My Brother's Keeper currently has volunteer opportunities Monday - Friday. If you are interested in volunteering in Easton please contact our office at (508) 238-7512. Thank you!


At My Brother’s Keeper, we view service as a privilege and a joy, not an obligation. When families trust us in their time of need, they give us a beautiful gift: the humble acceptance of our help.

More than 5,000 volunteers of all ages and backgrounds come to My Brother’s Keeper each year to experience this privilege of service. What our volunteers receive in return is life-changing: a profound appreciation for the blessings they have and a sense of fulfillment that comes from helping others in Christ’s name.

We also have a special emphasis on student-volunteering because today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders. About 1,500 students from 100 schools volunteer at My Brother's Keeper each year.



Dartmouth: (774) 305–4577

Easton: (508) 238–7512


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Volunteer Opportunities

Furniture Program

  • furniture pickups & deliveries (with our staff)
  • clean furniture and appliances
  • carpentry / light furniture repair
  • test electrical items
  • sort household items and linens
  • assemble boxsprings, including cutting fabric & sewing

Food Program

  • make food deliveries
  • pack food boxes
  • pack fresh produce, dairy, and personal hygiene bags
  • pick up food from the Greater Boston Food Bank and other donors

Christmas Program

  • make Christmas deliveries
  • select & wrap Christmas gifts
  • assemble Christmas gift baskets
  • prepare meals for volunteers

General Volunteering

  • administrative help
  • building maintenance
  • help with special events
  • And many more!
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Here’s why some of our volunteers enjoy helping at My Brother’s Keeper

“I like the other volunteers. They’re all different ages and from all different backgrounds.”
“It’s very direct and personal. I like meeting the people we serve and seeing their gratitude, especially when we give them the crucifix.”
“I always feel welcome at My Brother’s Keeper. It feels like a family and I’m a part of it.”

“It’s flexible. My volunteer schedule can change as my life changes.”
“I always feel good when I leave, like I really made a difference.”

Other Ways to Help

Not everyone has the time or the ability to come to My Brother’s Keeper to volunteer. Many supporters have found other creative ways, though, to be a part of our work.

Here are a few examples:

  • Collect linens & household items through your church
  • Help your kids organize a neighborhood food drive
  • Donate personal hygiene products
  • Become a monthly donor
  • Offer your professional services
  • Apply for a grant from your employer’s corporate foundation
  • Request donations to My Brother’s Keeper in lieu of flowers or gifts
  • Participate in our events
  • Sponsor a family in need of gifts at Christmas
  • Knit hats & scarves as gift for our Christmas program
  • Tell others about our work
  • Pray for the success of My Brother’s Keeper