Beaumont Nursing Adopt-A-Garden Volunteers

Winter UPDATE (last updated February 2024)

We are NOT currently accepting new, individual volunteers.

After reading over our volunteer pages, please fill out our inquiry form at the bottom of the "Individual Volunteering" page to be added to our wait list and contacted when we reopen applications. Thank you for your understanding!

Why Get Involved?

First Step relies heavily on the kindness and generosity of our volunteers to provide support and assistance to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The gift of time is precious one, and our teams are trained to help provide that gift.

The mission of First Step’s Volunteer Program is to provide the community with opportunities to support First Step’s mission and increase our ability to deliver services at a higher capacity, standard, and efficiency than they do. First Step’s Volunteer Program aims to be diverse, inclusive, and includes individuals and groups who have a variety of skill sets, trainings, education, and experiences.

Whether it is through working with survivors and their children, gardening, maintenance, event planning, cleaning, organizing, offering advisory, or consulting, all of our volunteers' efforts and time are valuable and appreciated.

First Step volunteers are family!

WAYS TO VOLUNTEER

1. Individually

Individuals looking to support First Step in long-term placements or with short-term activities and projects. This type of volunteering requires background checks and various training.
Learn About Individual Volunteering

2. with my group

Is your group looking for ways to give back? We welcome organized groups of volunteers looking to engage in a one-time volunteering opportunity such as hosting an event, activity, or completing a project all times of the year!
Learn About Group Volunteering

3. Internships

From micro to macro level internships, First Step offers a variety of placements throughout many of our programs. Internships are specifically for those enrolled at an educational institution, providing volunteer time without monetary compensation in exchange for a class credit.
Learn About Interning