Join Our Cause

Although Sophia's Heart programs are not yet established in every state, we are currently looking for volunteers nationwide that can help with future events as they arise. For those of you looking to get plugged in with volunteering for Sophia's Heart.

Please email our volunteer coordinator,volunteer@sophiasheart.org for more details.

You too can help One Heart Touch Many.


Volunteer Opportunities

We value our volunteers and their talents. Sophia’s Heart now has opportunities available for everyone at our different locations. Even better, you don’t have to be local to help us.

We know that everyone has different areas of expertise, so to help you better serve us, we’ve provided a detailed list of volunteer tasks for you to choose from. Once you’ve selected the volunteer task(s) you are interested in email your contact information and the Task ID to volunteer@sophiasheart.org. We will then contact you individually with specific instructions and information. Click the image to download the volunteer task list now. 

Volunteer Task List

Being a volunteer not only leaves a lasting impact on those receiving the services, but, it also leaves an impact on the volunteers themselves. At Sophia’s Heart we’d like for our volunteers to share their experience (this is not mandatory). In doing so, after each event, volunteers will be asked to provide feedback or even a short story about the opportunity they chose to help with. The volunteer should include a picture of themselves or of the people that were impacted along with a 1 page (8 ½ x 11) or less story about your experience. We will then post some of these stories under our Volunteer’s Voice section on our web site.

For those wanting to volunteer a completed volunteer application is required before you can participate in any events. If you have not done so already, download the volunteer application now. For more information on volunteer opportunities please contact info@sophiasheart.org. We look forward to you helping us become “One Heart Touching Many.”