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Volunteering at Bartlett House is very easy. Just call 304-292-0101 or come in and talk to our Volunteer Coordinator. The Volunteer Coordinator is at the shelter from 9am-5pm. There is always something that needs done. If you feel you have a unique idea for your volunteer time, we would love to hear it.
Like other non-profits, the Bartlett House programs are funded through grants and the generous support of the community. If you have an idea for a fundraiser or would like to help with a fund raising effort, we welcome your participation. Please contact Doris Pirlo at 304-292-0101 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org In the past we have had groups do bake sales, car washes, bucket brigades, concerts, dinners, cash bashes, silent auctions, running races, organizational collections and many other fund raising endeavors. These efforts are often greatly rewarding and fun for the participants. This is a great way for student organizations, civic groups, church organizations, and businesses to employ the power of team work.
Volunteering at Bartlett House is very easy. Just call, email or come in and talk to our Volunteer Coordinator and he will take care of you. The Volunteer Coordinator is at the shelter from 9am-5pm. There is always something that needs done. If you feel you have a unique idea for your volunteer time, we would love to hear it. Please find below a list of suggested ways you can help us help the homeless.
LaundryBartlett House generates three to five loads of laundry per day (mostly bedding & towels). Having volunteers to complete this task is a great help!
I don't know what your destiny will be, but one thing I know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found how to serve."
Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon have come together to coordinate the 1st Annual Mountaineer Chili Fest, benefiting the Morgantown Bartlett House on November 3rd at the Spruce Street Farmers Market. This is an event for all ages. There will be live entertainment, face painting, a moon bounce, a cornhole tournament, several items raffled off, and of course—all you can eat chili! We hope to see you all there and appreciate your support!
Children 10 & under- $3
Students, Senior Citizens, Military Personnel- $5
Follow their event on twitter: @WVUChiliFest
Bartlett House is able to provide such quality homeless services due to the generosity of resources and time that is given by the local community. From those who donate money and goods, to those who serve meals and share their hobbies and talents. For the homeless, a shelter can be as little as a place to sleep out of the rain or as much as a step toward self-sufficiency.
Volunteer opportunities are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. For more information on how to donate time and/or money, call the Volunteer Coordinator at 304-292-0101 or email Robert martin at email@example.com.