Questions about volunteering or the St. Johns Volunteers! organization? We are pleased to offer responses to the following most Frequently Asked Questions to assist individuals in learning more about our organization.
Q: What is St. Johns Volunteers, Inc.?
A: St. Johns Volunteers! is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to “Connect people and resources to enrich the quality of life in St. Johns County.”
Q: How can I sign up to Volunteer?
A: You have two options for signing up.
1) SIGN UP to volunteer today using our convenient online registration service. REGISTER.
2) VISIT US at the St. Johns Volunteers! Community Resource Center located at: 1 News Place, Suite A, St. Augustine, FL 32086.
Q: Do I have to have special skills or talent to Volunteer?
A: Everyone can volunteer! St. Johns Volunteers! offers a wide array of Volunteer opportunities for volunteers of all ages and skill levels. Each volunteer activity describes the tasks which may be involved and list any special requirements which might be needed, but it is important to note that there are many volunteer opportunities available in our community which have only one basic requirement: the personal desire to volunteer. Everyone can help make a difference in the lives of others.
Q: How can I become directly involved with the St. Johns Volunteers!, Inc. organization?
A: St. Johns Volunteers!, Inc. welcomes the support of individuals who would like to directly support the work of our organization. There are a variety of ways for those who desire to get involved in our mission. Please contact our Executive Director Carol Saviak at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have an interest in directly supporting the St. Johns Volunteers! organization.
Q: How is the St. Johns Volunteers!, Inc. organization funded?
A: St. Johns Volunteers! is a non-profit organization which relies upon the generosity of individuals, organizations and businesses which value civic engagement and philanthropy. Our funding mix includes individual contributions, organizational partnerships, corporate sponsorships, grant awards, as well as program and service fees.