EMO's HIV Services provides assistance for low-income people living with HIV / AIDS, including nutrition, socialization and counseling. Volunteers for HIV Services deliver meals to homebound individuals, transport food to the HIV Day Center, help in the kitchen, provide activities for clients and assist with regular HIV Day Center activities.
Below is a list of possible volunteer opportunities. To view our current volunteer needs, please visit Volunteer Match.
Volunteer Opportunities (weekdays only)
Meal Delivery Driver – Deliver nutritious packaged meals to homebound people with HIV / AIDS in the greater Portland area; one afternoon per week, one to three hours.
Lunch Delivery Volunteer – Pick up and deliver lunch to the HIV Day Center; 12:15 to 1 p.m., one day per week.
Day Center Support Volunteer – Provide support to Day Center staff in meal preparation and serving, dishwashing and cleanup, answering phones, ongoing client service and any other creative skills; one morning per week.
Donations Pickup Volunteer – Sort through clothing donations from a local store and deliver to the Day Center; one evening per week.
Other needs include:
• Arts and Crafts Volunteer
• English Tutor
• Massage Therapist
• Hair Cutter