often isolated and at high risk of being institutionalized, needing social support to remain independent in the community.
Access Volunteers support DNL staff members in evaluating local businesses and the barriers they present to people with disabilities. The volunteer will take measurements and record them, and may also take photos.
Office Volunteers assist with special projects in the office, such as filing, surveys, etc.
DNL Board of Directors direct and guide the services being provided to the organization.
DNL Associate Board members are young adults and are often college students. The Associate Board supports the organization in fund-raising and special activities.
Public Relations Volunteers represent DNL in the community while manning tables and distributing information about the organization at Health Fairs, Expos, and other public events.
Volunteer with Disability Network Lakeshore
Whether you want to get out of the house a bit more, increase your job skills, or help others, volunteering for DNL is a great place to start!
To get started, fill out the signup form below or you can call us at (616) 396-5326