You can make a difference by helping children in foster care, meeting people who share your interests, and making a positive impact in your community. We do not offer community service hours, drop-in, or volunteer activities for youth groups.
Hosting a drive with your family or at work, church, school, or civic organization is a great way to collect items we need the most. Ideas include birthday and holiday gifts, new socks, underwear, pajamas, hygiene items, coats, hats, gloves, diapers, wipes, and gift cards for teens. Pick an item or two, create a flyer, and make a difference!
Adults that have time and passion for a monthly commitment are welcome to take the steps to join our volunteer team. Do these 3 things now: Follow us on Facebook, read everything on our website including THE NEED, and then SIGN UP for a NEW volunteer orientation.
If you do not see an upcoming date, please be patient and check back in a few weeks. All volunteers commit to going through a criminal background check.
A great way to start volunteering is by sorting through all of the treasures donated by our community. This volunteer activity is for adults as we sort and organize items as a team. While you are welcome to bring a teen to volunteer with you, please do not drop them off to fulfill community service hours.
From lemonade stands to collecting financial donations at work, school, or your community group, it all helps children in foster care.
We do NOT offer drop-in or direct volunteer opportunities to fulfill high school or court-ordered community service hours. Instead, consider doing a fundraiser or hygiene, pajama, sock, or underwear drive to fulfill your hours.
Some volunteers reach out to churches, schools, businesses, and other organizations encouraging them to make a financial donation or do a drive.