There are plenty of volunteer opportunities here and around the city. Our doors are open to all who want to get involved with Flagstaff Shelter Services. 

We would love your support in any capacity. Whether it’s organizing a donation drive, volunteering time and manpower at special events and fundraisers, helping with shelter clean up, or participating in other group work, there’s something for everybody.

In addition to our primary shelter, we also operate an overflow shelter in partnership with the faith-based community in the winter months known as Sanctuary.  This additional shelter allows Flagstaff Shelter Services to serve even more of Northern Arizona’s most vulnerable neighbors, and we’re always seeking volunteers to help with associated needs at this location.

Volunteer with Flagstaff Shelter Services

Interested in volunteering?

FSS Volunteer Interest Form
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Join the Junior Board

Flagstaff Shelter Services wants to bring on creative and motivated young professionals in the Flagstaff area to serve on the junior board. A junior board is a way for young professionals to gain experience for their future careers within a nonprofit organization.

Members of the Flagstaff Shelter Services junior board will donate their time to help plan, fundraise, and engage the Flagstaff community while learning from other professionals. Members of the junior board will be given an opportunity to take part in a variety of positions that will utilize their skills and aid future endeavors.

The members will assist in social media, PR, design, writing, and project management. Flagstaff Shelter Services is hoping to gain new perspectives on our team this new year.

We are looking for young professionals with:

  • Communication and creative skills
  • Ethical responsibility and emphatic ability
  • Basic computer skills

Better together

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