Volunteering can be tremendously rewarding. It can allow for insight on how the LGBTQIA+ community ls living, it can be a way to learn about the many different programs and organizations that serve our family and community from big cities to small towns. It can be a way to give back and help the next person who is coming into their own.
The LGBT National Help Center has several different types of volunteer positions for different types of volunteering.
Because we are a national organization our volunteer positions are all remote. Most are positions that require internet access and some require having a quiet and private space.
All positions require potential volunteers to be 18 years of age or older.
Our national peer support hotlines are run by dedicated LGBTQIA+ volunteers who answer calls and online chat remotely, providing vital peer support on topics such as questions on sexuality and/or gender identity, issues of coming out, relationships, concerns on bullying and discrimination, suicide, self harm and much more. If you are interested in volunteering as a peer support volunteer please click below.
Our youth chat rooms are run by trained LGBTQIA+ moderators to help lead discussions, provide information and support to youth in our chatrooms that run throughout the week. If you are interested in being a chatroom moderator please click below.
Social media volunteers help us get the word out on the work we do, help review books, movies and other media that can be used to help better connect the community. If you are interested in being a social media volunteer please click below.