Building Community Through Service

Photo of three females posing for a photo

By offering a helping hand in your community, you leave an immediate impact on individuals, animals, and a lasting effect on the livelihood of our planet. This summer, consider volunteering to contribute to the causes you care about most. A few opportunities are highlighted below.  

Allie’s Haven Animal Rescue 

Allie’s Haven promotes proper pet ownership through community education to achieve their vision of a Texas without animal abuse and neglect. 

Volunteers are needed to assist with social media and fundraising. 

Contact: Robin Hamilton, or 817-229-0995 

Camp Summit, Inc. 

Camp Summit provides barrier-free outdoor experiences for individuals with disabilities. By offering traditional camp fun in a community-based setting, campers get a unique opportunity to interact and socialize with peers. 

Volunteers are needed to assist with camp activities, facilities and administrative needs. 

Contact: Lisa Braziel, or 972-528-7829 

Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition

FWDPC strives to engage the whole family in water safety education and provide multiple layers of protection, so you are equipped and empowered to enjoy the water safely. 

In Water Volunteers Instructors are needed for their Swim Safe Program  

Contact: Tara Reed,  

Friends of the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge 

FWNC&R helps make North Texas a successful model for other nature centers across the country by preserving and protecting the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge for future generations. 

Volunteers are needed to assist with trail work, planting native plants, and other conservation needs plus volunteers to help with member events. 

Contact: Haily Summerford, or 817-999-2883 

Southside Community Gardens 

Southside Community Gardens builds local garden beds to increase the consumption of healthy food and combat the system of food apartheid that has been imposed upon residents. 

Volunteers are needed to assist with Garden Partners, volunteer gardeners, composting, answering emails, administrative, media communications, and website design. 

Contact: Patrice Jones, or 817 706-7081 

Additional Volunteer Opportunities

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County 

BCGTC enables young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens through a world-class Club Experience that ensures that success is within reach of every young person who enters our doors. 

Volunteers are needed for supervising and encouraging teens during special events, event set-up, serving food and storage room cleanup. 

To volunteer please contact: Chelsea Tibbitts, or 817-834-4711 ext. 203 

Cornerstone Assistance Network 

CCFW exists to end poverty by creating meaningful interventions to help those in need through a unique combination of comprehensive case management designed to help people escape poverty permanently by focusing on a person’s unique strengths and goals. 

Volunteers are needed for Holiday Meals, Sorting, Landscaping, Food Drive, and a Welcome Center Receptionist. 

To volunteer please contact: Susan Derstine, or 817-632-6038 

The National Vietnam War Museum 

The National Vietnam War Museum is designed to bridge the gap of knowledge between generational understanding of the Vietnam War Era by placing real Vietnam veterans in front of different youth groups while also providing a healing opportunity for other veterans.  

Volunteers are needed for Educators, ESL teachers, program coordinators, and docents. 

To volunteer please contact: Ean Tillett, or 682-229-8294 


For more comprehensive volunteer opportunities, please contact: 

Jemimah Walulya, Donor Services Administrator 

817.877.0702  |


Have Questions? Let's Chat.

Together, we can cultivate a more vibrant and resilient community where all North Texans can thrive.