SKIL was created by; is driven by; and is focused on persons with disabilities, their families, and communities. We provide Advocacy, Education,
and Support with Customer Controlled services to break down and remove existing barriers and bridge social gaps to ensure and preserve
Equality and Independence for all.

 

Submit your DSW time sheet by email. fiscalagent@skilonline.com 

A fax confirmation is NOT a guarantee that time sheet was received. Call and verify it was received. 800-688-5616 

Many Ways To Volunteer

Many Ways To Volunteer

Volunteers help make SKIL Resource Center a stronger team.  At SKIL Resource Center, we simply cannot do the work we do without our great team of volunteers. The skills, services and talents that volunteers contribute is vital to our common mission of empowering persons with disabilities.

Whether it’s helping out for a day or on an on-going basis our volunteers make a difference in the individuals’ lives they touch. Take a look at the Volunteer Opportunities below that may appeal to you.  Let us know if you would like to help us out by completing a Volunteer Interest form.

In our SKIL Offices: our volunteers assist at the front desk helping individuals when they call on the phone and when they walk in the front door.  Volunteers also assist staff with filing, organizing and preparing for meetings.

Peer Support Mentoring: Through sharing one’s personal experience in dealing with disabilities a difference can be made in another person’s life so they can meet life’s challenges easier.  Provide one-on-one support to someone who will be glad you were there for them.

Community Outreach: Help us reach out to others by volunteering at monthly and/or annual events.  By getting involved and spreading the word to others we can make a big impact in the world around us.

Professional Services:  Use your professional skills and talents by helping out with our office operations or by serving on a team that will benefit by your personal experiences  and compassion in promoting SKIL’s mission.

Equipment Delivery: The KEE program gives durable medical equipment that is no longer being used to qualified individuals at no charge. Use your time and abilities in delivering medical equipment to someone in need.

To volunteer for SKIL Resource Center in the Columbus SKIL Office, a Volunteer Form may be completed at www.skilonline.com or a Volunteer form may be mailed to those interested by calling Susan at 1-800-688-5616.