Our volunteer program offers individuals, families, and small or large groups various opportunities to make a difference.

Explore our various volunteer opportunities.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Anne Grady Services. We are grateful for everyone who shares their time and talents to enhance the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities.

We offer a variety of opportunities for you—or your group—to volunteer. We welcome groups of all sizes and ages to participate in one-time events or for reoccurring projects.

While some volunteer roles at Anne Grady Services require specific knowledge, skills, and a background check, many require only the desire to make a difference. Individuals younger than 18 must have parental or guardian consent.

Clerical Assistants

Volunteer in one of our offices and perform light typing, mailing, scanning, faxing, and data entry.

Buddy Volunteer

Buddy volunteers have opportunities to engage with individuals through a variety of activities, including games, puzzles, movies, stories, and crafts.


Become a recreation volunteer and participate in stimulating activities throughout the community.


Grounds volunteers take the lead on special landscaping projects such as planting flowers, pulling weeds, and spreading mulch.

Events Volunteer

Events volunteers can choose from various job duties that contribute to the success of Anne Grady events. Duties vary by event.

Volunteer Internships

Assist with various AGS departments, working hand-in-hand with staff to support initiatives and learn more about Anne Grady’s core mission and services.

If you have any questions prior to registering to volunteer, please contact Natalie.

Volunteer Contact:

Natalie Ray

Community Engagement and Volunteer Coordinator


419.866.6500 ext. 274

419.205.0543 (mobile)