Birch Volunteers Make a Difference
People volunteer for many reasons. For some it is a way to contribute to a cause that is meaningful to them. For others it’s an opportunity to give back to the community while making a difference in the lives of people with disabilities. And for some, it’s an opportunity to learn new skills or expand their knowledge. Regardless of their motivation, what unites them is the challenge and reward they find through the volunteer experience.
At Birch Family Services, we welcome volunteers to join us in serving the current and emerging needs of people with autism and developmental disabilities.
Birch Family Services is a dynamic organization dedicated to maximizing the individual abilities of people with autism and developmental disabilities throughout New York City.
We Offer Many Ways to Volunteer
- Corporate volunteer opportunities
- Individual volunteer opportunities
- Advocacy and more
When you become a Birch volunteer, you make an invaluable contribution to the children, adolescents, and adults with autism and developmental disabilities that we empower. Birch Family Services can provide you with volunteer opportunities that are among the most essential and fulfilling in all of New York City.
“I volunteer with Birch Family Services because it gives me a chance to work with a population I am passionate about helping!”– Birch 5K Volunteer
Driven to Help Others
At Birch Family Services, we believe each person wants to learn and be productive, live in a safe and healthy environment, feel valued, and develop meaningful relationships with others and their community.
Volunteers play a critical role in this effort by being an important resource to help support individuals, families, staff, administration, and the fundraising events we sponsor throughout the year. No matter how you serve, your contribution of time and talent helps make Birch Family Services a better and more effective organization.
Make an Informed Choice to Volunteer
Every year volunteers contribute thousands of hours in service supporting Birch Family Services and the individuals and families we serve.
Depending on your role as a volunteer, you may be asked to:
- Meet a time commitment for a particular volunteer position
- Participate in a brief training session