Get Involved

Angels’ Arms supporters are dedicated to enhancing the organization’s vision by providing service of their time and spreading awareness of Angels’ Arms mission throughout the community. 

By donating your time, you provide our organization with the resources to help us serve foster families. Whether it’s volunteering at a fundraising event, the Angels’ Arms office or one of our 13 foster homes, we are fully aware that Angels’ Arms would not exist without the help of our dedicated volunteers.

If you and your family/co-workers would like to volunteer with Angels’ Arms, please complete the Volunteer Application and submit your inquiry. If you have questions, please email Abbey Perano at We look forward to hearing from you.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Most of our homes would love new mulch and to have flowers planted in their yard for Spring/Summer. Please reach out if this is something you or someone you know would be interested in.



Other Ways to Give Back

Host a Drive/Fundraiser

Host a cereal drive, plan a “jeans day” at work, run a lemonade stand, all in support of our Angels’ Arms foster families.

Make a Meal Program

Due to COVID-19, we now have no contact meal drop offs.

Click here to sign up

Donate Your Skills

Are you handy around the house? Do you love to paint, organize or garden? Use your skills to help spruce up any of our 13 Angels’ Arms’ homes.

Group Service Days

Please see above for the current volunteer opportunities. Due to the COVID-19 virus, all volunteer projects will be outside work for the time being.

Birthday Boxes

Due to the COVID-19 virus, in-person birthday parties have been postponed, but you can still provide a Birthday Box that includes themed plates, cake mix, party hats, etc. Also, if you wish to send a card or donate an Amazon gift card so the child could pick out a present, please reach out to

Volunteer Spotlight

Young Men’s Service League!

The YMSL (Young Men’s Service League) did a terrific job cleaning up the landscaping and yard at one of our homes in South City STL. They had 2 crews of six volunteers for 2 hours each. The weather didn’t stop them and they went above and beyond pulling weeds, cutting grass, gathering up yard waste and more!

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