Schools and groups
Service Opportunities for Schools and Groups
Volunteering is a great way for students and school groups to work together, exercise leadership skills, and learn about nonprofit work.
Hear From Adam
Redwood is so thankful for our student volunteers and all of the heartfelt dedication they bring to their community service. Hear from Adam as he explains how he began volunteering at Redwood and the life lessons he has learned.
Children, from birth to age 20, learn and grow through stimulating, educational, and therapeutic programs.
Adult Day Supports programs foster dignity, self-direction, increased independence, and improved quality.
Children and adults improve many skills required for school and daily living through therapeutic services.
Assistive Technology services
With the help of therapists children and adults can identify the most appropriate technology solution to increase independence.
Where it all began
In 1951, a group of parents founded Redwood to provide services for all children with disabilities. Their compassion is reflected today through dedicated staff and volunteers who help people with disabilities thrive.
Brittany Gray, Volunteer Coordinator
Brittany Gray joined Redwood’s Philanthropy Department in May 2019, as Volunteer Coordinator. Brittany’s role includes growing Redwood's volunteer program and recruiting, onboarding, and managing all volunteers, volunteer projects, and corporate service days. As part of the Philanthropy team, she also provides special events support for each of Redwood’s events. Brittany received a bachelor’s degree from Northern Kentucky University and is a Ft. Mitchell resident.
Get involved with Redwood
Interested in supporting Redwood’s mission? There are many ways you can get involved. Redwood is forever indebted to generous donors and volunteers who help ensure the continuation of our services.