I became a volunteer at the Mid Fairfield AIDS Project in the summer of 2015. I loved it! Choosing to give back to an agency that has given me so much was an easy decision. Volunteering at MFAP humbles me. Giving back to the community is an expression of my gratitude. The act of gratitude is so much more powerful than simply speaking the words. It is tangible and the rewards are many. When volunteering for MFAP I’m not just saying “I’m so grateful”. I am showing it.
The volunteer opportunities are: At the front desk between Mondays thru Fridays, this volunteer post directs the flow of visitors by greeting them in person and on the phone; we have special events such as Gay Bingo, the Red Ribbon Gala, food drives; teaching computer skills to clients, or driving them to appointments. Younger or older, we need people to help us promote and work these events and services.
Whether it’s making copies, filling envelopes, or simply greeting walk-ins who are seeking a free HIV test, you can perform a vital role at MFAP. In the past year we have increased the number of volunteer positions we provide so you can help our organization and therefore our community. We all have different skill sets and ways to contribute to a worthy cause. If you have available time, we would love to have your help. Who knows? You might love it too.
Thank you so much
MFAP's Committed Volunteers:
If you have the time, we have the volunteer position just for you. Please call Max @ 203-855-9535, ext. 105 to discuss volunteer opportunities.
If you are looking to volunteer for an an agency that gives back to the community on a daily basis then MFAP is the place for you. We have volunteer positions available here in the office to answer phones, file, data input, assist clients, copying and mail.
The first face walk-ins see are our volunteers, who are a vital part of our mission. We also need dedicated individuals for special events, including Gay Bingo or the Red Ribbon Gala. Plus, our occasional food drives. If you have the time we have the opportunity.