What will I do as a volunteer?
Volunteers provide the critical support needed for the Center for Child Protection to successfully meet the needs of child abuse victims and their families. As a volunteer, you will have the chance to learn, meet others and make a difference in a young child’s life.
Ready to volunteer?
Which path will you take?
Direct Service Path
Work directly with children & families
Family Support Specialists
Provide a support system for the child and family during the child abuse investigation process Monday – Friday during regular business hours.
Graduate & Undergraduate Interns
Participate in a variety of program tasks and responsibilities including direct clinical service, program, grants, education services, marketing and development support.
Non-Direct Service Path
Work in support of children & families
Assist with a wide variety of marketing, development, and fundraising tasks to further the Center’s efforts in the community.
Grants Support Volunteers
Assist with researching funding prospects and write and proof letters of inquiry, grant proposals and reports.
Kids Closet Volunteers
Organize items, take inventory, help plan seasonal donation drives and shop for supplies needed by families in crisis.
General Maintenance Volunteers
Assist with the upkeep and appearance of the Center’s facility interior by making minor repairs and also with beautification of the grounds.
Participate in the Center’s fundraisers. Activities include decorating, set up, registration, graphic design, photography, sponsorship solicitation, auction support and more.