Volunteer at Brighton Center
Brighton Center takes the safety and well-being of our staff, volunteers, guests, and customers seriously. We continue to make changes to our safety protocol as we learn and receive guidance from our State and local health departments and the CDC.
Our volunteers are an important part of our team. At this time everyone (staff, volunteers, guests, and customers) are required to wear a mask at all times while on-site at any of our buildings or when outside in close proximity of each other. We are requiring weekly testing for all unvaccinated individuals working or volunteering on-site at Brighton Center locations.
All volunteers, individuals, and those that are part of a volunteer group, need to show full vaccination status or a negative COVID-19 test result from within 72 hours of the first day of volunteering.
We are making intentional efforts to maintain a safe working environment for all and we greatly appreciate your cooperation as we work through this challenging time.
Brighton Center celebrates victories as families move toward self-sufficiency. Every victory is aided by the compassion of our donors and the commitment of our volunteers. Through our work together we can make a difference in improving the quality of life for those we serve.
Do you know how much your time is worth to Brighton Center? Every hour you volunteer equates to a $24.14 donation – that means when you spend an hour mentoring youth or working in our Choice Food Pantry or reading a book to a child, you save the Center $24.14. That’s over $190 for one day of volunteerism!
Ways You Can Volunteer:
- Food Pantry Volunteer- The Food Pantry Volunteer will provide food and hygiene items to customers by unloading donations, stocking pantry shelves, helping customers shop for food for their families all while providing excellent customer service.
- Club Care Home Delivery Driver Volunteer- Home delivery drivers assist in the delivery of USDA commodities and Choice Pantry foods to home-bound, senior, or disabled people around the Northern Kentucky area. Drivers are assigned a list of customers to deliver to, and they transport the food in their car in order to drop their items off at each customer’s home.
- Donation Driver Volunteer- Volunteer Donation Drivers will provide access to vital goods to customers by delivering donations to the Family Center.
- Thrifting on Eastern Volunteer- Thrifting on Eastern Volunteers will provide access to clothing and household items to customers by sorting and hanging clothing and other donations, assisting the Customer Service Clerk and maintaining a tidy shopping area.
- Opportunity House - Cook, or provide a meal for the youth at Opportunity House: click here to sign up