Volunteer with us

Celebrate Outreach! is a volunteer-run organization. Dozens of men, women, and youth of all ages and from all walks of life are working together to find ways in which to prevent and end homelessness.

Volunteering allows you to follow your passion while contributing to a cause that is important to you. We’re all in this is a great way to meet and get to know others in your community. The work you do and the things you accomplish when you volunteer have a huge impact on our community.

Until homelessness is abolished, we still need your help. We need volunteers just like you to help people experiencing homelessness in Pinellas County. There are many kinds of volunteer opportunities available so look over the sample list below to find the best match for your interests, skills, and availability. Please keep in mind that all positions are volunteer positions. Celebrate! Outreach does not have any paid employees.

  • Fundraising/ Coordinate donations
  • Grant Writer
  • Meal Sharing
    • off-site food prep, on-site setup, serving, and/or cleanup
  • Blog Writers (must make a regular commitment)
  • Carpenters/Construction for Tiny Homes

To volunteer, email us here  . Please include your name, phone number, and what area(s) you are interested in volunteering for.




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Food Items

fruit cups, bananas, orangesbeef sticks, canned meat pop tops (tuna, Vienna sausages),yogurt cups, lunch meat, sliced cheese, cheese stickspacks of any variety of cheese or peanut butter crackers, snack-sized bags of chipsbottled water, Gatorade, soda


toothbrushes, toothpaste

disposable razors, shaving cream

bar soap, wash cloths


feminine hygiene items

travel size creams, shampoo, and body wash

individual packets of Kleenex, hand wipes


men’s/women’s socks (this is a constant need)

gently used clothes

men’s and women’s tennis shoes

men’s underwear S/M/L

women’s underwear S/M/L/XL

PLEASE NOTE: **We do not accept children’s clothes**

    “There are many ways in which to creatively and proactively be a friend to someone in need…”