You provide free language interpreter services to customers who are not fluent in English. Basic tax knowledge is helpful, but it is not required for this position.

You complete and successfully certify in tax law training, including the use of electronic filing software, to provide free tax return preparation for eligible taxpayers.

You greet everyone visiting the site to create a pleasant atmosphere. You screen taxpayers to determine the type of assistance they need and confirm they have the necessary documents to complete their tax returns. Tax law certification is not required for this position.

For those interested in getting their hands in the dirt, volunteers assist with transplanting, harvesting, washing, & packing farm fresh produce. Volunteers go home with fresh produce as a thank you!

Phoenix volunteers can serve as event supporters. Supporters serve in a variety of capacities, such as helping with event set-up and breakdown, welcoming and registering event attendees, promoting events throughout the community, and helping to bring the Phoenix to new communities.

As an Event Leader, you’ll share the talents and activities you’re most passionate about with existing or new Phoenix team members. From starting a walking event to leading a book club, you can bring The Phoenix to your community. You will have dedicated guidance every step of the way in your onboarding journey.

Other volunteer opportunities include: Advisory Committee Members, Bilingual Services, Community Resources Guide Development, Data Collection &, Analysis Development, Financial Navigation, Fund Development, Marketing and Outreach, Mentors (Getting AHEAD), Social Media, Volunteer Scheduling, And more!

Our Financial Navigators are not required to be licensed professionals, they are caring neighbors from diverse backgrounds willing and ready to help Nevadans during this time of recovery from the pandemic. Virtual individual training is provided. The schedule is flexible to meet your needs.

Allies make an intentional friendship with an individual/family in poverty and join them in their quest to have a support system in our community. Allies support graduate Champions as they work on their SMART goals and future stories. Allies and Champions meet in-person monthly at the Champion Alumni meetings.

Resource Navigators assist Nevadans living in the “tyranny of the moment” who need the most basic services (housing, food, clothing, childcare, etc.). Navigators utilize our direct referral platform to connect clients with community-based organization and assist in finding optional resources. Virtual individual training is provided. Flexible schedule.