Each day at Living Well Disability Services we support people with disabilities to live with independence, opportunity, and dignity. Watch the video below to see how easy it is to help!

We are dedicated to supporting health in mind, body, and spirit through our organization-wide culture of wellness. Our volunteers play an integral part in the lives of people we support.  Volunteer opportunities are available for individuals and groups at our 33 homes, our administrative office, and at events.Button to connect with volunteer opportunitiesContact Kathy Anderson to find out more about any volunteer opportunities:  Kathy.Anderson@livingwell.org or 651.242.5141

Adopt A Home

Group of young people at LWDS Poppler home

Lakeville Church Youth Group worked hard, had fun, and brought joy to our home at Poppler

  • Projects! Whether you’re an individual or a corporation with a volunteer team, an amateur or a seasoned home improvement professional, we welcome all of you to help maintaining and improving our homes.  We want our 33 homes to be as exceptional as our services.  We can’t do it without your generous help.
  • Get Togethers!  We support a variety of people who love to have celebrations in their homes.  Your group can host a party — nothing fancy, just something simple with activities, games, music, and treats.  It’s terrific when volunteers sign on to celebrate monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly.  Your generous spirit brings treasured camaraderie and happiness to the people we support.
  • Housewarming! You can bring yourself or a whole group to provide priceless assistance with household tasks like grocery shopping, food preparation, cleaning, laundry, and other household “to do” projects.  When you take on these tasks, you free up time for both staff and the people we support to maximize time spent on individual wellness.

“I have loved every moment of volunteering with Living Well Disability Services, and I have absolutely loved getting to know Elaine!” — Sarah G.

Two men enjoy a bike ride outside

Tom and Sean are better together taking a bike ride

Better Together

Spend time in one of our homes where fun people love to have someone to hang out with.  Maybe you’d like to listen to music, play games, make crafts or prepare some fun snacks.  Just a couple hours a few times per month can bring joy and make an invaluable difference in a person’s quality of life.

Wellness Ally

Don’t we all like to spend time in meaningful activities that enhance our feeling of well-being?  When you bring a specific skill as a wellness ally, your unique talents help to decrease stress, improve social skills, and increase confidence in the individuals and groups involved.

Here are just a few examples of what you can bring as a wellness ally:

Sister and brother pose together

Cara and Brock volunteered and made our gala a huge success.


We hold multiple exciting events throughout the year.  Whether it’s Family Fun Day, Employee Recognition, or the Transforming Lives Gala, we welcome you or your organization to participate in one of these many celebrations in any number of supporting roles.  Our event volunteers bring energy and support right when we need it most.

Support Our STARS

The Living Well Disability Services Self-Advocacy group, STARS, meets in Mendota Heights on the second Monday of each month from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. You and your group will have a blast being a part of these get togethers.  We’d love your help in set up, clean up, and general logistics.  These meetings are a part of a very exciting movement supporting independence and the disability rights.

Hands working on office projects

Helping volunteer hands save time and money with office projects.

Home Base Heroes

We’re so glad to have our beautiful, new office in Mendota Heights on Northland Drive.  Great at light office duties or organizational projects? We’ve got a volunteer opportunity for you.


Watch this video of people we represent expressing their goals and showing their talents!