We are called to remember our mission to "accompany one another in Christ, celebrate God's love, and transform lives." Volunteer today at one of our current opportunities that directly impacts lives in both our Holy Trinity community and our greater global community.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Catholic Charities Recruiting Volunteer CPAs!
CPA and tax lawyers are needed to provide pro bono tax preparation for the working poor. Training will be offered in January. Tax return preparation will take place on Saturdays from February 3 to April 14. To learn more about the program, contact Deacon Jim Shanahan at (202) 772-4310.
SNAP Outreach Specialist
From February 1 to April 17, the 2018 DC EITC Campaign helps low income taxpayers from across the District file their taxes and claim credits that incentivize work and financial savings. As a SNAP Outreach Specialist, you will provide information on the SNAP (formerly known as Food Stamps) program and other food resources in the District, screen clients for SNAP eligibility, and assist them in completing SNAP applications at DC EITC sites. To volunteer, register online and choose "Volunteer Opportunities" and then "SNAP/Food Stamp Outreach Specialist" or e-mail Abby Herzfeld.
Lift Your Voices: Music Ministry Call
All Holy trinity choral ensembles are looking for new members as they musically lead and support worship throughout the year. We have 5 different choral ensembles to choose from. For more information, contact Kathleen DeJardin.
Serve on Holy Trinity Committees
We are looking for new members to serve on our Social Justice Committee and Communications Committee. Minimum time commitment is one meeting per month. For more information, contact Kate Tromble (Social Justice) or Karelia Pallan (Communications).
Saturday & Sunday Meals for the Homeless
Holy Trinity coordinates weekly sit-down meals for the homeless in Georgetown. In addition to preparing and serving food, there are some light set-up and clean-up duties. Volunteers must be 13 years old. For more information, contact Mike Conway.
Catholic Volunteer Network
Looking for additional opportunities beyond Holy Trinity? For more than 54 years, Catholic Volunteer Network has been the leading advocate for faith-based service. In the past year, CVN supported 18,587 volunteers serving with 180 programs. Collectively these volunteers impacted the lives of more than 2,821,000 individuals through a variety of services including education, social work, health care, sustainable farming initiatives, prison ministry, homeless services, and much more. Volunteers served in 45 states and 109 countries. Learn more about how you can get involved.