Volunteers are the heart of Family Service League: Without their commitment to our mission and their passion for helping those who need it most, we wouldn’t be able to touch so many lives. There are a number of ways to get involved and help strengthen our communities, from administrative support and transporting food and toy drive goods to special event assistance and tutoring. We also provide training for volunteers who want to advocate for the seniors in our communities.
Want to join our family of over 400 volunteers? Contact Michelle Buckle at 631-470-6772 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers 16 to 17 years old:
Volunteers 18 and older:
We help children in low-income families start the school year right with new backpacks, notebooks, pens, crayons, colored pencils, and other supplies they need to get the most out of school. Want to join us? Donate or organize a drive to help supply these items or contribute to funds raised to purchase them. Email RestoreHope@FSL-li.org for a full list of donation requests and FSL locations.
Provide care for infants and preschool children of parents with mental health issues while they learn better parenting skills. Located in Bay Shore.
Do you have strong office and computer skills? Donate a few hours of your time each week by doing clerical work at one of our 21 offices.
Deliver donated food from Island Harvest in Hauppauge and deliver to Family Service League’s food pantry in Bay Shore and homeless shelter in Brentwood (approximately 12 miles total). Volunteers needed Tuesdays or Thursdays at 8:30 a.m.
Plan fun family events for clients of the Bay Shore program. Volunteers plan and execute a family fun outing, like pumpkin picking, a trip to the aquarium, a day at the beach, or a summer barbecue pool party.
Help kids between six and 13 who are on the autistic spectrum enjoy a wide array of physical activities, including the trampoline and balance beam, and socialize with others through games and crafts. Located in Center Moriches.
Promote skill building and group interaction in teens 14 to 18 years old with mental or behavioral health issues to develop their leadership and mentoring skills so they can help younger children with mental health diagnoses. Located in Bay Shore.
Help moms strengthen their parenting skills by teaching them how to reinforce positive behavior with their preschool children. Located in Huntington Station from April to October.
Apply your medical background to Family Service League’s community healthcare partnership with Northwell Health and help with a variety of patient services, including scheduling, intake, and follow-up. RN, LPN, medical assistant, or medical office experience a plus. Select your own day and hours, Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Located in Bay Shore.
Advocate for your elderly neighbors living in Suffolk county nursing homes, adult care homes, and family-type homes. Volunteers visit an assigned home weekly to help residents and their families understand and exercise their rights to quality care and quality of life.
Call 631-470-6755 for more information.
Volunteer your strong analytical and writing skills to help with special projects in our operations and office management departments.
Love interacting with preschool children? Help teachers mold young minds through our universal Pre-K programs in Huntington, Laurel, and Mineola. Morning and afternoon programs begin the first week of September and continue throughout the school year until June. Volunteer schedules for this program are flexible
Help make more than 3,000 kids happy this holiday season. Volunteer opportunities include: October donation collections of toys and gifts; the opportunity to coordinate your own collection of toys, gift cards, and financial donations; December toy collection and transport to our distribution centers; Set up “shopping” areas where you assist parents in choosing age-appropriate gifts and wrap them so they can be brought home for their children.
Volunteers work on one or more of FSL’s exciting fundraising event committees.
Our program addresses this serious Long Island issue in conjunction with the COMPASS Unity Coalition and the Country School District community. Located in Bellport.
Contact Michelle Buckle, via email or call 631-470-6772.