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Volunteering is a work of heart


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Are you looking for purpose, community and to make a difference?  Then TVIH is the place for you. Volunteering brings connection to others, combats isolation and keeps you active in your community. Volunteers provide services, resources, and community activities and more to the lives of our members. 

Your talents can also be used to help with member recruitment, planning educational and social events, assisting with office and newsletter publication, committee roles and so much more.

We welcome individuals of all backgrounds, ages and abilities to be a part of the TVIH volunteer network. 

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  • Service:
    • Provide direct services to members such as transportation to medical appointments or shopping, make friendly visits, assist with technology or provide handyman services. 
  • Office:  
    • Answer phone calls and emails, which often consist of requests for services or answers to questions, as well as other office-related services.
  • Committee and Governance:
    • Committee groups and Board of Directors 
Click here for a complete list and details of TVIH Volunteer Opportunities.
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Email us at with your volunteer area of interest. Or, call the office and we'll put you in touch with the TVIH Volunteer Coordinator, (443) 367-9043.

When a volunteer opportunity is offered, you decide if it's the right fit for you and if a regular or one time assignment. 

In just a few hours a month, you can make a world of difference!

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Service volunteers complete a Service Volunteer Application and background check. Transportation drivers use their own vehicle and submit a copy of a driver’s license and insurance card. Volunteers report mileage and hours upon completion. Parking fees are paid by the member receiving the service.

For Committee and Board volunteers, you'll complete a Committee Volunteer Application and be contacted by a volunteer coordinator.

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Committee volunteers participate in groups for planning, activities,

programs, governance, finance and more.

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Service volunteers assist with errands, rides, TVIH office support,

small household repairs, and much more.