The UUCSJ team is keeping a close eye on updates regarding the communities affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, particularly those who are most vulnerable. In partnership with UUSC grassroots partners in Texas and Florida, UUCSJ is exploring where and how volunteers can be most useful once the worst flooding has receded and communities are safe.
Sign up to join the volunteer list if you’re available to travel to Texas or Florida to support relief efforts. More detailed information will be shared as it become available in the coming months.
The Volunteer Placements program is designed to be a powerful opportunity for individuals who are willing to lend their skills and/or expertise to leave a meaningful impact with one of our partner organizations, while also strengthening their own personal faith through justice work.
Past volunteer roles include:
UUCSJ is always recruiting a team of passionate volunteers to be among the first to know when new volunteer opportunities arise throughout the year.
Click the button to fill out an Interest Form and stay in touch!
Current Volunteer Placements
Click each opportunity to learn more:
San Antonio, Texas
Greece – Various Locations
Refugee support and solidarity
U.S. – Various Locations
Support the urgent need for legal services for transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) immigrants
- Volunteers must be at least 18 years old to participate
- UUCSJ requires that all volunteers have or will have health insurance that will cover them in the volunteer location
- UUCSJ does not have funding available to assist volunteers when traveling to and from volunteer locations, nor for self-support while at the volunteer site (e.g. internal transportation, food, medical needs)
- For many locations, UUCSJ requires that all volunteers have received a tetanus shot within 9 months of the volunteer opportunity