Volunteers who help fulfill necessary roles in the organization as volunteers. Phone intake, citation management, assessors, handy skills, development/ grant writers, communications, social media, photography, etc. They are invaluable to the organization.
Help with basic garden tasks.
Our volunteer tutors provide focused support to school-aged children experiencing homelessness in schools and shelters throughout Indianapolis. Daytime and evening opportunities available with multiple locations. All backgrounds and education levels encouraged. We provide the training! One hour a week can change a child’s life. We are now accepting volunteer tutor applications for the Fall 2021…
Volunteers assist in the warehouse processing donated food or putting together bags or boxes of food. Ages 9+. Monday-Friday — 8:30-11:30am and/or 12:30-2:30pm.
The #1 job for volunteers is proving great customer service and a dignified experience for our neighbors. Volunteers stock food items, help bag up groceries, collect & sanitize carts, and more! Ages 13+. Shifts available Tuesday-Thursday & Saturday each week.
From apples and corn, to squash and pumpkins, SoSA volunteers glean fruit and vegetables throughout Indiana. Volunteers glean surplus produce on small and large farms, pick up excess produce from farms that can’t be sold for market, glean local farmers markets and/or participate in produce “drops” in parking lots! ALL of this fresh produce is…
Membership requirements: Anyone who is at least 16 years old and is a property owner in the neighborhood and any resident in the neighborhood can become a member. Membership dues are used for neighborhood expenses; beautification efforts, such as the annual tree planting; identification needs, such as the neighborhood Fletcher Place signs; and fun social…
Every Monday through Thursday, our clinic performs anywhere from 60-75 spay/neuter surgeries per day. At the end of surgery days, each cage/kennel must be cleaned and disinfected to welcome the next day’s patients. We rely on our superstar volunteers to clean and disinfect our surgery cages and kennels.
Our community cat volunteers help care for the cats who are temporarily in our care for our TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program.
Last year alone, our clinic saw over 17,000 vaccine and wellness visits and performed over 10,000 spay/neuter surgeries. Needless to say, we go through a lot of materials. We rely on volunteers to help us prepare specific items we use on a daily basis to help our clinic run smoothly.