Thank you for giving your time and talent. We appreciate your support!
If you are interested in a Volunteer or Internship opportunity, please fill out the form below with a short message of why you’d like to work with Disability Advocates of Kent County.
Volunteer with Us
Information for Volunteers
If you have registered a group, please let us know if your count changes or you need to cancel.
Youth & Age Requirements
All youth groups under 18 must have one chaperone. If you are 16-18 years old and volunteering without an adult you must have your own transportation available.
Please wear appropriate attire to volunteer, which includes clothes that are comfortable for you. We may be moving items, or walking around the building. If we will be working outside, we will let you know in advance so you can prepare for weather related items.
Parking & Entrance
If you are volunteering with a group, please encourage your staff to carpool. Please avoid parking in any accessible parking spots. Please park in front of any entrance doors – you will sign a sign for the staff door and main entry.
Opportunities to Serve
Time Commitment: regular volunteer hours, 3-4 hour blocks
Join A Committee
Time Commitment: committees usually meet monthly, but depends on the event/project
Host a Supply Drive
Time Commitment: Up to you
Host an Organization/Company on-site volunteer opportunity
Time Commitment: Up to you, can’t be more than 15 people
Interview Assistance for Youth Transition Program
Time Commitment: 2-3 hours, up to you how many times a year
Lead a “Curbs and Coffee” Event
Time Commitment: usually 2-3 hours, and you choose the date/time/location that works best for you
Volunteer for our Occupational Therapy Program – cleaning equipment
Time Commitment: usually one-two hours, and the time depends on your schedule
Host a Third-Party Fundraiser
(Jean day, birthday giving, bake sale, etc) Time Commitment: up to you, and you choose the date/time that works best for you