Volunteer

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Britepaths!

 

The success of our programs relies heavily on volunteer support. In 2021, 366 volunteers served 4,676 hours to assist our staff and provide mentoring, training and other supports to our families. Read some of our volunteer stories here.

Due to the pandemic, we are not offering as many of our traditional volunteer opportunities, but we have several virtual opportunities, and hope to have more in person opportunities as conditions improve in our community.

We are still working hard to provide Stability and Resilience services to our families and Supports for Children. In addition to the opportunities listed here, a great way to support us is to help your friends and family learn about us and our work in the community.

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Questions? Contact Sidney Arrington at volunteer@britepaths.org or 703.273.8829

Current Opportunities

Britepaths Office Volunteer

Britepaths is seeking volunteers with various skills and interests to assist program managers with administrative projects.

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Financial Assistance Volunteer

Britepaths is seeking volunteers to help us distribute Financial Assistance funds to assist local families in crisis. This is an at-home opportunity that is mostly conducted through email and online forms.

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Back-To-School Backpack Coordinator – Volunteer Position

Plan to help our kids be ready to learn for the 2022-23 school year!

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Group Service Project: Collect Funds or Grocery Store Gift Cards for Food Bridge Families

Your group can help our families on their journeys to self-sufficiency by collecting funds or gift cards to provide a food delivery to 30 families this year.

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Volunteer SNAP/EBT Coordinators for Annandale Farmers Market

Volunteer at the Annandale Farmers Market this year to help community members who receive SNAP/EBT benefits be able to shop for fresh produce at the markets.

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Workforce Development Program Professional or Admin Volunteers

Britepaths’ Workforce Development Program is seeking volunteers with various skills and interests to assist with different aspects of the program. Options include administrative assistance, interview prep, LinkedIn help, or resume review/writing.

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Service Project: Grocery Store Gift Card or Food Drive

Run a food or grocery gift card drive in your community or workplace to help local families in need.

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Service Project: Create Food4Thought Packs for Students in Need

This is a youth-friendly group or family service project to help hungry children in our community.

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Network Up Career Mentor

Northern Virginia professionals needed to serve as short-term mentors for community members who are facing challenges in building their networks and growing their careers.

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Financial Empowerment Volunteers

Britepaths provides training and supports to help volunteers work with individuals and families to better manage their finances.

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