The opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life is at the heart of the volunteer experience.
We recognize that volunteers are invaluable resources and our best ambassadors to the community. By giving of your time, you are not only helping our clients, but the community as a whole.
TriCity Family Services’ Helpers with Heart, officially named in 2017, is a network of dedicated volunteers (formed in 1997) supporting the agency in a variety of ways. Most notably, our Helpers with Heart plan and execute a number of major fundraising events throughout the year, including the Annual Gala, 5K, Golf Outing, Trivia Night, Fall Fashion Show, and more. In addition, our volunteers step forward to fill individual client needs such as donating household items and clothing. The time commitment can vary based on personal availability.
We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities to fit your skills, interests and availabilities.
For more information about Helpers with Heart, contact Michelle Rollins at 630.232.1070, x114 or by e-mail.
National Volunteer Appreciation Week is a fantastic occasion to recognize our “gems” … and what better place to gather for that celebration than K. Hollis Jewelers!
Our Helpers with Heart love to have fun! Check out the photos taken at our July 2017 Country Western volunteers social:
The Advisory Council serves as a critical community champion of TriCity Family Services. Members of the Advisory Council share their gifts in service to our mission, but have no governing function within the organization. For long-time supporters, those with limited time, and those who may consider Board Membership in the future, members of the Advisory Council create a direct link to our community with their:
The Young Professional Council (YPC) of TriCity Family Services is a caring network of emerging leaders dedicated to enhancing the mission, community awareness and work of TriCity Family Services. Members of the YPC seek to develop personally and professionally, spread the joy of philanthropy and promote the importance of community mental health services.
TriCity Family Services has been helping teens like you in our community for more than four decades. If your student group or club is looking for volunteer service projects, TriCity Family Services has opportunities. For more information, contact Michelle Rollins at 630.232.1070, x114 or by email.
The TriCity Family Services Board of Directors accepts the responsibilities of governing the agency and helping to fulfill its mission. Through their leadership, board members establish sources of funding, an adequate pool of volunteers and a professional staff.
Our board members commit to:
If being a board member is more than you can commit to, be a Board Committee Volunteer for TriCity Family Services and help the board perform its critical responsibilities. No financial contribution is required and your time commitment can vary based on your availability.
Board Committee Volunteers commit to: