Volunteers of America is a church without walls
We are dedicated to serving and uplifting all people. For over 125 years, Volunteers of America has provided essential life-changing services to heal both the body and soul of our neighbors in need. In addition to being one of the largest national human services organizations, Volunteers of America is an interdenominational church — a church with a distinctive ministry of service.
We show and share God's love by maintaining high ethical standards in all matters both personal and professional as we serve one another through the demonstration of our values.
We’re proud of our history of ministry of service. Volunteers of America was established by Christian social reformers Ballington and Maud Booth, who focused on a comprehensive approach to ministering to the "whole person" — to an individual's physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Our ministry of service today provides the tools to help all individuals rebuild their lives and get a fresh start. Working together with the help of our committed employees, board members and volunteers, we can achieve our mission and help our community thrive.