What is Epworth Children & Family Services?
For over 150 years, Epworth has provided services to benefit individuals in need. The ultimate goal of all our services is for children, youth and families to achieve self-sufficiency with dignity. Our team of volunteers, donors, and staff experts make a difference in the lives of over 10,000 individuals each year. Epworth’s unconditional commitment and innovative services help children, youth and families move toward self-sufficiency by focusing on health, housing, employment, and education. Epworth operated three St. Louis campuses: University City, Normandy, and Webster Groves. Check out the variety of ways people from the Salem community serve at Epworth.
How can I get involved at Epworth?
There are a variety of ways to get involved ranging from one-time service to longer-term opportunities. All volunteers must be 21 yrs and older. A wide range of service opportunities is available both interacting with youth and also behind the scenes options.
|INTEREST: These are single event service opportunities at Epworth for volunteers 21 years and older.
Salem Serve Days at Epworth
|INVOLVEMENT: These are regular service opportunities for volunteers 21 yrs and older, and may be done individually or with other volunteers.
Weekly Lunch Preparation (Normandy Drop-In Ctr)
|INVESTMENT: These are service opportunities for volunteers desiring to build a longer-term helping relationship with Epworth youth or the organization. They are available at both campuses for volunteers 21 yrs and older. [Background checks may be required.]
Tutor (1 to 3 months)
Where can I get more information?
To learn more about the ways you can get involved or to receive more information about Epworth please call Lynne Cannon (314) 580-5557, the office (314) 991-0546, or visit www.salemstlouis.com.