The Road Home Dane County was founded in 1999 as Interfaith Hospitality Network, a group of congregations providing overflow shelter to families without housing. Although our agency has evolved a great deal over the past 23 years, volunteering has always been central to our mission and our identity.
Like many other social service agencies in our community, The Road Home is slowly building out new volunteer programming following the long COVID-induced pause. While in-person opportunities are currently limited, we hope to offer a more robust calendar of volunteer activities in the months ahead as folks feel more and more comfortable gathering together in shared spaces. For now, we welcome folks in our community interested in supporting our work in a volunteer capacity to take the following steps:
If you have any questions about this process, you are welcome to contact our Community Engagement Manager, Kyle VonRuden, at or 715-896-7528.
If your business or community group would like to get involved in our work, we may also have opportunities for you. Check out our Groups and Businesses section. Moreover, congregations have been central to our mission since our founding in 1999. Learn more about opportunities to support our mission as a congregation here.
We appreciate your interest in supporting our work to end family homelessness in Dane County. We hope to connect with you soon!