“I like to volunteer at Info Line because it’s very rewarding to be able to use my skills to contribute to Info Line’s mission to connect people to services. The publication of the Resource Wire helps Info Line share valuable information with a wide audience and would not be possible without my volunteer hours.”

-Olivia McCarthy, Info Line Volunteer

Volunteer Opportunities

Info Line utilizes volunteers to support our organization in a wide variety of ways. Volunteer opportunities vary based on the skills and interest of each volunteer. Below is a sample of volunteer opportunities:

Volunteer Emergency Food Line Referral Specialists help address food insecurity in Summit County. Volunteers answer incoming calls to the Emergency Food Line and use an online database to verify client eligibility and make appointments for households in need of food at local food pantries.

Volunteer Receptionists assist individuals who call or visit the Info Line office and perform other clerical work.

Special Project Volunteers help with a variety of projects based on their skills and interests, such as photographing clients, updating resource information, and publishing Resource Wire.

Individuals who would like more information about volunteering at Info Line can complete a Volunteer Application or call 330-762-5627. Individuals interested in volunteering for another nonprofit organization or local initiative can dial 2-1-1 to inquire about local opportunities or view volunteer opportunities listed in Info Line’s resource database here.

“In the past two years I also had the opportunity to assist with publishing the Annual Report which was fun as I had to learn some new software and create infographics which I had never done before. There is always so much going on at Info Line that there are always new projects waiting in the pipeline for me!”

– Olivia McCarthy