Volunteer Program



Thank you for  your interest in volunteering!  Volunteers are vital to our program.  New Life  Beginnings could not be where it is today without the many amazing volunteers  that have helped us out.  You can volunteer individually, bring a friend, make it  a family event, or bring a group from school or church.


Help organize and carry out annual events. Join an event planning committee.   Help us decorate.  Help us sell tickets.  These are some ways you can help out  with our events.  Groups are always welcome to volunteer at events!

Office Volunteer

Half-day shifts from 9 am-1 pm and 1 pm-5 pm.  File, answer phones, complete phone intakes for prospective clients, and work on side projects as time  permits.

Thrift Shop Volunteer

Any given day in the thrift shop, you’ll sort through clothing and other donated  items, price items, and help keep the whole store tidy and clean.  We have special need for volunteers during our big sales, which include the Blowout Sale, Dollar Sale, and Much More. 

Share-A-Meal Program

Experience a family-style dinner with our residents.  Volunteers provide the meal and some much-needed social time after clean-up.  Bring along games, cards, etc. for some added fun.

Maintenance Helper & Groundskeeper

NLB is always in need of handy helpers with electrical, plumbing, or carpentry skills to be on-call when something goes awry.  We also have need for someone with a green thumb to help plant, weed and beautify our homey landscape.


Grant Writer

Find new opportunities and write for monetary grants.  As a private non-profit,  much of our operating costs are derived from grants.  We're currently seeking  someone with knowledge of or interest in the grant writing process to help bring  in funds for NLB.

Health & Education Instructor/Professional

Offered on-site every to our residents as part of our overall goal to enhance client self-sufficiency and capability, our H&E Program covers topics related to maternal health, job preparation, resume writing, Infant and Child  CPR, First Aid, breastfeeding, art projects, computer skills, and more.  Special need for a Labor & Delivery Nurse.


Meet one-on-one with resident twice monthly.  Act as role model and stable force in client’s life.  Activities could include a picnic lunch, special event outing, or a simple conversation.

Birth Coach

Help prepare resident mentally and physically for labor.  Accompany the resident  to the hospital for childbirth, help advocate for the resident’s chosen birth plans while in the hospital.


Remedial and basic reading, writing, and math skills to be worked on in one-on-one setting with clients.  Tutors provide ongoing help to the resident finishing their high school diploma or studying for the GED.


Come babysit our children in the evenings while their mothers are in class from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.