Volunteer With Tri-Lakes Cares!
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Tri-Lakes Cares.
Here at Tri-Lakes Cares we are able to provide services to our community and serve the needs of our clients because of our dedicated volunteers!
Our volunteers carry out many of the day-to-day operational activities for Tri-Lakes Cares. They interact with clients, stock our food pantry, distribute grocery orders, process donations, pack Snack Packs for local youth, and contribute in many other ways to the success of Tri-Lakes Cares. There are many areas within Tri-Lakes Cares that you can help serve!
We would love for you to join our amazing team of volunteers!! Check out these short videos below of some important areas to volunteer with Tri-Lakes Cares.
Check out these videos on ways you can volunteer!
Special Volunteer Opportunities:
There are several groups in our community that continue to support our efforts to help those in need in our community! Monument Hill Kiwanis supports the Empty Bowls Dinner & Silent Auction; they also help with Thanksgiving and Christmas distribution; and coordinate the delivery of the food from Harvest of Love. The Boy and Girl Troops of America also contribute to Tri-Lakes Cares. Many churches, businesses and organizations throughout the surrounding community support Tri-Lakes Cares’ mission. If your group is interested in doing a project with TLC, please contact us!
Tri-Lakes Cares hosts two youth volunteer projects per year. The first youth volunteer project will take place in October of 2020, which is our TLC Youth Canned Food Drive, and the second youth project will take place in Spring of 2021. Check back in early spring to learn more about that project! These projects are designed for youth to achieve their required civic hours.
Contact our Volunteer Coordinator to learn more!
Contact Nichole Pettigrew, Volunteer Coordinator
Tel: (719) 481-4864, ext. 113
We look forward to having you become part of our team!
Winter Weather Delays/Closures at TLC
We will announce weather delays and closures our website homepage (at the top) and through on our social media platforms (@trilakescares on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter).
Volunteers will also receive notifications through the “When to Help” network.