Volunteering at Reach for Resources
Volunteers play a crucial role in our ability to serve children and adults with disabilities, and Reach has many opportunities available on weekends, evenings, or during the day. Volunteers can work directly with clients, assist us with a special skill, serve on the board, or help plan fundraising events.
To volunteer at Reach, you must go through an interview process and complete an orientation training session. Volunteers can be any age, but if under 14, you must have adult supervision.
Adaptive Recreation Assistants
Help Reach with our many adaptive recreation programs!
- Art Programs
- Basketball (winter)
- Bingo/Karaoke Nights
- Friday Night Dances
- Kickball (fall)
- Movie Nights
- Social Clubs
- Softball (summer)
- Young Athletes
All programs take place in the Western and Northwestern suburbs of the cities and last for 1½ to 2 hours. For more information about recreation volunteer opportunities, please contact Kate at 952-200-5746 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our dynamic Board of Directors and help guide Reach in our efforts to fulfill our mission. The board meets the third Thursday of every month from 4:30-6:00 p.m. in Hopkins. Our board members actively participate in fundraising, communicating with legislators regarding disability issues, advocacy, strategic planning, fiscal management, and special events. The average monthly time commitment is 3-5 hours. You may nominate yourself or someone else to be considered for board service. Board nominees will undergo a formal screening and interview process conducted by the board recruiter before being invited to serve. For more information about becoming a board member please contact Kate Bottiger at 952-200-5746 or email@example.com.