Advocates do not need to have experience with foster youth or the court system, just a desire to help children. We have an extensive interview process that begins with an application.

In an effort to involve all of our interested volunteers and provide opportunity to be a part of our mission we are developing multiple programs where you can help us Clean Up The Lake

This level of volunteering is for an individual who is or will become CIT trained and wants to be a STAR Volunteer at Live Violence Free. This means you are so involved with the H.E.A.R.T. program you may help coordinate and meet with other volunteers. This level is for a volunteer who is volunteering 20+…

This level of volunteering is for an individual who is or will become CIT trained and is volunteering moderately with Live Violence Free. This level means that the individual is volunteering 10-20 hours a month, either directly with clients or indirectly.

Anyone, 18 years old or older, who cares about the homeless population in South Lake Tahoe can volunteer at the Warm Room. Each volunteer is committed to making the Warm Room a place for our fellow community members to find sanctuary from the elements. We welcome volunteers to also be involved with our fundraising efforts,…

LTWC wildlife volunteers help feed, care for, transport and release the wild birds and animals that LTWC receives. Before working with directly with wildlife, volunteers must first complete our annual two-day training seminar. The seminar teaches wildlife diets, feeding techniques, housing, first aid, capture and transportation, anatomy and examination, and more — all the training…

Support volunteers help LTWC in countless ways. They make our fundraisers possible. They help us prepare animal enclosures for our peak season each spring, then help us winterize them again in the fall. They assist with everything from heavy-lifting to stamp-licking.

Hands-on sewing and repairing of period appropriate costumes, support selection and fitting of volunteer costuming; work alongside costumer onsite and through email.

All volunteers provide direct support for visitor services through the Tallac Museum Information Desk, serving as a greeter, host, or through administrative support.

Supports general grounds, lawn, pathway, pond, fountain and irrigation system, tools & equipment maintenance; also supports Shoreline and Promenade trail maintenance of Resort area.