Volunteer with Us!

Join the dozens of motivated volunteers who generously contribute their time and energy to the Peace & Justice Center community. Whether it’s helping out in our Fair Trade Retail Store, raising awareness about upcoming events by distributing flyers, or lending an extra hand during our events, the Peace & Justice Center is helped tremendously by the generosity of our local community. We welcome highly motivated volunteers who display passion for our people-driven mission and the products we sell. To volunteer with the PJC please fill out this form and our Volunteer Coordinator will reach out to you as soon as possible.

For more information or questions concerning volunteering at the Peace & Justice Store, please call our Volunteer Coordinator, at (802) 863 – 2345 x 7.  Feel free to come see us on the Burlington Waterfront as well!

Available Volunteer Positions:

Fair Trade Retail Store Volunteer

Programming/Administration Volunteer

Flyering Volunteer

Event Volunteer


 Our Volunteer Coordinator holds regular bimonthly volunteer orientations generally on the second and fourth Saturday at 3:00pm.  New volunteers will learn a little bit about the history of the Peace & Justice Center and all of our current state wide projects.  We’ll also talk a little bit about how volunteers can use their skills and interests to help the PJC achieve its mission in the community.  Each orientation session lasts approximately 30 minutes and is paired with a public presentation of one of our educational programs!. Please contact Kristen Connors at volunteer@pjcvt.org with any questions or for more information. Our next scheduled public presentation is our “White Fragility” workshop on Thursday, May 4th at 11:00am! Please stay after the presentation for our New Volunteer Orientation at 12:00pm!!

Make Origami Boxes
The Peace & Justice Store could use your help making origami boxes that we can use in the store. Here are the directions. Use a square of paper that is between 5″ and 8″ square. Use paper that has some substance to it. Magazine covers, wrapping paper scraps, old date book pictures — be creative!