Directly with Clients:
Bridge Class Instructor - Teach a class to Bridge clients on topics related to pregnancy, parenting, health and well-being, or life skills. Must have received formal study and/or training to teach class.
Bridge Mentor (male and female) - Provide one-on-one mentoring, education and community resources to support our Bridge clients.
High School Pregnancy Group Leader – Present special topics at already-established support groups for pregnant/parenting students at local MNPS High Schools.
Meals to Moms - Purchase a meal and deliver to a new mom and her family.
Medical (Administrative, NPs, RNs, Sonographers) - Must have background in medicine and be certified/licensed to volunteer in the medical side of our ministry.
New Moms’ Group Leader – Attend/lead bi-weekly support groups and discussions based on clients’ needs, interest and direction from Pregnancy Services Manager.
Phone Counselor - Answer initial client calls, provide support/explanation of our services, transfer calls to the appropriate staff member, make appointment reminder calls, and call clients to check-in with them.
Prevention Speaker (male and female) - Present evidence-based abstinence and healthy decisions curriculum and facilitate group discussions to junior high and high school students.
Spanish Interpreter - Assist staff members in caring for our Spanish-speaking clients, including translating written materials and interpreting for appointments, groups and Bridge classes. Must be fluent in Spanish and English.
Behind the Scenes (male and female):
Bridge Childcare - Provide childcare for our clients as they attend Bridge Classes.
Clothing Room - Assist in maintaining the appearance of the clothing room. Organize storage area, sort through donations, and place items in clothing room so that clients will have a variety of items to choose from when shopping. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, volunteers will also assist our Bridge clients in shopping for baby and maternity items.
Community Liaison - Represent Hope Clinic at local church, community and health fairs across the greater Nashville area.
Events (committee member, event-day volunteer) - Assist with planning/conducting of a fundraising event by managing or assisting with one of the following areas: marketing/PR, decorations, soliciting donations, event logistics, set-up/tear down.
Mother's Day & Thanksgiving Celebration - Plan and conduct a celebration for our clients on these holidays by decorating, cooking/serving food, gather gift donations, etc. with assistance from staff as needed.
Office Work - Assist with basic administrative duties, including but not limited to Quickbooks, data entry, mailings, graphic design, web design, photography, and PR.
Prayer Team - Pray (onsite or off-site) over ongoing Hope Clinic needs and client, staff, and volunteer prayer requests found in the Prayer Notebook/Monthly Prayer Requests spreadsheet.
Properties/IT - Assist our Business Director with tasks concerning IT support and properties management.
All volunteer opportunities are during business hours only, unless otherwise specified.
If you have questions about volunteering, please contact Megan snell at
email@example.com or call 615.627.2790
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Volunteers play an essential role to our programs and services and without the interest and dedication of individuals like yourself, we would not be able to offer many of our services. Our volunteer opportunities are great for individuals AND small groups (individual, church or business)! Often volunteers are the first people to connect with our clients and the impact you have on their life is best said by them:
“I called a number of places, but came here because the person on the phone really cared about me.”
“I was offered a genuinely kind ear, necessities for my daughter, a free ultrasound, and free parenting classes. I received phone calls weekly just to ask how my day was.”
“Since the first meeting with Hope Clinic, my life has changed. They made me feel that I belong to the Hope Clinic family.”