More than one way to volunteer
Can't volunteer right now but want to support volunteers and the people they serve? Make a gift to our Annual Fund in support of our Venturing Crew or other volunteer activities.
Volunteers make a difference!
Make a difference like Carolyn Hayes, the 2019 recipient of the Carl Day Volunteer Service Award, presented by the regional Erin Ritchey Memorial Awards.
We value your interests and your time. You let us know how and when you would like to be involved. We’re sure to have something to meet your interests, whether it’s participaing with those we serve, helping us in our homes, volunteering at events or serving on one of our Boards or Committees.
Compete the application form and return it to our Volunteer Coordinator or sumbit the online applicaton form. (See below)
Our Volunteer Coordinator and our staff will be by your side in your volunteer journey with us. We will contact you upon submission of your application and your new adventures will begin! You volunteering with us – PRICELESS!
We not only have supportive volunteers from the Civitan Club of Dayton, we now have friends who join us throughout the year for events they coordinate for us, like Family Fest, along with Elks Lodge #58.
Find out what the Civitan Club of Dayton, and students from schools throughout our area, including Wright State University and Sinclair Community College, already know - that volunteering with Partners changes lives! Volunteering changes lives because not only are those served benefiting, but those who serve benefit as well with new friendships and new experiences.
Student life volunteer service
Young volunteers from Kentucky, Indiana, Pennsylvania and more join us each spring as part of Student Life Volunteer Service. They help us with yard work, landscaping, painting, cleaning garages, washing windows and vans and always bring us joy and energy.
Partners was honored to work with the Tecumseh Council of the Boy Scouts of America to charter one of the first integrated Scout troops with members with intellectual/developmental disabilities in Ohio. Our Venturing Crew includes both men and women over the age of 18.
Our Crew participates in volunteer efforts in the community, as well as in all the activities that make Scouting an adventure, including camp outs with other Scouts, earning merit badges and more.
The Brighter Tomorrow Foundation has been instrumental in providing funds for a variety of activities for our Venturing Crew.
Volunteers are welcome to join us as Crew leaders or to join us in our activities. Contact information below.
Interested in volunteering? Contact Annie below: