Individual Volunteers

Over the Edge

On February 26th, 2022 we will be hosting our Over The Edge event at the DoubleTree Galleria. This is a fun and unique event and a great way to support The Women’s Home. Participants will rappel down the 26-story building to raise funds for our organization. We need about 15 volunteers who are willing to be trained to help with the rappelling.

We will have volunteer training at the DoubleTree Galleria on Friday, February 25th from 3-6pm and the event will take place on Saturday, February 26th from 7am-5pm. Lunch, t-shirts, and lots of fun will be provided!

Here is a short video about what to expect.

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Lend a helping hand at The Cottage Shop

Do you have an eye for fashion? Do you enjoy sorting, organizing or labeling? We could always use a helping hand from dedicated volunteers in our Cottage Shop! The Cottage Shop is a resale boutique owned and operated by The Women’s Home. The Shop serves as a crucial part of our treatment program as our vocational training site that provides women with employable skills such as merchandising, customer service, etc. As a Cottage Shop volunteer, you will help process the large volume of donated items we receive daily and assist customers on the shop floor. Our volunteers provide support by helping us sort, organize and label the clothing donations we receive. To learn more about becoming a Shop volunteer, please contact our Volunteer and Collaborations Coordinator, Jenna Jackson at 713-328-1964 or

Not ready to commit just yet?
If you’re interested in trying out a shift, we offer drop-in volunteer hours on Thursday mornings from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Simply call our Cottage Shop Manager, Cheri Burleson at 713-328-1957, and let her know that you are interested in stopping by during drop-in hours. If you like the work, we can help you apply for a more permanent placement as a Shop volunteer. We look forward to working with you!



Hold a supply drive for clothing, food or school supplies

Individuals are welcomed and encouraged to host food or school supply drives to help us meet the needs of the residents at our Spring Branch campuses. We always need non-perishable food, diapers, school supplies and cleaning supplies.

                                                                                                           Be a holiday host

Holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, and Mother’s Day can be difficult for our clients and residents, so we try to create as many fun, positive experiences as we can at these times. This is a great opportunity for groups to host a holiday social, game night, or other engaging activity.

Provide a meal for our clients

Provide a meal for our clients (approximately 50)

Inventory Volunteer at The Barbara Bush Children’s Library

The Inventory Volunteer will help to set-up the newly completed Barbara Bush Children’s Library at the Mabee WholeLife Service Center by scanning all the books’ barcodes into the library database. This is a one-time project that can be completed over multiple shifts. Training will be provided.

Library Attendant Volunteer at The Barbara Bush Children’s Library

The Library Volunteer assists in the organization and upkeep of the Barbara Bush Children’s Library, located inside the Mabee WholeLife Service Center. Duties include recording book loans, re-shelving books, organizing the library and greeting and assisting guests. Preferred commitment of 1-2 shifts per week for about 3-4 hours.

Stewardship Committee Volunteer

Each month our stewardship volunteers meet to write notes of appreciation to donors and community supporters of The Women’s Home. We provide all the supplies, as well as a template for what to write in the cards. This is a flexible once-monthly volunteer opportunity that can be done onsite or remotely.


Skilled Volunteers


Zumba/Fitness Instructor

Are you a certified group fitness professional who is passionate about exercise and giving back to your community? Then we would love to hear from you! The Women’s Home is looking for volunteer instructors to lead small group exercise classes. Different styles of exercise programs are encouraged i.e. Zumba, yoga, low impact aerobics, Tai Chi etc. Commitment is 1-2 hours per week with flexible scheduling.

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