Ongoing Opportunities

The following volunteer opportunities are ongoing, meaning you will work with the nonprofit to establish a regular schedule of participation.
Come be a part of our team! Our reuse center welcomes all people interested in joining our community and volunteering at the resuse center.
Do you like problem solving and know your way around a toolbox? Help Activate Good fix our hand carts, so we can better serve our community!
Use your personal skills to make a difference and keep a life-saving organization running smoothly. HopeLine is a nonprofit crisis intervention and suicide prevention hotline and textline, and we are looking for qualified members to help grow our organization by serving on the Board of Directors.
Hotline and textline responders with HopeLine are trained in active listening to provide the best caring, nonjudgmental support and resources possible to those in times of crisis.
Compassionate volunteers who meet with clients by appointment to assist them with budgeting.
These volunteers meet one-on-one with clients who are requesting financial assistance to help them connect with resources available at Western Wake Crisis Ministry as well as in the community at large.
Compassionate volunteers who meet with clients by appointment to assist them with job searching, resume building, and accessing job resources.
The champion will call from time to check in and follow up with clients who have received services at Western Wake Crisis Ministry.
Compassionate volunteers who meet with clients by appointment to assist them with finding affordable housing.
Compassionate volunteers who meet with clients by appointment to offer legal advice.
These volunteers help to identify what resources at Western Wake Crisis Ministry a client would be eligible for & benefit from.
We are seeking individuals, churches, organizations, social groups, and employers to host a hygiene drive to collect hygiene products to increase our hygiene inventory so we can continue to provide hygiene kits to more Wake County youths.