Something for Everyone

When you volunteer at LOGAN, you make a tremendous difference in someone’s life. Here are just a few areas in which you can offer your help:

The Studios

Volunteers assist with individual training and provide one-to-one attention to adults with developmental disabilities in various classes like art, music, nature, cooking and fitness. Learn more about The Studios Adult Day Services.

Circle of Support

As a community member you can foster an individual relationship with a person with disabilities. Get involved in someone’s life as a friend. Include the person in your family holiday celebrations, take him or her to a game, or join a circle of support.

LOGAN Industries/Employment Services

At this manufacturing site, volunteers assist in employment training sessions which teach clients job and life skills. Learn more about Employment Services.

Protective Services Board (PSB)

PSB is committed to advocacy and guardianship for adults with developmental disabilities who may be at risk for abuse or neglect. Volunteer guardians are paired one-on-one with someone in need through careful selection and training. Learn more about Protective Services.

Recreation and Leisure Activities

Volunteers help with art classes, community outings, and parties. Learn more about LOGAN Recreation.

Work with Seniors

If you enjoy spending time with older adults in a relaxed setting, the Seniors program would be a great place for you. Our seniors know how to have fun!

Children’s Services

An early intervention program for children between the ages of 0 and 3, Children’s Services uses volunteers to assist families and therapists. Volunteers work one-on-one with a child with special needs.

SuperSibs

University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College students who have siblings with disabilities are invited to mentor children ages 7-14 who also have siblings with disabilities. SuperSibs meets twice a month during the school year for fun group activities and chat times. Club members are matched for the entire academic year.

Special Projects

If your dorm, club, or community organization is looking for a one-time volunteer project, there are many opportunities within LOGAN. Whatever the avenue or the reason, volunteering at LOGAN is a great way to gain experience, give of your time and energy while having a great time. Together we can design a project based on the interest, size and availability for your group.

Jr. High and High School Volunteers

There are so many ways to get involved at LOGAN. You can volunteer on a special project as part of your club or team. You may want to attain service hours for a class or National Honor Society. Or you may just want to come on your own! Whatever the avenue or the reason, volunteering at LOGAN is a great way to gain experience, give of your time and energy while having a great time.

Students help out with children or adults in various programs during the week or on weekends. Students can also help with special events.

For more information on ways to volunteer, contact:

Emily Maggart
Volunteer Coordinator
(574) 289-4831
emaggart@logancenter.org