DIY Volunteer Projects

"DIY" (Do It Yourself) Volunteer Projects are a great way to creatively help out our nonprofit partners.

From the comfort of your own home, take a look at the ways you can make a real difference!

 DIY Volunteer Projects 

DIY Volunteer Projects from Affordable Homes & Communities (AHC)

Affordable Homes & Communities (AHC) has several great DIY projects to support residents in affordable housing:
Make holiday gift bags for senior citizens living in AHC properties, or for teens participating in educational programs.
Make snack bags with healthy, non-perishable snacks for students in weekly tutoring sessions.

DIY Volunteer Project: Food Drive for AFAC

Organize a food drive with your neighbors, friends, or group. Learn more here.

DIY Volunteer Project from APAH: Welcome Baskets for New Residents

APAH welcomes groups and individuals to donate baskets for neighbors moving into our newest community at Queens Court in Rosslyn!
We are looking for complete baskets to be donated, and for items to fit into the laundry basket. Learn more here.

DIY Volunteer Projects from PathForward:

Participate in the Homeless Bagged Meal Program by preparing enough meals to serve 50 people and dropping them off at PathForward.
When one of PathForward's clients moves into a new home (yay!!), PathForward provides a House Warming Gift Basket you can make at home!

DIY Volunteer Projects from AWLA:

Create Dog and Cat Enrichment Kits! Animal Welfare League of Arlington (AWLA) supports both ends of the leash - animals that need homes and animals that have homes.
Cat and dog enrichment kits help shelter animals and owned pets stay safe, healthy, and happy.

Click HERE to learn how you can create dog and cat enrichment kits.

DIY Volunteer Projects from Bridges to Independence:

Bridges to Independence has several DIY opportunities to support families experiencing homelessness.

Become a Hoilday Helper!
Thank You Cards & Gift Bags

DIY Volunteer Projects from CRi:

CRi helps residents with mental health needs and/or developmental disabilities live their lives with purpose, actively engaged in communities of their engaged in communities of their choosing. Try one of these DIY projects to engage and help residents.

Sensory Bean Bags
Recreational Corn Hole
Kindness Cards