The value of volunteers in supporting our Community Impact in Education, Health and Financial Independence is immeasurable. Whether as part of a group or on your own, volunteering makes a real difference.

Browse the list of volunteer opportunities below or complete a Volunteer Project Request to add your organization’s volunteer opportunity.

Featured Volunteer Opportunities

Juneteenth (June 18, 19, and 20)

Chester County, Pennsylvania, has planned a county-wide commemoration of Juneteenth, the oldest-known celebration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Four partners — the Chester County Historic Preservation Society, Voices Underground, the Chester County History Center and the Chester County Planning Commission – are working together to present an array of programs and public events that honor the courage and commitment of residents, past and present, in support of freedom and equality for all.

We are looking for generous volunteers to help with three keynote events:

Continuing the Journey: An Evening with Dr. Joshua Bennett | Friday June 18 @ 6pm | Longwood Gardens

The Role of the Artist in the Journey Toward Freedom: An evening with Caroline Randall Williams | Saturday June 19 @ 5pm | Cheyney University

Freedom’s Table: A Dinner with African American Chef, Elijah Milligan | Sunday June 20 @ 6pm | Lincoln University

Volunteers will assist in directing guests to parking, greeting guests at the event space, ticketing and ushering guests to their seats. Volunteers will be able to attend the events free of charge.

A short training will provided to all volunteers prior to the event, including COVID-19 requirements.


We are looking for parking assistance, greeters, ticketing support and ushers for these three events. We have just posted a sign up genius link here, which gives the time slots and the jobs. We will be hosting a brief virtual training prior to the events with details. Vaccinations are not required for volunteering, but unvaccinated volunteers will have to wear masks.

For more information, please contact Christina Norland at
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

Help prepare tax returns for low and moderate income residents Jan. through April 2020. Training provided.

For more information, please contact Donna Laird at 610-380-9099 or
Education Support Assistants – LA Communidad Hispana

Provide support to teachers and students in our GED classes (in Spanish), citizenship classes, and other Education Programs.

For more information, please contact Norma Diego-Flores at 610-708-1016 x247 or
Youth Mentoring Partnership

One-on-one mentoring opportunity with youth grades 6 to 12. One year minimum commitment.

Many nonprofits welcome dedicated individuals to assist with:

  • Collection drives for clients-from gift cards to personal care items to food
  • Clerical work and greeting clients
  • Sorting donations
  • Helping prepare and serve meals to those in need
  • Grounds and building maintenance
  • Visiting and driving
  • Giving workshops and entertaining
For more information, please contact Alex Penman at 484-557-9151 or
Neighborhood Visting Nurse Assn. of Chester County

Ten volunteers needed to help finish painting two offices.

For more information, please contact Janice Gathercole at 610-696-6511 x169 or

Work side-by-side with HC’s workforce on production jobs in assembly and packaging.

For more information, please contact Kathie Osborn at 610-384-6990 x201 or
Good Works

Volunteer to help repair homes in Coatesville, Phoenixville and West Chester for the elderly, disabled, or single parent families. Corporate workdays available.

For more information, please contact us at 610-383-9247 or
Friends Association for Care and Protection of Children
  • Help clients move from the shelter into their own apartment. Moving is usually done on a Thursday, with little advance notice.
  • Help clean shelter apartments and prepare them for new families. Weekdays.
  • Drivers needed to transport clients to and from appointments.
  • Watch clients’ children at various times during the week as their parents attend meetings with social workers, service providers and counselors. Days and times are random and often last minute.
  • Must be at least 18 and have all three clearances on file at Friends Assoc.
For more information, please contact Jasmine Draper, Interim Volunteer Coordinator at 610-431-3598 x205 or
Chester County Opportunities Industrialization Center

Immediate Need for Volunteer Tutors! CCOIC’s Adult Tutoring Program needs adults with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree to help individuals learn to speak English, earn their high school equivalency diploma or pass a career pathways exam to enter Nursing School. Students are waiting to be matched with a tutor!
No experience necessary – we will train you! Three hour per week volunteer commitment. Tutoring takes place at Chester County Library in Exton.

For more information, please contact Maryann Stravous at 610-280-2618 or