Volunteers make a tremendous difference at Pisgah Legal Services. Your contributions of time and talent help us serve more people.
Want to Get Involved?
If you’d like to explore volunteer opportunities at Pisgah Legal Services, please complete our Community Volunteer Application (Note: the application can be completed directly in the PDF, saved, and then submitted.) or contact the following Pisgah Legal staff:
- In Buncombe, Madison, Polk, and Rutherford counties, contact: Beth Herrman, PLS Volunteer Coordinator by email or call 828-210-3787.
- In Henderson and Transylvania Counties, contact: Rhonda Brown, by email or call 828-407-4496.
- In Macon and Jackson Counties, contact: Megan Quattlebaum by email or 828-575-1353
Current Volunteer Roles
Remote Work Volunteers: Volunteers needed to work remotely, calling to help find affordable housing for some of our clients. Volunteers would need only a working phone, willingness to attend a brief training session and willingness to gather information about available rentals in the area. Please contact Rhonda Brown, by email at [email protected] or call 828-407-4496.
Front Desk Volunteers (Asheville, Hendersonville): This is our top volunteer need! We are seeking volunteers to help at our reception desks in Asheville and Hendersonville. In Asheville our greatest need is Monday – Friday from 11am – 2pm. Responsibilities include answering the phone, greeting clients, and light administrative tasks. Spanish speaking skills a plus but not mandatory. Minimum of three hours per week for at least six months required. On-site training is provided.
General Office Volunteers (Asheville): This position would be a minimum of two hours per week helping to organize, file, create spreadsheets, check voicemails and other administrative tasks for the office manager and other office personnel.
Screening & Intake Volunteers (Asheville, Hendersonville): Screening volunteers interview prospective clients over the telephone to determine eligibility for our services. The screening process is online, so volunteers must be computer literate and type 30 wpm or higher. Various two-hour shifts are available.