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Host a Treat Time or Volunteer Virtually

Spend time in our House or virtually give back.

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Host A Treat Time

By hosting a treat time or volunteering virtually, you will bring joy to our families.  Hosting a treat will keep our families close, having fun and making a memory that isn’t centered around illness.  It also surrounds them with your group who care about them and what they are going through.  Your group of up to eight individuals can join us in our House for an unforgettable and unique volunteer experience.  Bring all the necessary (and creative!) items to host a hot chocolate bar, an ice cream bar, a nacho bar, or a popcorn bar! To learn more about these options, click here!

Host a Treat Time

Host a hot chocolate, ice cream, nacho, or popcorn bar!

Volunteer Virtually

No time to come in but want to help? Help us keep our House stocked and earn service hours! Your support allows us to keep much needed items available to our guest families and offers younger volunteers an opportunity to give back to others.

Volunteer Virtually

Help us keep our House stocked and earn service hours!

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Host a Treat Time

Engage Younger Volunteers and host a Treat Time today.

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You can be the reason guest families living in our House have a special treat and make memories together.  Your group of up to eight individuals can bring all the necessary (and creative!) items to host a hot chocolate bar, an ice cream, nacho, or popcorn bar!  The ways to be creative with this are endless, and we hope you will enjoy your time in our House volunteering as much as our families will enjoy you being there for them! This opportunity is available on weekend days from 1-3 PM.

Volunteers ages 8 and older may volunteer, but all minors must be accompanied by at least one adult 18 years or older.  Please note we are unable to accommodate more than eight people in your group.  Your group members must account for accompanying adults.

To accommodate the needs of our families, please:

  • Do not bring anything with nuts in it.
  • Provide at least one option that is dairy-free.
  • Please plan on serving at least 20 individuals.

Suggested items include:

Hot Chocolate Bar (Seasonal)

  • Hot chocolate or cocoa powder
  • Dairy-free milk substitute such as almond or oat milk
  • Marshmallows
  • Toffee bits
  • Coarse sea salt
  • Chocolate chips
  • Crushed peppermints
  • Lindt truffles
  • Whipped cream

Ice Cream Bar

  • Multiple tubs of ice cream with a variety of flavors
  • Dairy-free options such as frozen fruit bars, Luigi’s ice, etc.
  • Caramel, fudge and/or butterscotch sauces
  • Cones or waffle bowls
  • Chocolate chips
  • Whipped cream

Popcorn Bar

  • Bags of regular popcorn
  • Butter
  • Salt
  • Cheese or cheese flavored powders
  • Cinnamon sugar
  • Sprinkles
  • Pretzels
  • Caramel

Nacho Bar

  • Corn or Flour Tortilla Chips
  • Nacho Cheese
  • Chili
  • Salsa, Sour Cream, Green Onions
  • Black Olives, Jalapenos, Pico de Gallo, Guacamole
  • Shredded Lettuce