At La Casa Hogar, we value the time and contributions of all members of our community. Developing relationships with community volunteers is part of what makes La Casa Hogar meaningful and effective.
- Fill out a volunteer application here mail it, bring it to La Casa Hogar or email to Angelica with the subject Program (which program are you interested)_________ Volunteer.
- Afterward, we will invite you for an orientation about volunteering in La Casa Hogar’s classes and to learn more about our programs.
- We will place you in a class and let the volunteering begin!
• Experience the opportunity to build a genuine spirit of hospitality across cultural lines.
• Gain satisfaction by participating in a progressive vision for Yakima’s children.
• Experience regular good fun and try new foods with new friends.
• Receive a unique opportunity to express the values of compassion and love.
• Develop relationships with people who have courage and commitment to transforming their lives.
• Gain a feeling of usefulness, knowing you have helped lighten the burdens and given hope to another person.
• Gain a better understanding of the reality and challenges of overcoming poverty in our community.
• Experience the joy of others discovering skills that many of us take for granted.
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“Because my free time is so limited, I want to get the most “bang for my buck” when I volunteer somewhere. There are many worthwhile organizations to get involved with in the community. However, at La Casa Hogar, I not only feel needed and appreciated, but I get and learn so much in return. Walking through the front door of La Casa Hogar is always a humbling experience. I am continually inspired by courageous, committed, hard-working, generous women who at first glance, seem very different from myself. But, of course, we have so much in common – as women, mothers, daughters, students of life. I will be eternally grateful to the women of La Casa Hogar, for so warmly welcoming me into their “home”.”