VOLUNTEEr AT THE harrelson center:

Harrelson Center partners and programs all rely on volunteer support. We can connect you with opportunities that match your interests and skills. Below is information about the three main volunteer paths at the center: partner support, The Help Hub or the main office.

Sign up: Volunteer News!

If you find something that fits your interest, please complete the general form below.  (Please note: The Help Hub has it's own volunteer application: click here to apply. )

  • volunteer at the harrelson center

    • Garden and Building Care: help us with seasonal painting and gardening projects around the building. 
    • Greeters: welcome & greet center guests and direct them to the partner they've come to visit.
    • Special Events: volunteer at one of our two annual fundraisers, Thankful Hearts Luncheon (fall) or A Day in the Country (spring).
    • Administration: help us with mailings and other office needs.
  • volunteer directly with a partner

    The Harrelson Center has 10 nonprofit partners with their own unique missions. Visit our partner page to learn more about them.

    A Safe Place | Habitat for Humanity | Catholic Charities | Communities In Schools

    Kairos Center | Operation Pretty Things | Phoenix Hometown Hires  

    Philippians 3 Ministries | Rescue Mission of Cape Fear | Recovery Resource Center

    GHA Autism Supports |  RI International | a Bike for Every Child

    Many of our partners list upcoming volunteer opportunities on their websites. You can also fill out our interest form below and specify which organization you're interested in volunteering with. 

  • Volunteer at The help hub

    The Help Hub is fueled by volunteers! Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings, volunteers greet and advise clients and also help with office tasks such as data entry. 

    Click here to apply as a Help Hub Volunteer. Thank you for your interest!

please complete the interest form below:

2016 Volunteer of the Year: jan wessell

Jan Wessell volunteers 1-2 times per week at the Help Hub of the Harrelson Center doing database entry. Jan is a retired educator and is a member of First Presbyterian, one of the founders of the Help Hub. 

She says volunteering at the Help Hub “is very rewarding” and says she does it because she “sees such a need - not just to hand out money but to help people find their way”. Jan also stated, “I believe education is the key to be able to deal with circumstances that come your way. Education is key to learning about organizations at the Harrelson Center.

It is the key to getting a job to help you out of the situation you have created”. Thank you, Jan, for your hard work and dedication! We love our volunteers!  

2015 VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR: Jennipher Love