Thank you for your interest in getting involved!

Be an Advocate

Advocates are at the heart of our program. You will be matched with someone who has need for companionship and advocacy, providing support to them through friendship.  

Requirements: All Advocates require an application, interview, training, and attend at least three community gatherings.

Read more about becoming an Advocate



Human Service professionals, religious organizations, family members, and others refer viable Partners to us and assist Advocates in their efforts of advocating for their Partners' best interests. 

Community Circles

Self-designed collectives made up of Do For One participants who focus their time, talents, and resources on supporting existing Advocate/Partner relationships. One great first step to getting involved is to visit a Community Circles gathering. It's a great time to meet new people who work with us and we sometimes need additional help with hospitality. 

People with disabilities are just like everyone else; vulnerable, looking to be accepted, and looking for companionship."

Luis, Voluntary Advocate


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