Volunteer Opportunities

Want to Get Involved?

It takes an army of volunteers to accomplish the mission of Hearts for Homes.  If you are looking for a meaningful way to engage in improving the lives of low-income senior homeowners in Denton County, we could use your time and talents in a variety of ways.  Complete a Volunteer Application to be added to our database and get notifications of upcoming volunteer needs.

  • Volunteer on home repair projects.
  • Provide lunch for work days.
  • Donate funds or gift cards to Lowes or Home Depot to support purchase of building materials.
  • Adopt an entire project.
  • Lend a hand in the office.
  • Promote Hearts for Homes mission and needs with your church.
  • Host a fundraiser for us with your business, church, civic organization or school.
  • Link Hearts for Homes information to your website or on social media.
  • Take the $25 Challenge pledging $25 per month in support of Hearts for Homes.
  • Join the Prayer Team to intercede for Hearts for Homes and our sweet seniors.
  • Join a committee.


All committees ask for a minimum one-year commitment.

Case Management Committee 

  • Responsible for screening and interviewing homeowner applicants
  • Meet on a monthly basis to review and approved homeowner applications to forward to Project Management Committee
  • Maintain contact with homeowers before, during and after project completion
  • Invite homeowners to Heartbeat Testimonial Dinner
  • Responsible for Christmas Baskets for homeowners
    • Solicit donations
    • Organize basket assembly and delivery

Finance Committee

  • Develop and recommend all financial and accounting policies and procedures
  • Prepare and recommend annual budget
  • Monitor implementation of the budget
  • Oversee all financial aspects of the organization

Project Management Committee

  • Investigate and assign priority for repairs needed on approved applications
  • Prepare budget and volunteer needs for all planned projects
  • Plan & schedule all homeowner projects
  • Prepare and implement Safety Program
  • Secure building permits as required
  • Maintain materials inventory and purchase materials as needed
  • Purchase and maintain equipment including trucks, trailers and tools
  • Assign Project Supervisor and monitor activities including reporting to Executive Committee
  • Oversee Warehouse Management and materials inventory

Resource Development Committee

Marketing, Fundraising, and Public Relations Sub-Committee –

  • Develop and implement marketing program
  • Control all print and social media
  • Responsible for all facets of fundraising
  • Solicit donors, volunteers and contributors
  • Grant research and writing
  • Responsible for Special Events
    • Heartbeat Testimonial Dinner (June 12, 2016)
    • North Texas Giving Day (September 22, 2016)
    • Annual Charity Golf Tournament (October 10, 2016)

Volunteer Coordination & Human Relations Sub-Committee

  • Recruit, organize, train and assign volunteers
  • Coordinate with Project Management Committee to supply volunteers for work days
  • Establish personnel handbook and guidelines and present to the Executive Committee
  • Conduct background checks on volunteers and employees as directed by Executive Committee

Interested? Fill out out the Volunteer Application today! Or contact Susan Frank.