The renovation and opening of Tree House: A Place for Families was made possible by the generous support of numerous donors, as well as through funds raised through Mary Bridge Festival of Trees.
Family housing requires ongoing support for maintenance and upkeep, to ensure that families are staying in clean, comfortable, safe spaces. Your donations to Tree House provide support for:
Volunteers are essential to keeping Tree House running smoothly. Most importantly, volunteers provide a warm welcome to families who are physically and emotionally exhausted.
There are a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for both individuals and groups at Tree House. Some example of things individual volunteers can do are: answer phones, check in families, orient new families to the facility, be a kitchen supervisor, re-stock the pantry, assist families in the Resource Room, play with children in the playroom and much more.
Groups can do things like cook a meal for our Family Meal program, conduct a food drive for the pantry, conduct a necessities drive for sample-size toiletries or host a movie night for the families. If you are willing to share your time and talents we will find the perfect spot for you to volunteer.
Please read the Tree House Meal Program Information before filling out this application.
The Family Meal Program offers groups of volunteers the opportunity to extend needed support to these families by providing and preparing a meal.
Windermere Professional Partners became the first community group to cook dinner for families staying at Tree House. Nine volunteers made lasagna, salad and dessert for the families staying at Tree House. Windermere wanted to be the first group to volunteer at the Tree House as it is a cause very close to their hearts.
Check the Tree House registry at Target to view the current needs at Tree House.
The registry represents the types of donations needed at Tree House — no need to find the exact color, brand, etc. listed.