Get Involved

Peace Neighborhood Center has an ongoing need for volunteers in many capacities. We would love to work with you to find a good fit within our existing programs.

In addition, if you are interested in larger, one-time projects such as landscaping and grounds maintenance, please call Bonnie Billups, Jr. at 734.662.3564.

School Year Volunteer Tutoring  |   Food Distribution  |  Volunteer Interest Form

School Year
Volunteer Tutoring

We are currently looking for volunteers to work with elementary, middle, and high school students within our after school programs for the 2020 spring term (April 20-May 28). Volunteers assist with homework AND help build academic skills.

Our MINIMUM commitment for tutoring is once a week for a semester. It is very important to us that you can commit without absence for the days/hours you indicate.

Current opportunities for after school tutors:

With Elementary Students

  • Tuesdays and/or Thursdays (Biggest need for volunteers)
    5:45-6:45 PM @ Peace Neighborhood-1111 N Maple Rd
  • Mondays and/or Wednesdays
    4:45-5:45 PM @ our Maple Meadows Satellite Center- 880 S. Maple Road

With Middle School Students

  • Mondays and/or Wednesdays (Second biggest need for volunteers)
    5:30-6:45 PM @ Peace Neighborhood -1111 N Maple Road
  • Tuesdays and/or Thursdays
    5:00-6:00 PM @ our West Arbor Satellite Center- 717 N. Maple Road

With High School Students

  • By appointment

Volunteer orientation dates:

Wednesday, April 15 6-7 PM

Please note: You must attend a Volunteer Orientation in order to serve as a tutor. Please bring your ID with you to orientation. We will complete a background check on volunteers 18 yrs & older. 

 

Please contact MaryAnn Johnson at mjohnson@peaceneighborhoodcenter.org or (734) 662 – 3564 for instructions on how to complete a volunteer application and an orientation session.

Please Note: We will not be reviewing Volunteer Applications until August 15, 2020.  We will follow up with applications after that date.  Thank you!

Food Distribution

Born out of the need to more quickly and efficiently distribute perishable food items, Peace has been partnering with Food Gatherers for a weekly produce distribution since 2011. Every Friday morning, a diverse population of people from the Washtenaw County community come to Peace to have a choice of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as other items such as bread, desserts and healthy snacks. The produce distribution at Peace began as a temporary, voucher based program. Today it is an open choice distribution that serves on average 40 families each week. Thank you to our partners at Food Gatherers for helping us meet this need.

For more information about this service and to volunteer to help, please email MaryAnn Johnson at: mjohnson@peaceneighborhoodcenter.org.

Volunteer Interest Form