Volunteers play a vital role in advancing our mission. We need volunteers to assist in health centers, public affairs, fundraising, education and training, community outreach, and administration. Whether you have a couple hours each week, or a couple hours once in a while, we'll work together to find the right fit and schedule for you!
If you are looking to volunteer on a regular, scheduled basis in one of our health centers or administrative offices, please complete the Volunteer Application and our Human Resources Department will contact you to discuss your interests and our orientation program.
The Health Center Advocacy Program (HCAP) is a patient-to-advocate engagement program where PPHP volunteers engage guests in waiting rooms of some of our health centers on issues/campaigns that impact the community and provide opportunities for people to get involved. Campaigns include voter registration drives, sharing information about open enrollment for health insurance, and education on other legislative issues. Interested in becoming an HCAP volunteer? Fill out the Volunteer Application Form and our Human Resources Department will contact you to discuss your interests and our orientation program.
Emerging Leaders Council
Are you a young person, in your 20’s to mid-30’s, looking to get more involved with PPHP? Apply to be a member of the Emerging Leaders Council (ELC)! The ELC is a diverse group of young people dedicated to the mission of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic and to the empowerment of all young people advocacy, education, and outreach. Learn more!
The Public Affairs Department has a variety of internship opportunities for college credit, and include legislative advocacy, government relations, community organizing and outreach/engagement opportunities. Roles and responsibilities are developed in collaboration with the internship candidate based on their interests, skills, and strengths. Are you interested in interning at Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic? Fill out the Internship Application and our Human Resources Department will contact you to discuss you interests.
Are you a college student looking to get more involved on your campus? Planned Parenthood has nationwide programs that aim to educate and inspire a new generation of young adults to advocate reproductive freedom. Students organize events on campus to raise public awareness, educate their peers, work with local Planned Parenthood health centers, and assist in making sexual health a public health and cultural imperative. PPHP’s local student groups are at Stony Brook University, Sarah Lawrence College, and Purchase College. If you attend one of these schools, or are interested in starting an organization on your campus, please email [email protected] for more information.