Get involved in our community through NVFS’ region-wide programs. NVFS offers opportunities for all ages to make an impact.
- Homeless ShelterMichelle Halmon |
During her morning commute, Halmon witnessed men, women and children experiencing homelessness and in an effort to show them that, despite their present challenges, they are our valued neighbors, she decided to dedicate a portion of her life to providing meals for those in need.
- Administrative SkillsFaustina |
When Faustina began looking for ways to fill her free time after school, she knew she wanted to make an impact in her community, and that’s when she found NVFS.
- Homeless ShelterAmy Ukish |
When Amy found herself with a little extra free time, she immediately knew that she wanted to use it to make a difference and giving back to her community.
- Youth DevelopmentWilliam |
Since April 2017, William Schuppert has been spending one hour a week assisting children at the SERVE Family Shelter with their homework through the Homework Club.
- Liz |
Liz Fenning is a volunteer at the Hilda Barg homeless shelter, dedicating her efforts to the children’s activities department and pioneering several summer camp activities for the children at the shelter.
- OperationsTom |
Administrative support is essential to helping us operate as efficiently as possible. As a volunteer, Tom provides support to Human Resources and NVFS special events to help us achieve maximize our operations and success.
- Homeless ShelterHuheey Family |
The Huheey family has been volunteering at the SERVE campus since 2001. Amy Sue and Rob became volunteers because they felt called to the work and liked how SERVE helps the community, especially families and children.
- Foster CareGreg & Lucy |
Greg and Lucy wanted to do their part to help youth get the care and support they need to succeed. One weekend a month, the couple has opened their home to a young special needs child so the child’s elderly grandmother can have a much-needed respite.
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The Power of Volunteers
Ready for success in school
of NVFS Head Start students were ready for kindergarten upon graduation
businesses launched with the help of volunteers
is the average salary increase for Training Futures graduates
Academic and developmental milestones
volunteers in 2017 shared their compassion and skills with young children. As a result,
|92% of head start |
students were ready for
|96% of kids in |
healthy families met
pounds of food were restocked and distributed by volunteers