Group Volunteer Opportunities

The following volunteer opportunities have been listed as appropriate for groups of volunteers who want to work together.
We are actively recruiting individual volunteers for our weekday project crews, and to assist with other task supporting our work in the community. If you are interested in volunteering in an capacity, please contact us at : info@rebuildingtogethertriangle.org Thank you!
Are you passionate about sexual health? Do you have skills to share? Consider getting involved with ASHA. Our volunteer program runs in tandem with our Ambassador program – it allows you to be as involved as you want to be and connects you with our global network of supporters.
The community benefits greatly from The Family Store (Monday-Saturday, 9:00AM-5:00PM). Donations are sold at a very low price, allowing families who may not be able to shop elsewhere to purchase affordable, good quality clothing.
Every Friday (7:30AM-11:30AM), volunteers are welcome to come to The Salvation Army to help serve/give away free food that has been donated by a generous community partner. Frozen meats, canned goods, pet food, and more are given out.
Every Friday (7:30AM-11:30AM), volunteers are welcome to come to The Salvation Army to help serve/give away free food that has been donated by a generous community partner. Volunteers assist with setup, helping clients select foods, restocking, and cleanup.
Looking for a Pro-Bono Attorney to assist with educating on the juvenile justice system. The program is free and open to the general community
Join Habitat Wake in building 75 new homes this year in Wake County! No experience or tools needed. Just bring yourself and have fun.
Courage Cards are something you can do by yourself or with a group. Materials needed can be simple (paper/crayons) or more elaborate (card stock/stickers/stamps/etc.) depending on what you'd like to do. All cards will be going to kids that are inpatient at Duke and UNC Children's Hospitals.
Cut, split and deliver donated firewood to low-income residents of Wake County.
Volunteers will learn FDA and USDA standards of egg inspection. Volunteers will be trained on how to properly clean, examine, and prepare for egg distribution for our food hunger initiatives. Point of contact – Mynikah Stokes- 919.373.5895
Help us provide protein for the Hungry by sorting and repackaging eggs to be distributed out in the community through our Mobile Markets and community partnerships. Volunteers will be trained on how to properly clean, examine, and prepare for egg distribution for our food hunger initiatives.
Life Experiences has an opportunity for volunteers to fold laundry.