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LCBDD Volunteer Services
LCBDD Volunteer Services
LCBDD Volunteer Services
LCBDD Volunteer Services

Volunteer services enrich the lives of the individuals we serve and foster community awareness regarding developmental disabilities. We’ve seen firsthand how volunteer participation in activities can have a positive impact on individuals with developmental disabilities, our staff, our community and the volunteers themselves.

No matter your age or interest, we are sure to have an opportunity for you to get involved—and we are open to hearing new ideas!

The Friendship Connection is a one-on-one program in which a volunteer is matched with an individual served by the County Board. The volunteer develops a relationship with the person and enjoys visiting with them and doing activities on a periodic basis.

General volunteer opportunities also exist for those who want to volunteer but cannot make a routine commitment. A variety of choices are available to match volunteers and individuals with development disabilities in a variety of fun and enriching activities, whether in a group or one-on-one setting, such as:

  • Crafting & painting
  • Playing a sport
  • Dancing & singing
  • Visiting therapy dogs
  • Book club
  • Recreational outings
  • Special Olympics
  • Broadmoor School activities
  • Special events

NOTE: Due to COVID-19 guidelines, volunteer opportunities are limited at this time.

For additional information, call (440) 350-5173 or email

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