Join us as we create opportunities and increase inclusion

Thank you for your interest in joining the mission of Easterseals! We are an engine of opportunity, and volunteers are crucial to our work breaking down barriers to employment. With a comprehensive portfolio of more than 25 programs, there are a plethora of volunteer options for you, your family, or your business.

We love what we do. We can't wait to share it with you.

Contact Danielle Gentry Barth by email for more information on our volunteering opportunites!

FedEx Volunteers paint reception area as part of FedEx CaresBy volunteering at Easterseals you will:

  • Improve someone's quality of life
  • Play an active role in improving your community
  • Gain skills in professional development
  • Network and socialize

The Power of One, The Power of Many

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When employees at Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America got together to volunteer at Easterseals for their 21st Annual Volunteer Leadership Workshop, Easterseals welcomed 50 team members from all across the country and Japan. They learned about our programs, explored ability awareness, and spent a day volunteering at our Hamilton location.

Mitsubishi has been a long-time philanthropic partner of Easterseals. In addition to volunteering their time, they donate lumber from shipping crates to Easterseals woodworking and construction skills training programs. The company also actively works to increase employment opportunities for transitioning youth, adults, and veterans with disabilities by offering leadership development, employment preparation, and ability awareness programs.

“I experienced an epiphany during the workshop around ‘what’s normal or who is normal.’ There is no normal or abnormal. We are all beautiful beings,” said Hiromi Grotts of Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc. in Cypress, CA. “So when we were discussing what we learned in our workshop that we want to incorporate into our workplace, I mentioned to my group that I like the idea of a mentoring day. My idea is not that we mentor people with disabilities, but they mentor us from their point of view. I’m sure we can learn a lot from them.”

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