SOS Volunteer Opportunities!
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SOS Community Services
Volunteers are needed to help run the SOS Food Program!
Duties Include: Stock the pantry, unload the food truck, assist consumers, help with clean-up, data entry & scheduling appointments
Volunteer Shifts: Monday 1-5 PM, Tuesday 1-6:30 PM, Wednesday 9 AM-1 PM
* Volunteers should be comfortable with lifting and using stairs
Duties Include: Provide support and resource referral to walk-in consumers facing crisis
Volunteer Shifts: Monday 9 AM - 1 PM, Thursday and Friday 9 AM - 4 PM
Do you have great customer service and phone skills? You might be a perfect fit for volunteer opportunity at our Administrative Office.
Duties Include: Answer phones, greet visitors and provide information about SOS programs and other community resources.
Volunteer Shifts: Monday through Friday from 9 AM-1 PM or 1 PM-5 PM
Do you have a passion for data entry, event planning, graphic design, marketing, or fundraising? We need your help in our Development Department! Help us raise funds to support our programs and host special events to raise awareness about SOS.
Volunteer shifts: Flexible! Office hours are Monday - Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM
Requirements: Volunteers should have experience in the area they wish to volunteer
About SOS Community Services
101 S HURON ST, YPSILANTI, MI 48197, US
SOS Community Services promotes housing stability and family self-sufficiency through collaboration, care and respect.
SOS Community Services was created in 1970 by a group of Eastern Michigan University students and faculty members. SOS originally provided peer-counseling and supportive services through a 24-hour crisis line to address drug-related issues.
In 1973, SOS founders relocated the organization to 114 N. River Street in Ypsilanti, where the majority of our services are still housed today. Since the 1980s, SOS has provided services and resources related to housing and the prevention of homelessness. Currently SOS Community Services offers shelter and rapid rehousing, children’s programs, a food pantry and other resources to prevent homelessness throughout Washtenaw County.
We'll work with your schedule.
114 N. River StreetYpsilanti, MI 48198
- Youth Services
- Food Delivery / Distribution
- People 55+
- Background Check