Volunteers are needed to make a difference in the lives of our youth, who greatly benefit from the connections they get from caring adults. There are many different ways to volunteer – from one day service projects (minimum of 4 hours), to becoming a certified volunteer working directly with the youth. Volunteers can also provide assistance on bigger projects, such as fundraising events and/or renovations. The options are endless. Whatever your skill, talent, hobby or expertise, there are many ways you can help young people to grow and thrive. Certified volunteers must be at least 21 years of age and complete an application with references.
Qualification for Certified Volunteers
- Must be at least 21 years of age
- Must have completed an application, including three personal references (no family members), a medical reference as well as a TB (PPD) screening
- CHRI and CARI criminal background checks; volunteer assumes the cost of the CHRI (fingerprinting)
- Must submit a copy of a valid driver’s license, registration and insurance card
If you need help, call us at (609) 396-8329