An Open Letter to LIFT Volunteers
Your commitment to LIFT is more impactful than you know.
We work hard every day to reach new heights, and we can't do it without your support. You are the wind in our sails, and we are so grateful for everything you do for us.
The last few years have been challenging for so many, but your dedication to us has been unwavering. We admire your hard work and know that the impact you have on our mission is invaluable. As long as there is work to be done, we hope you will continue to help us achieve great things, no matter what challenges lay ahead. From the bottom of our hearts—thank you for doing all that you do!
"LIFT does not comprise a large staff of people doing the work. We have always seen our volunteers as an essential extension of our team. And especially for our teens, every team member makes an impact. The moment you put on that LIFT t-shirt, they see you as a supportive adult cheering them on." - Audrey Sharp, Associate Director
We just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all the hard work that you do for us! We know that it can be a long journey from reaching out to volunteering with our teens, but we could not do what we do without you.
We are so grateful for the incredible people who have contributed their time and energy to ensuring our students get what they need. You may volunteer with the youth programs, help with events, or be there to make snack runs and no matter how you help, your dedication is what keeps us going.
Thank you again, and stay tuned for more information about upcoming events!
The LIFT Team & LIFT Teens
Thank you for taking the time to read this information about volunteering! If you have any questions or would like to discuss other options for getting involved, don't hesitate to contact us via this link.
We'll be happy to talk with you about how you can help further our mission and support the community we care about so much.
Thank you to volunteers across the globe for donating their time and energy to making this world a better place for all humans.