Current Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunity

Days & Hours Needed

Job Description


Discovery Team:
Interview Clients for Assessment

1 or more shifts per week,
Mon-Thurs 8:30 until 11:30 am or Tues&Wed
1:30-3:30 pm

Interview clients for assessment of needs. Meet with Director of Intacke to discuss and refer clients. Enter client data into Charity Tracker Software.

Must enjoy working with clients, compassionate and detailed oriented. Basic computer skills. Software is a basic data entry system. Training is provided.

Office Assistant WACS

A few hours M-Th 8-4 and Fridays 8-2

Greet those who come to the door, answer the phone as needed, make sure the WACS cottage is neat and orderly and stocked.

Must enjoy working with others, friendly, have the ability to get up and down frequently and flexible.

Community Connections

Once a month

Pick up food package for designated clients and deliver once a month.

Must have transportation, be reliable and friendly.

Pick up and Delivery Drivers

Saturday Mornings approximately

9-11 am

Pick up items at local grocery store. Deliver and unload items at Food Pantry.

Must be 18 years olds and have a valid SC driver’s license. May use personal vehicle or AIM van. Must Physically be able to assist in loading and unloading of items.

Handyman Flexible HoursM-T 8-4 and F 8-2

General Handyman Duties:



general repairs.

Must be 18 years old. Basic construction/home maintenance skills.

Tax/Benefit Bank Counselors

A few hours M-F 8-4 throughout the tax season. Appointments are scheduled.

The Benefit Bank is a web based program that helps low income people gain access to resources that they are eligible, but for whatever reason, are not receiving. Taxes are prepared through the Benefit Bank.

It is a great opportunity to work one-on-one with clients. Volunteers interested in becoming a Tax/ Benefit Bank counselor must be willing to participate in a two-day training in Anderson. Proficiency with computers is a must.

Volunteer Coordinator

Part Time
20 hours per week

Responsible for coordinating AIM volunteers, scheduling the individuals in departments and tracking their hours and data for reporting.

Bachelors level degree from an accredited college, excellent written and oral communications skills, knowledge of non-profit industry, leadership and organizational skills, ability to perform in a self-directed manner, ability to interact effectively, both internally and externally to Anderson Interfaith Ministries, with people who are diverse in skills, cultures, and authority levels, interests, backgrounds, and economic status, to get tasks accomplished, knowledge of Microsoft Office, able to work successfully with varied groups of people.

Volunteer Assistant Flexible

Hours M-T 8-4 and F 8-2

Assist with birthday cards, contacting possible volunteers and explaining opportunities, filing, other general office duties

Must be detail-oriented and organized.Excellent phone skills

General Pantry Help

1 or more mornings per week. 8:30 until 11am

Help counting, sorting, and bagging food packages.

Must be able to lift food packages.

Babysitters Some Saturday mornings and occasional evenings Babysit the children of WACS participants during Life Skills classes and other events

Great with children, patient, SLED check

Mechanics As needed Mechanic to help with small repairs on WACS participants cars experience repairing motor vehicles
Landscapers Bi-weekly Landcaper to help maintain property must be 18 years old