Volunteer Opportunities

Our mission is to provide opportunities for self-sufficiency for people with barriers to employment and community inclusion. Additional opportunities will arise throughout the year. We strive for individuals and organizations to become involved in events and activities related to AccessAbility's success in meeting the needs of the people we serve. 

Activities are held on a week night for enjoyment and community inclusiveness. Participants don't have to be associated with AccessAbility to attend. Everyone is welcome!

To volunteer at an Evening Stars event, call Amy Jones at 612-331-5958, or send an e-mail to eveningstars@accessability.org

  • January: Pizza and a Movie night
  • February: Valentine’s Dinner
  • March: Sock Hop
  • April: Desserts and Designs
  • May: Pizza and a Movie
  • June: Walk, Run & Roll
    Northeast Parade
  • July: Special Olympics Bocce Ball area tournament
  • August: Special Olympics State Tournament
  • September:  Special Olympics Bowling begins
  • October:  Halloween Party
    Special Olympics Bowling Area Competition
  • November:  Magical Evening Ball
    Thanksgiving Dinner
    Special Olympics Bowling State Competition
  • December:  Holiday Party

Opportunities for Twin Cities Companies & Individuals

To volunteer, call Bob Gustafson or Laura Jensen at 612-331-5958, or send an e-mail to volunteers@accessability.org

  • Marketing & communications
    Develop new organization brochure, update website (now)
  • Loaned executives to conduct mock interviews – anytime
  • Board membership – select basis
  • Program advisory membership
  • Business advisory membership
  • 30-45 minute presentation to AAI staff regarding – training topics 
    (i.e. financial planning)
  • Painting and other maintenance projects – 
    360 Hoover Street & 2205 Hennepin Avenue locations - anytime
  • Property beautification and upkeep – Spring, summer and fall
  • Maintenance of Hoover Pond! – Spring, summer and fall
  • Volunteers for our Annual Walk, Run & Roll – June 20 (day of)
  • Plays at local professional theatres
  • Music therapy (anytime)
  • State Fair and other community outings 
    (Zoos, parks, craft shops, sporting venues, humane society, library, museums, Shrine Circus)
  • Craft Projects
  • Life skills classes and leisure activities
  • Class instructor



for you


Volunteer Opportunities

What's New