Home Again St. Johns relies on volunteers to assist the organization in many different ways.  Please contact the Home Again St. Johns office at (904) 687-6043 if you’re interested in participating in any of the activities listed below:

Drop-In Center
• Volunteers assist program staff in delivering services at the Drop-In Center. These volunteer activities include: taking client intake information, assisting with laundry services, making coffee and set-up of snacks and other drinks, monitoring client activities.
• Call 904-687-6043 to Volunteer

Administrative Volunteers
• Front Desk: Individual serves as the center receptionist: answering phones, greeting visitors, and receiving donations.
• Assist in the administrative office with mailings, special event preparation, data entry and more. Flexible weekday hours available.
• Available shifts: Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm and Sundays 9 am – 6 pm
• Call 904-687-6043 to Volunteer

Group Participation

Dining with Dignity
• Meal Serving: Volunteers procure, prepare and serve meals to our homeless neighbors.  Dinner is served each evening at a vacant lot in downtown St. Augustine at the corners of Bridge and Granada Streets. This is a great community service project for organizations and groups.
• Call 904-687-6043 to Volunteer

Special Events
• Many dedicated and hardworking volunteers have assisted Home Again St. Johns with their special events throughout the years. These events have included but are not limited to the Flavors of Florida’s Historic Coast Top Chef Cook-Off hosted by the St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra Visitor and Convention Bureau, the Old City Music Festival, the Love Your Mother Eco Fashion Show and the All American Air Table Tennis Tournament.

Please contact Home Again St. Johns at: 904-687-6043 if you would like to hold an event to benefit Home Again St. Johns or volunteer with any event or program.

Facilities Volunteers
• Lawn Maintenance: At times, groups and individuals are needed to maintain our facility’s property by landscaping, weeding, raking, and up-keeping of the grounds. Hours are flexible.
• Day of Caring: Groups and individuals can dedicate a day or afternoon to serve at the center. Projects vary, but may include: pantry/kitchen clean up, deep cleaning or organizing. Hours are flexible.

Adult Education
Job Coaches: Volunteers meet one-on-one with residents seeking to find or retain employment. Coaches assist with resumes, employment applications, and job search skills.
• Available shifts: This program to start in 2015