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Help At Your Door Volunteer Opportunities

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Help At Your Door volunteers, Bill Driscoll and Shirley Shimota, raked leaves for some seniors in our community this fall.

Volunteers are the heart of our Help At Your Door non-profit services.

We rely on our volunteers every day as we serve seniors and individuals with disabilities in our Twin Cities community.

With our expanded services, comes additional ways for our volunteers to get involved. From preparing occasional meals, to painting projects and changing light bulbs, volunteers can contribute in a variety of ways.

 

Here are a few new ways that Help At Your Door volunteers can get involved:

Homemaker
If you enjoy cooking or baking for others, or helping out with a few light household chores like cleaning and organization, our Homemaker Role might be a good fit for you. This volunteer opportunity will allow you to build personal relationships while fulfilling needs in the homes of clients.

Chore Assistant
We have many clients who need help from volunteers who  are willing to help out with “light handyman” projects like: interior and exterior painting, hanging pictures, changing light bulbs and smoke detector batteries, and more.

Driver
If you would like to be on-the-go, consider helping as a Volunteer Driver. In this role, you will help clients to get back and forth safely from their appointments or errands. We’ll ask for your availability and preferred geographic areas, and match you with riders accordingly. Weekday or weekend hours are available.

 

Any questions? Contact Carolyn Swenson, volunteer manager, at 651-209-1856.

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