Lydia’s House partners with Volunteers to tap into skills, experiences and talents beyond what our excellent professional staff members already bring to our mission. We welcome Volunteers in a variety of roles, including activities that directly support our services for our residents, employees, and leadership positions.
We are currently seeking volunteers to help with auctions and registration at our upcoming Gala; A Night for Hope and Healing. For this event, volunteers need to be available at 4PM on March 5th, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch.
For more information, call (314) 771-4411 or Volunteer@LydiasHouse.org
Connect with our community and support Lydia’s House mission to be a voice of hope for survivors. Ambassador activities include craft fairs and other outreach events.
Volunteers serve as essential office support in our Development and Communication Departments.
Cell Phone Drives
Earn service hours by recycling cell phones with our partner, Shelter Alliance. Every 3 phones equals 1 service hour!
Come serve as a tutor and playmate to our children while setting a positive example and helping them in their journey to violence-free lives.
*Screening and Training Required
After School Program, M – Th 4 pm – 5:30 pm
Summer Program, Tu – F afternoons
Support Group, M 6:45pm – 8:15pm
Help Lydia’s House manage our events while giving you the chance to develop leadership and networking skills – great for your resume!
Internships & Practicums
We offer spots in our Children’s Program, Development, and Communications Departments.
You can help with upkeep and renovations of our 36 apartments, using skills like plumbing, carpentry, painting, electric, gardening and construction.
Get your group together to provide a community meal for the women and children at Lydia’s House. Meals are served every Wednesday night at 6:30 pm.
Drives can be a fun way to energize your group and attract new members. We will provide support, including a speaker to kick-off/conclude the drive, and pick up of the items.
Come onsite to learn about and serve Lydia’s House. Activities include prepping apartments for new families, painting, lawn care, cleaning, donation organizing, and more. Groups will go through a 30-minute orientation prior to service and conclude with a brief reflection.