At The Crossroads (ATC) could not operate without the help of hundreds of volunteers; we would like you to become one of them! We are looking for volunteers who are enthusiastic, consistent, and want to use their time to make a difference in their community. From prepping our signature candy packs that we take out to clients during nighttime street outreach to organizing our in-kind donations, volunteers play an integral part in At The Crossroads being able to carry out its mission in serving San Francisco’s most disconnected homeless youth.
- Volunteers can get involved with ATC through a few different ways:
- ATC Prep Night is a monthly event where we get together to prepare the outreach supplies that our counselors take out on their nighttime outreach trips. Prep nights take place the last Wednesday of every month from 5:30 to 7:30pm. If you are interested in volunteering at a prep night just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number and the date of the prep night that you want to go to.
- Office Volunteers are long-term, committed, superstars who come into the ATC office for a few hours every week. They are a valuable part of our team and help us maintain our office through a variety of administrative and active tasks that range from preparing bags of food for our clients to writing thank you letters. To become a long-term office volunteer please fill out this form and the Volunteer Coordinator will get in touch with you within a week.
- Corporate Volunteer Groups can send an email to email@example.com, including the size of the group with the preferred date and time for the volunteer event. At The Crossroads prioritizes building deep relationships with corporate partners and we want to work with organizations that want to work with At the Crossroads on many different levels.
If you have any special skills you want to contribute to At The Crossroads, have questions about our work, or need clarification on how you can get involved, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to hear from you!Tweet