Hope & Help Center Volunteer Opportunities

Our Volunteer Program is the backbone of the agency, and a meaningful way to join in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Through orientation and training, volunteers are prepared to assist in all aspects of the organization. Volunteers are utilized in a number of areas including special events, public relations, administration, education and working at health fairs. Volunteers can also combine their passion with compassion to provide their professional services-such as legal services, advertising and public relations experience, and more for the Hope and Help Center and its clients.

In addition to individual projects, we can also work with school, church or diversity groups to create a meaningful volunteer project for them. Volunteering can be an excellent source for Team Building. For more information on volunteering, please contact Michael Morman, Community Events Manager at 407-645-2577 ext. 112, or at


To become a Hope and Help Center volunteer, you must complete an orientation. Volunteer Orientations are generally held on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month at 9:45 am. You must call to sign up for an orientation at least 2 days prior to it being held.

Please continue to check the website calendar for updates on orientation dates for 2015.

To stay informed of what´s going on each month, please email and ask to be signed up for our volunteer e-newsletter!

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