Use your experiences to connect, encourage and support others. Shining Hands, Inc. is run by 100% volunteer basis. We have opportunities for you to volunteer in current outreach programs and new programs as we expand our offerings. Contact us today to become part of an organization that is serving your community.

Current Volunteer Opportunities:

Directors—Work together with other board members to set policy, guide long-range planning and development, ensure the organization is run effectively, legally, and ethically.

Program Coordinators—Serves as board members and works with Directors to plan, implement and oversee specific program goals.

Fundraising Committee—Plans, Coordinates and works with the Board to raise funds to support the mission of the organization.

Grant Proposal Writers—Works with the Board to select and apply for funding for operations and specific program needs.

Mentors—Use your unique skills and experiences to aid and enhance clients interaction with the organization.

Event Volunteers—Use your time and/or resources to assist with specific one time or on going events.

Administrative – Use your time to make phone calls to other agencies, copy/create literature, data entry, etc.

How Much Time is Required?

As an organization, we understand that people lead busy lives…work, kids, church…someone is always vying for your time.  Volunteers with Shining Hands set their schedules and how much time they can give.  Typically at the Director of Program Coordinator level, it is not more than 2 – 5 hours per month.  The board meets once per month at a time and location convenient to the majority.  Program Coordinators and Fundraising Committee schedule and plan activities based upon their availability.  Mentors, Writers and Administrative volunteer set their own schedule.  Event Volunteers can choose to assist per specific event.


What a wonderful God we have—he is the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the source of every mercy, and the one who so wonderfully comforts and strengthens us in our hardships and trials. And why does he do this? So that when others are troubled, needing our sympathy and encouragement, we can pass on to them this same help and comfort God has given us. 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 (TLB)