In addition to donating and serving meals and collecting items our clients need, MCCH offers several volunteer opportunities for our supporters.

Fill out our Volunteer Application to get started or contact us at to learn more.

Host an Action and Awareness Event

An Action and Awareness Event is an ongoing opportunity for companies and organizations at their location. These events consist of two segments: helping to build awareness about homelessness and providing an activity that will benefit the clients we serve. The first segment fosters awareness about the issue of homelessness in our county and the ways MCCH is working to address it. It’s followed by the group completing a project, such as making bagged lunches for the men at our shelter. For this activity, groups have the supplies on site and MCCH transports the completed lunches directly to the shelter. Contact us to request more information about Action and Awareness Events.

Become a Healthy Food Every Day Volunteer

The Healthy Food Every Day Program connects MCCH families and individuals to food assistance programs in our county by using volunteers to transport the food.   Food insecurity is a real and significant threat to moving forward and many who have exited homelessness are at risk.  Volunteers can play a key role in ensuring MCCH clients have the healthy food they need every day. To get involved, please submit a MCCH Volunteer Application and include note that you're interested in the Healthy Food Every Day Program.

Drive a Veteran

Help the veterans we serve access vital services by using your vehicle to provide transportation to and from the VA. Contact us at to request more information about our Drive a Veteran program.

Be a "Back to Work" Mentor

You can assist clients at our HBCAC men's emergency shelter with basic computer skills, resume writing, online job searches and job applications, as well as interview preparation.

Be a "Volunteer Tutor"

If you're 18 years or older, you can help students of all ages, including adult learners, complete homework, develop study skills, and prepare for tests and exams. See our flyer or contact for more information. 



Landscape A Home 

We welcome organized groups to take on this task. This is a great “team-building” activity, and your work helps our clients be good neighbors!

Many of our residents do not own the supplies needed to properly maintain their yards, and may have physical or other disabilities that keep them from being able to perform yard work. Your landscaping project not only gives them greater self-esteem as a resident, but allows them to live with greater dignity. Click here for more information.


To learn more, contact us at