Volunteering at St. David's Center

You can help us build relationships that nurture the development of every child and family.

St. David's Center offers unique and rewarding volunteer opportunities in a variety of programs at our Minnetonka location and in the broader Twin Cities West metro community. We understand the importance of volunteers and the impact they have on each and every child, and we are committed to providing ongoing support, training and flexibility.

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Volunteer Spotlight - Tapan Bhattacharya


Tapan Bhattacharya

With the introduction of Tapan Bhattacharya, St. David’s Center has built a new relationship that is helping us even more effectively nurture the development of every child and family.

Tapan has been volunteering multiple days a week at the Minnetonka campus in the Admissions and Health Information Management department. A retiree with a strong and prestigious background in information technology, he has been helping St. David’s Center build an internal website to keep staff in all of our 20+ programs in tune with each other and the organization.

“The task has been challenging and Tapan has been very helpful in figuring out how to set up the site and view its development from different angles. We are blessed to have him,” said Carol Kuelbs, our Compliance & Information Technology Strategist.

“I worked in the computer industry for 40 years, and after retiring, I wanted to keep my brain working,” Tapan said. “I am happy to be able to share my skills and contribute to the community through St. David’s Center.”

While many of St. David’s Center’s volunteers come to us during or following their children’s involvement with one of our programs, Tapan, who lives in Edina with his wife, found St. David’s Center through VolunteerMatch.com. “I didn’t really know anything about the organization, but I’ve been surprised and inspired by its size and services,” he said.

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