As a volunteer, you support A New Leaf's Mission of "helping families...changing lives" in countless ways. To start volunteering at A New Leaf, see the available opportunities below for more information.
Current Available Opportunities
Donation Drives Coordinator
We’re currently looking for enthusiastic volunteers to organize donation drives for A New Leaf shelter programs’ essential needs as well as solicit donations (as directed by the Development Office) for special events/raffles and holiday giving.
- Ongoing opportunity, offsite
Child Care Assistant, Child Development Center
(requires Fingerprint Clearance card, TB test and current health statement)
A great opportunity to assist our Licensed Daycare staff in the care of the smaller children in our Child Development Centers. Consistent weekly hours with four hour shift/week minimum required. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old.
- Shifts available Mon-Fri 7:00 am - 5:00 pm. Flexible shifts within operating hours.
We have office positions available to help within our programs and administrative offices that support our shelters for data entry, filing and other clerical duties, as needed.
- Shifts available Mon-Fri 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Support Partner Assistant
We’re looking for some great fill-in volunteers to help our Support Staff at our family homeless shelter. Duties for this position include answering phones, assisting the public and clients with daily needs and assisting support partners with unit reviews and volunteer events. Coverage needed during meetings, lunches, etc. Training provided during weekday hours.
- Shifts available Wed 12:00 - 2:00 pm; Mon – Fri 4:00 – 7:00 pm; and flexible weekend hours available
Service Learning Students
Please submit your volunteer application early (see link below) for upcoming semester for consideration in our Shelter Programs
Please complete the application along with four (4) references and fax to 480-649-3167.
You will be notified when your application is received to schedule a brief placement interview with our Volunteer Coordinator.
All Volunteer applicants MUST also have Level 1 fingerprint Clearance card BEFORE referral to a program/volunteer position with direct service contact. All Volunteer Positions that are located at a DES contracted program must also complete an Arizona Department of Economic Security Direct Service Position form to be submitted to the DES Central registry.The fingerprint clearance card can take several months to complete. Service learning students should consider this when applying. There are limited volunteer positions available without client contact that do not require the fingerprint card.