You can help accomplish the mission of Cornerstone Services by volunteering, attending a event, joining a group, or donating. read below for more information.
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NOTE: Due to Covid-19, we are currently not accepting volunteers. Please check back regularly to find out when volunteer opportunities resume. Thank you so much for your interest in supporting Cornerstone.
Some ideas of ways you can help are listed below.
If you have questions or are ready to contact us, use the form at the bottom of this page or give us a call at the number listed below.
Art Studio Hands-on Helper
Do you have an artistic flair and a caring heart? Put your talents to great use by working one on one with disabled adults as they seek to express themselves and create original artwork. Cornerstone’s Art Studio program is thriving and individual helpers would be so beneficial and much appreciated. Volunteer opportunities run Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 and 3, shift length is up to you!
Sew, Sew, Sew…Do You Love To Sew?
Seamstress(es) or Tailors wanted! to sew fancy, sparkly, new aprons for our holiday fundraiser, The CEO Champagne Luncheon. Help finding just the right pattern would also be appreciated. Material will be provided. 40 adjustable size aprons are needed, so this may be a good group project!
Cornerstone Friends and Family Group
Do you have a son or daughter–or a brother or sister–who receives services at Cornerstone? Would you like to learn more about the agency and various resources available? Perhaps you have questions about state and federal benefits, or better ways to ensure your loved one has financial security in the years to come.
The Parents and Family Group is an opportunity for family members and guardians to engage with the agency, learn about important issues and events, and socialize with other families. Meetings are usually held four times a year. To find out about the next meeting, contact Cornerstone at 815.741.7602.
Volunteer Request Form
Submit the form below to sign up.
Additional Volunteering Options
Senior Ladies’ Craft Leader
Facilitate arts and crafts with senior women. Latch hooking and jewelry making skills would be especially appreciated.
Arts and Crafts Volunteer
Prepare materials for craft projects for adults and work with consumers on craft projects.
Historical Storyteller Volunteer
Entertain adults with disabilities with accounts of historical events, reminiscing of the past (i.e. how things used to be done, how foods were prepared, etc.)
Leisure Time Activities Helper
Lead a bingo tournament (or other game), read a story, help with money-counting skills, telling time, or other activities as needed.
Share your life knowledge with others! A personal story, interesting job experience, slideshow of a memorable vacation . . . it’s up to you!
Help adults with disabilities (most with academic levels below 4th grade) improve basic reading and math skills under the direction of an instructor.
Mobility Training Assist clients in learning to use walkers/wheelchairs/canes more effectively and safely.
Share your musical talent. Lead adults with disabilities in age-appropriate tunes. Introduce individuals to various musical instruments. Entertain groups with live music or conduct a sing-along.
Senior Day Program Assistant
Our day program for senior citizens with developmental disabilities is in need of caring individuals to share their time.
The Cornerstone Jaguars participate in sports for every season of the year. Helpers are welcomed for our practice sessions. We’d also appreciate help for activities such as Bingo, group games, crafts, exercise nights. One of the few evening volunteer opportunities; days of the week vary.