We care about your health and well-being. If you are interested in volunteering at one of our partner agencies for any in-person essential services, please follow the guidance of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Ohio Department of Health's best practices. Individual activities are listed first followed by agencies in alphabetical order.
Blood Drive Volunteers: Welcome and greet donors, escort as necessary and assist with initial intake of blood donation process. (1 shift at 4-6 hrs a month)
Disaster Preparedness Volunteers: Community Disaster Education Members, Home Fire Preparedness Team Members and Pillowcase Program Presenters. (4 activities per year)
Disaster Action Team Volunteer: Serve those affected by disasters. (4 on-call 6 hr shifts)
Disaster Recovery Volunteer: Conduct followup interviews for financial assistance and recovery plans. (1 shift at 3-7 hrs a week)
WHEN: See above
WHERE: Within the Trumbull County area
PHONE: Melanie Collins, 330-201-6615
Volunteers are need to help strengthen, empower and enrich the lives of individuals and families through a broad continuum of services. Family & Community Services provides food for the hungry, clothes for those in need, shelter for the homeless, counseling for individuals and families, guidance for the young and encouragement for the downtrodden.
WHEN: There is a daily need for volunteers.
WHERE: Headquarters: 705 Oakwood St., Suite 221, Ravenna, 44266
MISC: Volunteers must complete a volunteer application. If you are interested in volunteering with any of our programs, please fill out the application (F&CS Volunteer Application) and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer Bellringers to help ring and encourage donations in the communities they serve.
WHEN: Beginning soon through December 24, 2020.
WHERE: Eastwood Mall and various shopping centers throughout Trumbull County.
MISC: Volunteers must complete a volunteer application. For more information about this volunteer opportunity and/or to obtain an application, call (330) 392-1573 or visit neo.salvationarmy.org/northeastohio/bell_ringer
Volunteer for Emergency Disaster Services
WHEN: There is a round-the-clock need for volunteers. Volunteers must meet the criteria listed on the webpage below.
WHERE: Various locations and homes throughout Trumbull County.
MISC: Volunteers must complete a volunteer application. For more information about this volunteer opportunity and/or to obtain an application, call (330) 392-1573 or visit neo.salvationarmy.org/northeastohio/emergency_disaster_services
Volunteers are needed to sort and re-box food in the warehouse, help in the office, answer phones, help with the newsletter or work on special projects like Taste of the Valley and Harvest for Hunger.
WHEN: AS NEEDED - HOURS: Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. to noon, Tuesday afternoons from 2 to 4 p.m., Wednesday evenings from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., and Saturday mornings from 9:00 a.m. to noon.
WHERE: 2805 Salt Springs Road, Youngstown, 44509
MISC: Warehouse volunteers must be able to lift 20 lb. boxes. Call Paige Tomlinson Miller at 330-792-5522 ext. 102 or CLICK HERE to download a volunteer form, complete the requested details and e-mail it to Paige at email@example.com.
Trumbull Mobile Meals is in need of volunteer delivery drivers, packers and office support.
WHEN: There is a daily need for volunteers; however, volunteers must meet the criteria below.
WHERE: 323 E. Market Street, Warren, 44481
MISC: Volunteers must complete a volunteer application and abide by the terms set forth by Trumbull Mobile Meals. For more information about this volunteer opportunity and/or to obtain an application, visit http://www.trumbullmobilemeals.org/volunteer.
Partner agencies and affiliates may add volunteer opportunities to this page simply by submitting their volunteer needs and/or event title, date, location and website address