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Golden Triangle RSVP Volunteer Stations and Volunteer Opportunities

The volunteer stations and volunteer duties listed are the current needs of the Golden Triangle RSVP.  If you see something that interests you, be sure to call and find out more.
Serving Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, and Orange Counties. 

American Cancer Society –Volunteers are needed to serve as “Community Outreach” at area cancer centers and Reach to Recovery Mentoring.  Reach to Recovery Program mentors newly diagnosed cancer patients.

American Red Cross – Volunteers provide food and assist with shelter.    Volunteers offer comfort and assist with helping families affected by major disasters such as fire, hurricanes and tornadoes.

Area Agency on Aging – Volunteers serve as Ombudsman in area nursing homes and assisted living facilities.

Baptist Hospital of Southeast Texas –Volunteers assist in Day Surgery, Escort, Giftshop, ICU Surgery Desk, Information Desk, Pharmacy Assistant, and Popcorn/candy cart.

Beaumont Community Players –Serve as ushers, assist with concessions

Beaumont Police Department –Phone calls are made daily to homebound elderly to check on their welfare.

Beaumont Independent School District –Tutors and ROAR (Reach Out and Read Program) in area elementary schools.

Beaumont Public Library-Literacy Program –Tutoring adults in ESL (English as a Second Language) and High SchoolEquivalency that will lead them into economic growth.

Buna Public Library Assist with shelving books, processing books, and fundraising. 

Catholic CharitiesVITA(Volunteer Income Tax Assistance). Volunteers prepare tax returns for low to moderate individuals and families.  Food preparation and food service at the Hospitality Center, soup kitchen in PortArthur, Market to Hope, serve as market assistant.  Volunteers also serve as Group Facilitator for Elijah’s Place.

Christus Hospital – St.Elizabeth Volunteers assist as Escort, in Giftshop, Information Desk, Surgery Waiting Room

Christus Jasper Memorial Hospital – Volunteers assist as Escort, Greeter and Gift Shop.

Garth House Assist new mothers with taking care of their new- born baby by giving out information on Shaken Baby Syndrome, SIDS, SafeSleep and Post-Partum Depression.

Giving FieldPlant, weed, water, and harvest plants at local community garden which supports areasoup kitchens.

Harvest Compassion Center – Volunteers assist with packing and food distribution to clients.


Henry’s Place – Putting out milk, juice, cereal, signing clients in at day center for the homeless.  Assist at registration and hygiene desk.

Jefferson County Long Term Recovery GroupVolunteers are needed to assemble packets, help at community events and assist public with ISTAT (Individual State of Texas Assessment Tool).

Kirbyville Christian Outreach Assist with food distribution, help in the clothing store and interview clients for assistance with rent and utilities.

Kountze Nursing Center – Friendly visitors are needed, assist with games and activities.

Lakeside Center –Distribute health related materials to nursing home and assisted living residents that will enable them to make better decisions about their healthcare. These volunteers are members of the choir at the Center.

Nutrition and Services for Seniors – Help in the community garden by planting, weeding, water and harvesting plants and delivering meals on wheels to our local citizens who are homebound elderly or disabled.

Orange Christian Services -Help in the community garden by planting, weeding, water and harvesting plants.  Interview clients and assist in food pantry and clothing area.

Orange Community Action Association – Back up drivers needed to deliver meals on wheels to our local citizens who are homebound elderly or disabled,  Kitchen help needed Monday – Friday, 7am to 1pm, duties include cooking, cleaning, must be able to lift certain items.

RSVP– Special projects and special events.

Some Other Place –Help prepare & serve a hot cooked meal for homeless residents in our community, deliver meals to our local citizens who are homebound elderly or disabled; serve in food pantry and clothing area and interview clients.

Southeast Texas Food Bank –Help to feed our community by sorting food and non-food items. Distribute school supplies to teachers in “School Tools”.

Southeast Texas Hospice –Volunteers are needed to serve in respite capacity, going into patient’s homes and giving the caregiver a needed break. Training and background check provided by Southeast Texas Hospice, TBskin test is also required.  Patients are located in Jefferson and Orange Counties.

Southeast Veterans Service Group – Serving at area funerals of veterans by participating in honor detail.

UnitedBoard of Missions –Delivering meals on wheels to our local citizens who are homebound elderly or disabled; assist in food pantry, clothing mission and interview clients.

Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinic –Provide snacks for veterans, provide vital medications for veterans in the pharmacy and help transport veterans to urgent doctor appointments in Houston.  Volunteers are needed to make phone calls to patients regarding next day appointments. “Red Coat” Ambassadors are needed to greet at the Clinic to thoseentering the building. 


To learn more, email Penny Pearson, Volunteer Coordinator, (409) 899-8444, Ext 6402, at or print, complete and mail in a Volunteer Registration Form.

For a list of Volunteer sites in Spanish, Click here. To download the Volunteer Registration form in Spanish, Click here.