How to apply:

We ask each volunteer or intern to begin by filling out a volunteer packet including:

  • Packets may be e-mailed, faxed, dropped off, or postal mailed to Volunteer Coordinator: Danielle Garrett ​
  •  Volunteers must be at least 18 unless otherwise approved, and pass CPS and criminal background checks, followed by an in-person interview and group training
  • Volunteers must not be former clients or associated with a Harold's House case in the past 2 years.

Ways you can volunteer:

 Looking for a meaningful way to get involved that's also flexible enough to meet your schedule? We offer a number of ways you can help change the life of a child at Harold's House.


  • Family Greeter - Hospitality welcoming children and non-offending family members. Comforting, supporting and interacting, providing supervision in a confidential setting for children while they receive services, including counseling and as play therapy support for our counselors.  Locations available in Angelina or Nacogdoches County.Must be available between the times of 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.​
  • Food Prep Committee - Shopping, delivering, and preparing meals or snacks for Multidisciplinary Team and other meetings with our partner agencies. Food is donated by area businesses or paid for by Harold's House. Hours vary weekdays 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Locations available in Angelina, Nacogdoches, or Sabine County.
  • Creative Options - If there's something you enjoy, like scrapbooking, painting, drawing, organizing, etc., please consider donating your talent to Harold's House. We appreciate the time and unique skills of all our volunteers. We understand that not ever person interested in volunteering has the time or ability to commit to weekday hours, and might like to work on a weekend or evening. Time and locations are flexible.