We Value our Volunteers
The work of the Autism Society Inland Empire has been done by volunteers since we started – 30 years ago. We couldn’t accomplish this important work without our valuable volunteers. From assisting at special events, to coordinating programs, to updating our resources, we rely on volunteers each year to achieve our mission.
Working with Children & Adults with Autism
Volunteers who work directly with our population and not in the company of a board member will be evaluated by background screening.
Whether you have a few hours once a year, once a month, or once a week – we have volunteer opportunities for you! Check out the opportunities below, and complete the online Volunteer Application. Our Volunteer Coordinator will get back with you shortly.
Autism Society Inland Empire Holiday Party – A FROZEN Wondeland
Some people are worth melting for….
Our Holiday Planning Committee meets on the third Thursday of the month during our Indoor Play Nights at Just Play Indoor Adventure in Fontana from 6:30-8:30pm.
Day of the Event. We need lots of volunteers to help with set up, crafts, games, registration, food, helping the resource vendors and sponsors, cleanup and more! We welcome large groups, schools, scouts and families with children 13 and older. Everyone in the group must complete the application and waiver below. Volunteers will start at 1pm and finish at 5pm. The event runs from 1:30-4:30pm.
Questions, contact email@example.com or call 951.220.6922. You must complete the volunteer application by Nov 15th to be able to volunteer for this event. Thank you for making a difference in our community!
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers are needed once a month from 6:30-8:30 to help supervise children at Just Play Indoor Adventures. Must love children and be willing to be on trampolines.
Spend a few hours a month contacting untapped supporters, inspiring and educating them to the needs of the Autism Society Inland Empire as well as providing new insights to current fundraisers.
Holiday Party Planning Committee
Committee meets once a month starting in Aug – Nov to develop theme, ideas for Annual ASIE Holiday Party.
Social Club Facilitators
There is a huge need for facilitators to assist in the development of classes and monthly events for teens and adults with autism. Events may include Movie Club and Walking Club. Classes may include those on Self Advocacy and Relationships.
Updating Resource Guide
ASIE currently has over 700 resources which are constantly changing. We are looking for inidviduals who can make phone calls, research on the internet and update the computer database.