Ways to Volunteer as Spanish Speakers

Bilingual Spanish speakers

As needs around the Migrant Crisis continues to increase, our affiliate partners also have an increased need for bilingual Spanish speakers to serve their communities in specialized roles.

If you speak fluent Spanish and have a heart for helping immigrant neighbors feel welcome in our city, consider partnering with one of our affiliates below.

Plus: We also have an updated Resource Card that now has both English and Spanish, to connected unhoused and hungry neighbors to the resources they need.

City Relief

City Relief is a mobile outreach in New York and New Jersey that connects homeless men and women to resources that lead to life transformation. City Relief needs volunteers to converse with hungry New Yorkers at two outreaches in Harlem and the Bronx.


Open Hands Legal Services

Open Hands Legal Services brings free legal services directly to community members at non-profit organizations throughout the city. They help homeless men and women obtain housing, unemployed individuals obtain a fair chance to work, citizens to move beyond crippling debt, and more. 


Restore NYC

Restore NYC is making freedom real for survivors of trafficking in the United States by finding women who have been trafficked and providing wrap-around services, including counseling, housing, and safe jobs. 


Safe Families for Children

Safe Families for Children hosts vulnerable children and creates extended family–like supports for desperate families through a community of devoted volunteers. Safe Families for Children wants to add to their support network to keep families together.


St. Paul's House

St. Paul's House is an independent mission house serving hungry New Yorkers and satisfying souls since 1945. St. Paul's House needs volunteers to translate and converse with hungry neighbors in midtown.


The Open Door

The Open Door empowers immigrants to successfully integrate, participate, and contribute to the well being of our society. The Open Door provides ESL, GED, and other courses for Spanish-speaking neighbors.