As a not for-profit Foundation it is our goal to engage you in the most fulfilling way possible while keeping the “circle complete.”
We encourage our volunteers to seek a service or program that speaks to their heart. You serve and because of the energy of the service and because your heart is open and loving. When you are serving you slip into the space of grace.
Are you looking for ways to give back to the community? Soul Medicine is always looking for volunteers for our Feed Everyone Program, Sustainable Eco 4 Life program, grant writing, and more. Please fill out our online questionnaire to get involved!
Do you love yoga or outdoor pursuits, or would you rather be involved in issues pertaining to local or national heritage?
Do you care deeply about environmental and conservation issues and want to focus your efforts in that area?
Are you interested in working in a nutritional or care type setting?
Do you prefer working with children, young people, or older adults?
Can you serve during the week, or does your schedule limit the amount of time you can commit?
Can you make a minimum one-year commitment?
What skills do you bring? For example, are your skills and interests more administrative and managerial? Would you want to help run an organization?
Are you willing to go through some training?
Is service a way for you to get practical training and experience to help you get a job, or to get certification or credentials for a current job or educational pursuit?
What do you hope to gain from the experience, building skills, helping people, working on a team, making friends?
Would you like to work with someone on a one-on-one basis, such as mentoring a teen or helping an adult learn to read?
Do you prefer working in a group—as part of a team—such as helping to renovate a community center or preparing and serving food at a homeless shelter?
Are you comfortable responding to situations as they arise, or do you need to know what to expect when you come in?
What supports, such as transportation or child care, would you need?
Would you like to work independently on issues such as creating community assets or developing local agencies’ abilities to serve their communities better?
Do you want to acquire qualities of leadership and gain a sense of satisfaction from taking on responsibilities that directly affect peoples’ lives?
Do you want to learn new skills that can help you prepare for a job?
Do you want to earn an Education Award to pay off qualified student loans or to finance college, graduate school, or vocational training?
Do you want to help your community, help yourself and make a difference in the lives of someone in need?