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Our volunteering impact in 2024

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Organizational savings YTD
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Individual Volunteer Roles 

Work directly with a HomeStretch family to meet defined financial goals, assist with budgeting, and coach for financial management and good decision making. This role will be on an ongoing basis, and the volunteer will meet with the family at least once a month. Will help clients save, pay down debt, and increase their credit score. Work with clients under the financial management pillar on the bridge to self-sufficiency.  

Type of Role: Individual  

Frequency: Once a month (ongoing)  

Time Commitment: 60-90 minutes  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: A Financial Success Coach should have experience in financial coaching or budgeting. They must possess strong financial literacy, excellent communication skills, and the ability to work with diverse families to set and achieve financial goals. 

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Work directly with a HomeStretch family to build a supportive relationship that values the family, encourages communication, and celebrates progress. Helps clients build uplifting, healthy, and supportive relationships. Works with clients under the wellbeing pillar on the Bridge to Self Sufficiency.  

Type of Role: Individual  

Frequency: Once a month (ongoing)  

Time Commitment: 60-90 minutes  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: A Family Mentor should  have experience in mentoring or social services. They must possess excellent communication and problem-solving skills, along with empathy and cultural sensitivity to work with diverse families.  

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Serve as a guest speaker/subject matter expert at one of our on-going education sessions for the families or provide meals or childcare during an education session. Teaching life skills helps families build skills necessary for managing their households and building forward looking planning long term.  

Type of Role: Individual  

Frequency: One-time  

Time Commitment: 60-90 minutes  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: Expertise in relevant life skills topics, such as household management or long-term planning, and experience in public speaking or education. They must possess strong communication skills and the ability to engage and educate diverse audiences. 

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Assist with office tasks, mailing, answering phones, and serves as receptionist once a week or twice a month. Will work in office at 89 Grove Way. This role ensures smooth office operations, supports communication, and enhances our ability to effectively serve our community by managing essential administrative tasks. 

Type of Role: Individual  

Frequency: Weekly  

Time Commitment: 9:00AM-12:00PM or 12:00-4:00PM  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: Excellent organizational and communication skills, with experience in office tasks such as mailing and answering phones. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and previous administrative experience are preferred. 

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Serve on an event committee or volunteer at a fundraising event such as The Peachtree Tea in the fall & Run the River Road Race in the spring. Volunteering with fundraising events helps our team raise much-needed funds to support our operations.  

Type of Role: Individual  

Frequency: Ongoing until completion of event  

Time Commitment: Varies  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: Experience in event planning or fundraising, with strong organizational and teamwork skills. They should be detail-oriented and capable of handling various tasks involved in coordinating and executing fundraising events. A passion for supporting nonprofit operations and the ability to commit to seasonal events. 

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Assist with tasks such as painting, minor repairs, and cleaning units to be prepared for incoming tenants. Volunteers help create a warm and safe environment that our families can call home!  

Type of Role: Individual  

Frequency: One-time projects  

Time Commitment: Varies  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: Basic skills in painting, minor repairs, and cleaning. They must be detail-oriented and committed to creating a welcoming and safe environment for incoming tenants. A willingness to work collaboratively and follow safety guidelines is essential. 

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Assists with property beautification, landscaping, and general property maintenance. Volunteers help create a warm and safe environment that our families can call home! 

Type of Role: Individual  

Frequency: One-time projects  

Time Commitment: Varies  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: Experience in property maintenance, landscaping, and beautification projects. They must possess strong skills in various maintenance tasks, including repair work and gardening, with attention to detail.  

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Group Volunteer Roles 

Serve on an event committee or volunteer at a fundraising event such as The Peachtree Tea in the fall & Run the River Road Race in the spring. Volunteering with fundraising events helps our team raise much-needed funds to support our operations.  

Type of Role: Group  

Frequency: Ongoing until completion of event  

Time Commitment: Varies  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: Experience in event planning or fundraising, with strong organizational and teamwork skills. They should be detail-oriented and capable of handling various tasks involved in coordinating and executing fundraising events. A passion for supporting nonprofit operations and the ability to commit to seasonal events. 

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Assist with tasks such as painting, minor repairs, and cleaning units to be prepared for incoming tenants. Volunteers help create a warm and safe environment that our families can call home!  

Type of Role: Group  

Frequency: One-time projects  

Time Commitment: Varies  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: Basic skills in painting, minor repairs, and cleaning. They must be detail-oriented and committed to creating a welcoming and safe environment for incoming tenants. A willingness to work collaboratively and follow safety guidelines is essential. 

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Assists with property beautification, landscaping, and general property maintenance. Volunteers help create a warm and safe environment that our families can call home! 

Type of Role: Group  

Frequency: One-time projects  

Time Commitment: Varies  

Requirements: Instruction and onboarding, background and criminal check, and basic Homestretch introduction  

Qualifications: Experience in property maintenance, landscaping, and beautification projects. They must possess strong skills in various maintenance tasks, including repair work and gardening, with attention to detail.  

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Volunteer orientations take place on the 3rd Tuesday at 10am and 3rd Thursday at 6pm of every month.

Volunteer Opportunities 

View our open volunteer opportunities below for you and your social groups to sign up for and make a lasting impact on the families at HomeStretch.

Individual Volunteering

Apply to volunteer at individual projects such as mentoring, speaking, assistance, special events, craftsmen, etc.
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Group Volunteering

Sign up a group of people from your work or your church to volunteer on a property project with HomeStretch.
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Hear from our volunteers

"Having experienced homelessness in the earlier years of my life, HomeStretch and programs like it are truly a blessing to the community.
This organization is like no other as it takes a wholistic approach in disrupting the cycle of poverty. I am blessed to be a part of this team of dedicated community servant leaders."
Elaine C. Williams
HomeStretch Hero

Contact Us

Office address

89 Grove Way, Roswell GA 30075

9:00am-4:30pm  |  By Appointment Only

Phone

770-642-9185

fax

770-642-6282

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