Be A Catalyst For Change

Thank you for your interest in volunteering! The Spring of Tampa Bay is grateful for the ongoing support we have in our community.

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FAQs

How can I volunteer with The Spring?

One way we need help is for individuals and groups (up to 15 people) to assist us at our Thrift Store, Donation Center, and Boutique. Prepping donated items for our thrift store is important as this helps generate revenue to fund our many services, as well as provide necessary items to survivors of domestic violence as they are rebuilding their lives.

How can my group volunteer with The Spring?

Groups please reserve your time slots by emailing volunteer@thespring.org

What do I need to bring with me?

Please bring your photo id and wear closed-toe shoes. Parts of the Donation Center are not air-conditioned, so please wear comfortable clothes as it can get hot, particularly during the summer months.

Are there age restrictions?

Children ages 13 -14 can volunteer under the supervision of an adult. Children ages 15-17 can volunteer without supervision but need parental permission.

Are there volunteering opportunities to work with the families being served?

We do have limited volunteer opportunities to work in our shelter or outreach facilities, however, due to the extensive training that is required, we ask that these volunteers commit to volunteering with us for at least 1 year.

To learn more about the requirements and application process, email volunteer@thespring.org.

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Join a Committee

Joining one of The Spring’s events or advocacy committees will help not only raise awareness for our critical services, but will help ensure the success and longevity of our organization.

Events

Members of our event committees help plan event logistics, secure sponsors and auction items, and help ensure the financial success of the event.

Youth Action Committee

Members (middle and high school youth) are specially trained peer educators in our community, dedicated to educating classmates and the community about healthy relationships and teen dating violence, and empowering other youth to be leaders in ending relationship violence.

LGBTQ+ Roundtable

Members educate our community about intimate partner violence in LGBTQ+ relationships, advocate for survivors, and connect survivors to an inclusive network of resources.