Volunteers

Make a Difference as a Jubilee Volunteer!

Volunteers are a vital part of the Jubilee family, we’d love to have you join us! Jubilee provides volunteer opportunities to fit your schedule and interests as together we enrich the lives of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. You can volunteer for a one-time event, one-on-one with a person we support, and even help out at our office with administrative work.

Fill out the form below to make a difference as a volunteer!

One Time Volunteer Projects

  • Variety show – Help out behind the scenes on Saturday, February 24 as stage crew, hair and makeup, and greeters. Great opportunity for a group volunteer project!  
  • Valentine Dance – Lend a hand at our Valentine Dance on February 17 where friendship blooms. Great opportunity for a group volunteer project! 

Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

  • Pizza with friends – Enjoy a pizza dinner (it’s on us!) while getting to know people supported by Jubilee.  
  • Swimming – Splash in an indoor pool with your new Jubilee friends eager to get in the water.  
  • Game night – Join our monthly game night and play board games at our Kensington headquarters. 

Finding Friendship Through Volunteering

As shared by Ben Apt. Featured right to left in photo with Steve Brent.

I was looking to do something meaningful when I moved to D.C. after law school. A friend connected me with Jubilee about volunteer opportunities.

Jubilee told me they might have a good opportunity for me to connect with someone who shared my love of the outdoors. That’s how I met Steve. I liked that they worked to make a match they thought would last. And they were right.

Steve and I have been in each other’s lives for more than a decade now. Our friendship grew naturally as we went on bike rides, to the county fair, and bowling. The D.C. auto show and horse show are annual highlights for us.

At this point, our families know each other, and Steve’s parents and siblings are so welcoming to me and my wife. When I first met Steve’s parents, they said to me, ‘you seem like a person who is going to stick.’ And I guess I’ve stuck.

The most moving part of our relationship for me is the long phone calls we have. We talk about everything. Worries, achievements, and everything in between. It’s been a real joy seeing Steve grow and mature in his personal and professional relationships over the years.

It’s my privilege to be his friend.

Learn how your friendship can make a difference to a person supported by Jubilee. Contact Britni Rose at brose@jubileemd.org.

Help make the world a more welcoming and inclusive place by volunteering with Jubilee. Jubilee welcomes volunteers from high school students to seniors. SSL hours offered for students. Group project ideas from scouts, religious, and service organizations welcome. Read more volunteer stories on the Meet Our Family webpage.

Fill out the form, or contact Britni Rose at volunteer@jubileemd.org to learn more about all volunteer opportunities with Jubilee.