Volunteers are the core of NoHo Home Alliance’s community-based, service-focused response to homelessness. Our volunteers work primarily in 3 areas: our Drop-Ins, our Outreach Team, our All-Ages Weekend Service Hours.
We are actively recruiting new volunteers to build out our Friday team in addition to our existing opportunities to serve!
Drop-In Volunteer Roles
Hygiene Kit Maker
Connects with unhoused persons in encampments. Sign up on our Outreach Page.
All Ages Volunteer Opportunities
Third Saturday of the Month
Assemble bag lunches and make PBJs!
Last Sunday of the Month
Prep homemade meals like Shepherd's Pie!
No training required but we do social distance and use masks! Email Leon Steynsburg to sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a Volunteer
Fill out our Volunteer Registration Form online or come by our drop-in program to fill it out in person
Take a Tour
Schedule a visit to our drop-in. Tours are available Mondays and Wednesdays at 9am, although other times are possible.
During the visit, you'll have a chance to tour the different parts of our program and discuss what role you'd like to serve.
Text Stephanie Jaeger at 310-968-7038 to schedule your tour
We ask all volunteers to watch the "Trauma Informed Care" video from LAHSA.
We also offer group volunteer trainings several times a year on topics like best practices in harm reduction care, de-escalation, volunteer self-care, and other topics. Look for information about training opportunities in the NHHA emails.
How to Watch the Training Video
2) Set up an online account (you'll need an email address).
3) When you have confirmed your account, search for “trauma informed” in the CTA’s course catalog.
4) Place the video in your “online cart,” and the link to video will be downloaded into your account.
5) Then, watch the video!