How to Get Involved
NeighborLink Indianapolis is primarily volunteer run—from our volunteer board of directors down to our volunteers swinging hammers and holding up gutters. If you have time to give to our mission, we will gladly accept it.
Board of Directors
Serve on our board. We currently have board positions open. Board terms are two-year commitments and the level of involvement throughout those years are up to you. Board members help in laying the foundations for future sustainability of our organization as well as play the role of major advocates for NeighborLink Indianapolis. Interested? Contact us.
Whether you are a licensed professional—or not. We have projects that could use your hands! NeighborLink Indianapolis works hard to pair a volunteer or volunteer group with an appropriate project for the skill level and/or size of the group. Learn more
Organize a Group
We have many projects that work well for team building activities, community service, church groups, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, etc. Learn more
If your skills, interest, and available times are more suited to administrative or office-type of jobs—we have plenty. Volunteers call prospective clients and help arrange times to view their projects. Volunteers help organize the logistics of a job site helping a volunteer group have all the tools and training necessary. We even have volunteers who help with communications and representing NeighborLink Indianapolis at events. Learn more
BE A FINANCIAL DONOR
We are grateful for donations of all sizes. If you feel a connection with our mission and would like to be a one-time donor or include us in your monthly or annual giving, it will enable us to lessen our gap of projects done to projects on our wait list. We also accept donations specific to a project, for instance, if you have a neighbor, coworker, or friend being served by NeighborLink Indianapolis, you can make a specific donation to that project.