Our volunteer positions have flexible hours to fit your schedule with no prior experience required. As a virtual volunteer, your role will be supported by use computer and phone. Activities in this position will involve contacting your established community network of friends and family.
Our volunteer positions are ideal for students who need service hours and college students looking to gain experience in the mental health field, especially psychology majors and social work majors. You can be located anywhere in the United States as a mental health advocate volunteer. The Queen Shirley Foundation also builds customized corporate volunteer projects that help companies engage employees in service and make a meaningful impact in the community.
Help us to develop our online Advocacy/Volunteer Networking capabilities that will offer advocates/volunteers the opportunity to connect and plan their own events, to share stories and to build mental health advocacy and action campaigns and projects.
Help to connect seniors to activities online with QSF to reduce isolation.
Help to direct parents with trouble youths to our programs.
Connect your immediate/larger community with resources available for mental health including QSF and Honor First.
Ask us about additional opportunities to create custom volunteer opportunities for you or your organization. We also need art volunteers to help during virtual art workshops or run an art supply drive. We welcome youth organizations who would like to organize a fundraising project to benefit QSF. If you have a passion to volunteer with the Queen Shirley Foundation, we will find a volunteer project that best fits your needs.