Get Involved at RHF
How to Volunteer
We do not accept court-referred community service applicants, but offer that the Dream Center and Salvation Army do support such applications.
Common Volunteer Opportunities
The most common volunteer opportunites
Nourish & Flourish
What a sense of accomplishment!! Garden volunteers will have an opportunity to enjoy the fruits of their labor through fellowship meals and/or approval to take produce home. We will even share with you how to prepare and preserve what we grow.
A weekly outdoor art program designed for preschoolers to awaken their creative abilities. Volunteers will assist the Resident Artist in preparation and set up prior to the event. Volunteers will assist children and their parents as needed during the event. Volunteers will also help clean up and put away supplies when the event ends.
John Deere Therapy
If you find it relaxing to mow the grass, we have the volunteer opportunity for you! We are always in the market for a grounds keeper. We need volunteers to drive mowers and weed eaters.
We are in need of carpenters to help complete some building projects on the grounds. You need to possess knowledge of the use of carpentry tools or have the ability to follow directions from the team lead.
We need volunteers to help with on-site events. This volunteer may be assisting with parking, the kid’s zip line, registration, set- up and clean- up, or outreach opportunities.
This volunteer may be clearing brush, painting or helping maintain the Herrema House. There are always a wide variety of things that need to be done on a daily basis at Rick’s Place.