We have several opportunities available to all members of the community. Individuals, organizations, and families can sign up for any of the food bank opportunities below without being a registered ICS volunteer.
We have all sorts of volunteer opportunities which vary from weekly to episodic throughout the year and we aim to match volunteers and assignment based upon interests, skills, and availability as well as ICS needs. Here is a list of some of the needs we currently have available.
We are looking for drivers who can deliver meals for our Mobile Meals program this summer. Children 10+ are welcome to go along!
We especially need help with drivers who can take seniors and disabled individuals to appointments anywhere in Tucson. We are calling these special volunteers ANYWHERE DRIVERS. Click here to find out more about this special program.
The following roles require direct interaction with ICS recipients and/or other volunteers in-person, which could include seniors or individuals of various backgrounds and education levels.
The following roles take place in an office setting and do not require direct in-person interaction with ICS recipients, though some involve making and taking phone calls with ICS recipients.
The following roles take place in various locations, do not require prolonged in-person interaction with ICS recipients, and offer a flexible schedule instead of consistent volunteer hours.
The following volunteer roles require direct, prolonged in-person interaction with volunteers and/or ICS recipients which may include children, seniors, or individuals with various backgrounds and education levels.
The following roles have flexible schedules and do not require direct in-person interaction with ICS recipients, though some do involve working with other volunteers, ICS staff, or the public, and making phone calls to ICS recipients.
Interested? Contact Tori Carlson
Our training program is designed to help our new volunteers feel confident and comfortable in their new role.
At our training sessions, new volunteers learn the history and background of Interfaith Community Services and the many programs and volunteer opportunities available. Volunteers have the chance to select the volunteer position that is most meaningful to them.
If you sign up for an orientation, we ask that you provide your Social Security number and bring your drivers license so we may run a criminal background check and Motor Vehicle Report. We also ask that you provide us with the names and telephone numbers of at least two people (other than relatives) who can serve as personal references. ICS takes these steps to help keep both recipients and volunteers safe.
Click here to register for volunteer orientation online!