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

2023 After School Volunteer Tutoring

Peace is currently recruiting volunteers to help tutor kindergarten through high school students at our After-School Programs. Volunteer tutors help students with homework and core academic subjects, including reading, writing, and math.Tutors are asked to make a commitment to meet at least once a week with a young student throughout the Fall semester (September – December), Winter Semester (January – April), and/or during the Spring term (April – May) on either a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday.
Volunteers must be in 9th grade or older. We expect all volunteers to be fully vaccinated.
Tutoring Sessions include:

● Elementary School Students at Peace Neighborhood Center:
Tuesdays and/or Thursdays, 5:45pm – 6:45pm

●  Elementary School Students at our two Satellite Centers:
Mondays and/or Wednesdays, 4:45pm – 5:45pm
Maple Meadows (880 South Maple Road) and/or West Arbor (717 North Maple Road)

●  Middle School Students at Peace Neighborhood Center:
Mondays and/or Wednesdays, 4:45pm – 5:45pm

● High School Students at Peace Neighborhood Center:
Mondays and/or Wednesdays 5:30pm – 6:45pm

  1. Complete our online volunteer application.
  2. Tutors must attend a Tutor Orientation:
  • Wednesday, April 24th @ 6pm

Contact Anabel: to schedule an orientation if one is not listed.

Questions? Contact Anabel: or call (734)662-3564.

Both new & returning volunteers must attend orientation.
Please bring your ID and proof of COVID-19 vaccination to orientation. 
We complete DHS background checks on all volunteers 18 years and older.

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.

If you are interested in volunteering with Peace Neighborhood Center Fridays from 8:30-11:30am, please click on the button below to view the online sign up sheet:
Sign Up!

Thank you for your interest in supporting our community! For more information about this service, please email MaryAnn Johnson at:

Volunteer Interest Form