Learn how you can become a volunteer at Austin Street Center.

Since 1983, Austin Street Center has been at the forefront, helping those across Dallas who need us the most—individuals who are experiencing homelessness. As the largest, low barrier, single location homeless shelter in Dallas, Austin Street Center serves about 400 of the most vulnerable homeless population nightly: women, ages 18 and older, and men, ages 45 and older. Austin Street Center provides individuals with shelter, nutritious meals, basic needs, hope, and the necessary support and resources to help them transition out of homelessness and into a home of their own.

In our work to provide the basic necessities to Dallas’ most vulnerable citizens, Austin Street Center relies heavily on the talent and treasures of our philanthropic community. Volunteers help further our mission through their service and time to provide critical services to our clients.

To volunteer at Austin Street Center:

First-time individuals to volunteer: Click here for more information.

Returning volunteers: Check here.

Groups: Please contact us at asc.volunteer@austinstreet.org

Questions about volunteering? Contact Libby Card, Community Relations Coordinator, at libby.card@austinstreet.org .