Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Environment
  • Health & Medicine


PO Box 160668SAN ANTONIO, TX 78280 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To integrate exercise with community service to support health, provide help, and strengthen communities.


Work Out Help Out connects volunteers to a variety of community service events. During every event, volunteers are led through exercises (Work Out) and perform varying types of community service (Help Out).

What is WOHO?

Work Out Help Out (WOHO) is a nonprofit organization (NPO) dedicated to community service and the advancement of physical and mental health.

What does WOHO do?

WOHO effectively connects volunteers to a variety of community service opportunities; however, there is ALWAYS a focus on health, wellness, and quality of life.

WOHO offers weekend volunteer services to the community and NPO partners while integrating an exercise component into the framework of every event.

What makes WOHO unique?

Our Environment

  • WOHO makes volunteering fun by providing music and promoting socialization/networking among volunteers.

Our Model

  • WOHO is uniquely designed to facilitate NPO collaboration, address multiple social challenges simultaneously, and help volunteers discover their passions.

Our Volunteers

  • WOHO events unify volunteers from myriad cultural, professional, and ethnic backgrounds to a common cause- Building Strength Through Community Service.


Would you recommend WORK OUT HELP OUT?
7 reviews Write a review
by Joseph S. (February 15, 2017)
I feel like it is a good way to get involved with the community and make a difference
by Francisco R. from TX (February 1, 2017)
I joined a group of volunteers to help clean and maintained multiple gardens at an academy school on the Southside of San Antonio. We did some yard work like weeding and raking tree leaves. I thought this volunteer event was well organized. There were several volunteer teams doing different tasks. Then we would work out by doing some interval training at different exercise stations. For example, one exercise station would be for jumping rope and another station would be for climbing the stairs etc. It was a good cardio workout for me and I felt great that I did something benevolent and constructive by volunteering. In summary, this volunteer opportunity is good for the mind, body, and soul. I guess the only CON is that the next volunteer opportunity is at Phil Hardeberger Park and that is too far for me to attend.
by Paul R. (January 20, 2017)
Volunteering made fun! Great atmosphere with people of all ages and fitness levels. Get some exercise and community service hours in one shot. There is music, snacks, and they even handout raffle prizes at the end!
by Rachel W. from Milwaukee, WI (January 14, 2017)
Very disorganized. It took forever to find where the event was located in the park.
by Priscilla C. from TX (September 11, 2016)
It is a good cause you can't regret being a part of.
by Zachary M. from TX (June 13, 2016)
This organization has many great opportunities that will get you involved with the community while also offering a beneficial exercise. The leaders are very organized, friendly, and interactive with each of the volunteers. Most events happen on Saturdays from 10am-12pm. There was a delicious snack provided by Sassy Chef at the end of the event and water was accessible whenever it was needed. They do an amazing job at showing the effects that volunteer service can have on the community and make it clear that we can both work out while we help out.
by Joanna R. (June 12, 2016)
All volunteers have a great attitude. I am grateful to have found a humble and active group of people who come together and help the community!

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