Holiday Volunteer Opportunities

Camp Haven

(772) 999-3146
outreach@camphaven.net

Camp Haven opened in January 2014 as the only transformational shelter for homeless and at-risk men of Indian River County. Today, they are still the only program for men. The current capacity is 26 men, 18 in Phase I and 8 in Phase II. Camp Haven has an Executive Director, Assistant Executive Director, Psychologist, and a Case Manager available to assist the residents.  They are dedicated to assisting men to rebuild their lives by holding them accountable, providing transitional housing, education, stability, and encouragement by promoting a sense of community and brotherhood on the campus. They teach the men to get and keep community-based employment, save money, (where applicable) pay child support, get along with others and take personal and financial responsibility for their lives.


The Source

(772) 564-0202
tony.zorbaugh@iamthesource.org

A Christian outreach ministry serving the poor and homeless. We strive to present the Gospel to those who are homeless, indigent, or in critical need; to lead them to a saving faith in Jesus Christ; to instill hope and motivation for improving their lives, and to assist them in obtaining the resources necessary to become productive citizens and achieve lasting life recovery.


Women’s Refuge of Vero Beach

(772) 770-4424
womensrefugevb@att.net

If you’re looking to be restored, refreshed, or renewed, they’re here to help!  Women’s Refuge of Vero Beach has a plan designed to bring healing and hope into your life.  Since 1997, people from all over the world have benefitted from their residential program, counseling center, and training programs.  Now it’s your turn!


United Against Poverty

(772) 770-0740
azukowski@unitedagainstpoverty.org

Their purpose is to inspire and empower people living in poverty to lift themselves and their families to economic self-sufficiency.


Hope for Families Center

(772) 567-5537
llander@hopeforfamiliescenter.com

Hope for Families Center helps homeless families transition from homelessness to sustainable permanent housing by providing safe shelter, food, employment, and other supportive services.


The Salvation Army

(772) 978-0265
verobeachfl@uss.salvationarmy.org

More than 3 million people across the United States volunteer their time, talents, and resources, to assist The Salvation Army’s work. Volunteers are critical partners in helping us fulfill their promise of ‘Doing the Most Good’ for people in need.


Operation Hope

(772) 571-0003
hopeo@bellsouth.net

Operation Hope is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to providing support, education, and assistance to families in need regardless of race, color, or religion.


United Way of Indian River County

(772) 567-8900
info@unitedwayirc.org

United Way is a volunteer-driven organization. With opportunities throughout the year, volunteers govern, provide directions and oversight, make funding decisions, serve on community committees, direct our annual campaign, and drive our annual events.


Indian River Habitat for Humanity


(772) 562-9860
icraig@irchabitat.org

Indian River Habitat for Humanity builds homes, communities, and hope in Vero Beach, Sebastian, and Fellsmere. There are volunteer opportunities for every age and ability! No experience is required to start making a difference in your community.

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