The success of Catholic Community Services’ mission to provide help and create hope is driven by the dedication of our volunteers, partners, and community members. The time, energy, and compassion that our volunteers pour into partnering with CCS impacts the lives of thousands of people every year. Whether you have a heart for those impacted by homelessness and food insecurity or supporting refugees as they settle into a new way of life, CCS provides volunteer opportunities in line with the issues you are most passionate about.

  • All Programs
  • Migration and Refugee Services
  • Virtual
  • Basic Needs
  • Salt Lake
  • Ogden
  • Youth Tutors will be matched with refugee youth from our Refugee Foster Care program or a refugee family in our Refugee Resettlement department.

  • St. Vincent de Paul Dining Hall volunteers will assist in preparing meals for clients. This includes chopping and peeling vegetables, labeling meal containers for storage, organizing, and other kitchen-related duties.

  • Weigand Homeless Resource Center volunteers may assist in checking clients in, managing and cleaning storage areas, and maintaining cleanliness. Volunteers may also provide assistance in the laundry and computer rooms.

  • The Weigand Homeless Resource Center clothing room provides clients with clothing assistance. Volunteers will welcome clients, explain how the clothing room operates, assist clients with selections, and record client selections.

  • Warehouse Volunteers will assist in sorting donated food items, tracking inventory, and assembling boxes and bags of food for clients.

  • As a Sharehouse volunteer, you will be assisting our Sharehouse Coordinator with picking up donations, sorting and organizing at the Sharehouse, or even helping to set up the homes of our refugee clients before they arrive. 

  • Refugee Family Mentors reinforce the work of CCS staff by supporting clients in their cultural adjustment to the United States during their first two years of resettlement. CCS provides Family Mentors with tasks to work on with client families as they work towards self-sufficiency.

  • Youth Mentors will be matched with one of our recently arrived refugee youth. The Mentee’s are anywhere from late Elementary to High School age.  

  • Food Pantry Volunteers will assist in stocking shelves, greeting clients, assisting clients as they pick out groceries, and other projects around the food pantry.