Get Involved

When Rosie's Place first opened its doors in 1974, the organization was run entirely by volunteers. Today, volunteers assist staff by contributing nearly 56,000 hours annually, the equivalent of 28 full-time employees.

Individual Volunteers
Volunteer to serve meals, work in our food pantry, teach a class and more. 

Group Volunteers
We offer team building opportunities for work teams, school groups, friends and family, community agencies, and faith or faith-based organizations to give back. 

College students gain valuable experience in a variety of areas throughout the organization. 

Social Justice Institute
High school students earn community service hours and learn more about social justice issues.

Young Professionals Network
Support Rosie’s Place by becoming a part of our young professionals group. 

Organize an event with your colleagues, organization, school or friends to benefit Rosie’s Place. 

Donated Items and Drives
Coordinate a drive for much-needed items. 

Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to commonly asked questions about volunteering at Rosie's Place.

Our history, our values, our volunteers.