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Volunteer Opportunities!

Easterseals Michigan works to change the way the world defines and views disabilities by making profound, positive differences in people's lives every day.

Easterseals provides training, support, innovative services and unending encouragement to the people we serve right here in Michigan.

Volunteer Opportunities:

2019 Miracle League!

It's that time of year again! Come join us at the Miracle League field this summer! Located in the Southfield Municipal Complex on 26000 Evergreen Road. Volunteer at our concession stand or as a buddy assisting players around the field. Great for companies, organizations, students, or individuals! Must be 12 years or older to participate, but all ages are welcome to join the fun in the stands! Community service hours also available if needed. Come be a part of this inspiring, uplifting experience! 

For scheduling and to sign up click here!

For more information, including directions to the field, click here.

*If interested, please download, sign and email the liability waiver/background check form located here to humanresources@essmichigan.org*

Miracle League Concession Stand

Looking for 2-4 volunteers to help us with our summer Miracle League concession stand! Scheduling is flexible! Trying to find individuals who are willing to commit to two weekday evenings and one weekend day each week throughout the summer, beginning June 6th. Concession stand times are listed below:

Click here for more information on Miracle League! 

Grand Rapids Senior Outreach Volunteers

A flexible opportunity, working with our Grand Rapids Senior Outreach Behavioral Health Program. Help create presentations about our therapy services and how to recognize mental health symptoms in seniors. If you are friendly, outgoing and passionate about helping our senior community click here for more details.

Flint Office Support Volunteers

Looking for volunteers 2-3 times a week during Monday-Friday business hours offering administrative assistance. Click here for more details.

Help Children Recovering from Emotional Trauma 

Help our trauma assessment programs by assisting in making sensory packages with items that help children self soothe. If you would like to make and/or donate kits, click here for more information. 

Spread Some Cheer this Year!

Throughout the year, Easterseals collects gift bags/boxes with donations for the people we serve. Useful items include socks, hats, gloves, blankets, shampoo, canned food, etc. If you would like to donate please email Carolyn Bleibtrey at cbleibtrey@essmichigan.org or call 248.475.6405. She can assist in arranging drop off times and locations. For an information flyer click here.

Employment Programs 

Easterseals assists consumers in finding and maintaining meaningful employment through employment services and Dreams Unlimited Clubhouse. We are looking for hairdressers/barbers who are willing to donate low cost or free haircuts. Also looking for local businesses/corporations that can provide employment advice and/or mock interview practice to those engaged in our employment programs. This would enable our consumers to feel confident during the job application process. Email cbleibtrey@essmichigan.org to offer help.

Event Help 

Looking for volunteers who can help our facilities staff at Easterseals events to set up and tear down tents and equipment. Email cbleibtrey@essmichigan.org for more details. 

Dreams Clubhouse 

Seeking Advisory Committee Members from local Professional and Business Organizations. Dreams Unlimited Clubhouse (DUC), an Easterseals program, is a psychosocial rehabilitation program that helps individuals with mental illness develop the skills necessary to be successful in their everyday lives and within their community. Advisory Committee participants support the DUC membership in the following ways:

Email Carolyn Bleibtrey at cbleibtrey@essmichigan.org to apply 
For more information on Dreams Unlimited Clubhouse, click here.


If you have any questions, need more information, or have any volunteer suggestions, please contact Carolyn Bleibtrey at 248.475.6405 or email cbleibtrey@essmichigan.org. Easterseals is willing to work with high school students to fulfill National Honor Society hours, in addition to any other community service hours. We look forward to hearing from you!

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