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Volunteering at Resource Center makes a difference in our community. While the Center employs paid staff, the mission of the Center could not be achieved without people like you. The talents, skills, time and energy donated by our volunteers are a valued resource.
Each year, more than 1,200 dedicated volunteers help Resource Center serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) and HIV communities in North Texas. Volunteers serve hot meals, answer telephones, stock shelves, and help at fundraising events. The Center has volunteer opportunities for individuals, as well as community, corporate, church and school groups. Our volunteer coordinator can work with you to organize a volunteer project that fits your group’s needs.
How to Volunteer
The first step is to complete the volunteer registration form and click the submit button to send your application form to the Center’s volunteer coordinator.
Once your application has been submitted, the volunteer coordinator will contact you as needs arise.
If you are a court-appointed (community service) volunteer, click here.
Social Media Ambassador
Becoming a Social Media Ambassador or #RCambassador is a great way to help extend our reach into the community. Help raise awareness of the Center on social media and at the same time, raise the Center’s awareness of you, its supporter. Find more details here.
Resource Center offers non-paid internships through its volunteer program. Intern positions are available throughout the year depending on your area of focus and our needs. We accept internships that are part of a curriculum requirement with a project outline supervised by an instructor and staff member.
To fulfill an internship position you must submit a resume with an outline plan for a specific project. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with information. Attending volunteer orientation training is required before starting your internship.