CASP’s mission is to cultivate a supportive community for those seeking asylum in the U.S., while offering basic needs and accompanying them on their journey towards building a life in this country.
Volunteers are the core of that supportive community and a welcoming, healthy, and successful experience for our guests. Please take a moment to page through our volunteer resource guide.
If you’re looking to volunteer or be in the mailing list for the Multicultural Center resettlement effort visit our refugee resettlement page.
Getting started …
Take a look at our sign-up form and see if there are activities that interest you.
If you find some (or if you’d like to propose “Others”), fill out the form, and click the “SUBMIT” button at the bottom of the page. You will then be guided through the rest of the sign-up process.
Note: to be covered by CASP’s insurance policy for volunteers, you need to complete all the steps in this process.
After submitting the sign-up form you will need to complete the remaining steps:
- Read and sign off on the Volunteer Guide.
- Read about requirements for working in person with guests.
You can also schedule a time to talk with us about volunteering and supporting our work.
If you prefer using paper versions of this process, write to email@example.com for instructions.
If you’re considering hosting …
Perhaps you’ve thought about hosting an asylum seeker but have questions about how to make it work. We interviewed a two-time host for CASP and asked about his reflections and tips for prospective hosts. Check out the interview below! And please fill out this form if you’d like to open up your home to asylum-seekers.
When you volunteer for CASP …
Please help us in our grant-seeking efforts by keeping track of your volunteer hours and mileage. You can create your own log sheet or download this convenient form. A CASP “Tracker” will contact you periodically to ask for the information you’ve logged.
And if you’re involved in public outreach for CASP, please familiarize yourself with our fact sheet about CASP and the people we serve.
Suggested Readings & Videos
To learn more about our work, why we do it, and how we do it look through our volunteer resource guide. There you will find many readings, videos, and resources to guide your learning and volunteering experience.
Have questions or updates?
If you have questions about volunteering or would like to update your sign-up form, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.