Volunteer In A Fast Paced Environment In the Day Resource Center

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ORGANIZATION: Turning Points

Volunteers Needed

This is your opportunity to volunteer in one of the busiest programs at Turning Points?

4,317 men and women received critical needs services at the Turning Points Day Resource Center in fiscal year 2021-2022. These services were provided with compassion and helped to restore dignity and self-esteem to Turning Points clients. Without volunteers, it would be next to impossible to provide the volume of services listed above. In that same year 583 volunteers donated 41,761 hours of direct services worth payroll value of $1,604,920.

Clients in this program received clothes, shoes, access to hot showers, laundry service, mailroom services, access to computers and phones, employment opportunities and job training. Our volunteer barbers and stylists completed over 1,000 haircuts.

We love our volunteers and hope you will consider joining our family.

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About Turning Points


701 17th Avenue, West, Bradenton, FL 34205, US

Mission Statement

To Provide, Facilitate and Coordinate Services to prevent and reduce homelessness in Manatee County, Florida.


Located in Bradenton, FL, this unique non profit organization has four major programs.

1) Open Door Day Resource Center is where those experiencing homelessness or those at risk of becoming homeless can receive help with basic needs including use of the computer lab, employment assistance, mail service, Food Stamp assistance, hot showers, haircuts, clean clothes and shoes, laundry service and so much more.

2) Medical/Dental Clinic which provides primary care to those experiencing homelessness and low income clients who have no health insurance and meet eligibility requirements. Dental is available for low income individuals by a dedicated Dentist staff . Patients who have no insurance and meet eligibility requirements may receive help with extrations, filling, dentures and cleanings.

4) . Veteran Services targets Manatee County Veteran men and women and their families that are struggling with issues related to homelessness. This program assists Veterans and families.

5). Transitional Development Program assists those experiencing homelessness, those served with an eviction notice and those requesting rental assistance to prevent becoming homeless.


Crisis Support
Homeless & Housing
Community, Crisis Support, Homeless & Housing


We'll work with your schedule.


701 17th Avenue WestBradenton, FL 34205



  • Bilingual
  • Office Reception
  • People Skills
  • Data Entry
  • Administrative Support
  • Customer Service


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Minimum of one 5.5 hour shift per week 8:30 am until 2:00 pm
  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent

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