Volunteer Opportunities

BecomeVolunteerThere are many meaningful ways to volunteer at Hopkins House:  Reading with preschool children, tutoring teens and adults, organizing and chaperoning on local trips, cleaning toys, painting walls, planting flowers, or serving on committees.

You can volunteer as an individual or part of an employee, faith mission, school group, or club.  The hours and locations are flexible and can be arranged to accommodate your schedule and interest.
Though not applicable to all volunteers, Virginia regulations may require that persons working with children must be at least 14 years of age, submit to a criminal background check and a central registry release of information, and undergo a tuberculosis test. Again, this requirement does not apply to most volunteers at Hopkins House.
Click on the link below that interests you:
Working Directly with Children
Serving on a Committee
Helping in the Office, Helping in the Class