Did you know that more than 200 volunteers serve throughout our ministry? They include doctors, nurses, attorneys, interior designers, counselors, receptionists, business professionals, contractors, administrative experts, computer specialists, and students who help on our Willing to WaitTM Leadership Team. Our facilities are even cleaned by volunteers! In fact, during this past year more than $300,000 was contributed by our generous volunteers through their selfless service. Thank you, volunteers – you are making a life-sized difference!
Consider a volunteer position at either our downtown or Wyoming office. Most volunteer positions require an in-person application and interview, two references, and a criminal background check. Call Bev at 616.259.1505 or Becky at 616.259.1516 for more information.
CLIENT ADVOCATE : Meet with clients, follow up by telephone and/or personal contact, and make community referrals. This person should have a professional background in nursing, human service work, or social work. You will be asked to attend 8-9 weeks of on-the-job training as well as in-service training as provided. We ask you to volunteer one four-hour shift weekly at our downtown office with a one-year commitment.
CRADLES OF GRACE: Center volunteer and mentor positions provide multiple opportunities to serve single mothers on a regular basis.
FAMILY SUPPORT SORTER: Organize, sort, store, and display baby clothing and materials. In addition, assist with other duties at the Family Support office as required. This position requires on-the-job training and is a starting point for other client related work at the Family Support Office.We ask you to volunteer one four-hour shift weekly with a one-year commitment.
FAMILY SUPPORT ADVOCATE: Those who start as Family Support Sorters often move to the position of Family Support Advocate, meeting with clients 1:1 for scheduled appointments. We ask you to volunteer one four-hour shift weekly with a one-year commitment.
WILLING TO WAIT™ LEADERSHIP TEAM: The Willing to Wait™ Leadership Team is composed of area teens, college students, and adult mentors. To build consistent relationships with youth it is requested that volunteers commit to attending a full school year of Tuesday night practices.
CHURCH MINISTRY PARTNER: Advocate for and represent the PRC at your church. We will supply the materials and you can help us get the word out regarding current events, volunteer needs, and urgent needs for our Family Support clients. Please call Vicki for more information at 616.259.1518.
PRAYER: Join our prayer team by signing up to pray at a specific time or come to the center to pray for clients, staff, and volunteers. Contact Vicki at email@example.com or 616.259.1518 for more information.
ADMINISTRATION: Provide administrative support such as data entry, special projects, and annual events. If you have a basic understanding of computers, are detail oriented, and are willing to maintain confidentiality, this might be the position for you.