For nearly six decades, the Inland Northwest Community has rallied in support of the Morning Star Mission and have shown that support through a sharing of their time and talent as volunteers. From mentoring Ranch residents in life and professional skills, to helping kids with their homework, to volunteering around the campus to make life a bit nicer for these children, no gift of time is too small.
Mentors are adults in the community that want to spend time helping a boy in need by spending time with them, teaching them life skills in a positive and forward looking, and being a role model.
Helping our boys improve academically is key a component of our success matrices here at Morning Star. Tutors contribute significantly to the success.
The Ranch campus always has improvement projects going on and we are always looking for people willing to help out. Whether it helping to paint walls, to helping with the horses and other outdoor projects, we can keep you active.
Have a special skill?
Let us know what your passion is, there may be a fit for you here at Morning Star. We are always interested in speaking with people who have a special talent they are wiling to share. Music, art, crafts, cultural programs, we want to speak with you.
For more information about how you can help as a volunteer, please call Ryan Rodriguez at (509) 448-1202, ext 220.