Volunteers Make a Difference at The Family Support Center!
Interested in volunteering?
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We strongly believe that every person has a skill or talent that can be utilized in one of our programs or services. We have entry-level volunteer projects that you can complete on your own time in your own home; we have hands-on opportunities in our crisis nurseries; and everything in between. All opportunities help in furthering the mission of the Family Support Center: protecting children, strengthening families, and preventing child abuse.
To become a volunteer, there are just a few steps to complete:
- Complete an Application
- Schedule a New Volunteer Interview, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com
- Complete a Background Check: This step is for ALL volunteers over the age of 18 and is required for anyone working with children.
- Attend a New Volunteer Orientation (2 Hours of Pre-service Training, 1 Hour of On-site Instruction Training)
Upcoming New Volunteer Pre-Service Training:
- Wednesday, November 16th from 6:00-8:00pm at the
- There will not be one in December. Training will pick back up in January 2017.
You must complete an interview prior to signing up for an orientation!
Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 801-955-9110 x104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can make a difference in a child's life. Here is how you can help:
- Play with and care for children ages 0-11 years in our Crisis Nursery.
- Provide child care for children whose parents are attending parenting and/or life focus classes for one or two hours per week.
- Assist with outreach by helping at community resource fairs, handing out flyers and answering people's questions about our agency.
- Support the office staff with sorting files, answering phones, and preparing class packets.
- Help us with yard work and other household maintenance items that will enhance the stay of the children in the Crisis Nursery.
- Take a copy of our "wish list" and conduct a drive for items on the list (for example: diapers, wipes, formula, paper products).
- Help with celebratory events for children and families such as putting together eggs for the annual egg hunt or helping with other holiday events.
The minimum age for a volunteer at the Family Support Center is 14, however, a volunteer must be at least 18 to work directly with children in the Crisis Nurseries. We work with:
- High school and college students fulfilling volunteer credits or service learning objectives
- Scouting groups and Scouts working on Eagle projects
- Church and civic groups
- Other groups