Volunteers dedicate themselves to supporting CAT's mission of saving lives and rebuilding families by providing recovery tools. Nearly 200 volunteers collectively provide more than 5,000 hours of service annually to CAT.
Some volunteers work directly with patients, while others provide administrative assistance, work on fundraisers or help with special projects, including the upkeep of our beautiful gardens. A dedicated group of professionals serves on the board of directors and other board committees, lending their expertise to help govern the agency.
Volunteers not only impact the lives of our patients, but their work has an economic impact as well. Their generosity of time and talent allows us to reduce costs in some areas, instead directing dollars to where they make the most impact.
Some volunteer on an ongoing basis, while others work on a specific project for a limited time. Volunteering is a great way to meet people and support CAT's mission.