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When you volunteer at SEARCH, the gift of your time can make a meaningful difference in the lives of our clients. Volunteer opportunities at SEARCH are numerous and varied. (Most volunteer activities take place during regular business hours, Monday – Friday.)

We look forward to working with you and providing you with a memorable and meaningful volunteer experience. Below is a list of some of our ongoing volunteer opportunities. Other special opportunities arise throughout the year.


Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities at SEARCH (2015 Congress Avenue)

Provide Administrative/Clerical Support
Ride Along with SEARCH Navigators
Ride Along with our Mobile Outreach Team
Volunteer in SEARCH Clothing Closet & Food Pantry
Assist with Facilities Projects

Volunteer Opportunities at the House of Tiny Treasures (1529 Lombardy or 2323 Francis)

Host a Birthday Party for a Student at HTT
Assist in the HTT Kitchen
Brighter Bites Volunteers
Adopt a Student for Back to School Supplies
Fulfill a Child's Holiday Wish List
Be an Expert Guest Speaker for our House of Tiny Treasures Students

Offsite Volunteer Opportunities, Fundraisers, and Drives

Prepare Sack Lunches for SEARCH Clients
Prepare Snack Packs for SEARCH Clients
Host a Drive for the House of Tiny Treasures
Host a Basic Needs Drive
Host a Fundraiser for SEARCH
Provide Holiday Stockings for SEARCH's Adult Clients

Corporate Connections Volunteer Opportunities

Provide an In-House Field Trip for our House of Tiny Treasures Students
Sponsor Family Night at our House of Tiny Treasures
Host Splash Day or Fun Day at our House of Tiny Treasures

For more information or to sign up, please contact Katherine White at kwhite@searchhomeless.org or 713-276-3063.

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    Homelessness is a big issue in the houston area any time of year, but particularly this time of the season when temperatures can drop to or below freezing, but what can we do to address the problem. One organization called “SEARCH Homeless Services ” is taking a very unique approach here to tell us more about that we have the Executive Director Thao Costis.