Volunteer Opportunities

Group of people out doors sorting donations.  There are volunteer opportunities available through ChildNet's partners.  Click on the links below to review the opportunities and contact the agency directly with questions. 

If you require Americans with Disabilities Act accommodations to participate in any ChildNet event or activity, in Broward, please notify Marcia Batur, Single Point of Contact, by phone at 954-414-6000 or by email at Marcia Batur, and in Palm Beach, please notify Martha Rubio, Single Point of Contact, by phone at 561-352-2500 or by email at Martha Rubio, within at least seven (7) days of the event. Accommodations will be provided at no extra charge.

Broward County Opportunities

Karissa Michelin - 954.390.7654 ext. 1251 - volunteer@kidinc.org
To prevent child abuse, preserve the family, and treat children who have been abused or neglected.

 

Katherine Warner - 954.696.5284 - kwarner@nyap.org
NYAP provides foster care services, intensive wrap-around services and kinship services to youth and families.

Palm Beach County Opportunities

Maria Bond - 561.267.3443 - mbond@fapapbc.org
FAPA's mission is to provide support and education that will enhance the services of the foster care system and empower foster children to become productive members of society.

Elissa Malec - 561.383.9800 ext. 1223 - elissamalec@helphomesafe.org
Children are our future and deserve the opportunity to develop within a nurturing, safe and positive environment. HomeSafe is a nationally accredited leader in proactively meeting the needs of our community through innovative and responsive services that empower, shape and enrich the lives of children and families.

Katherine Warner - 954.696.5284 - kwarner@nyap.org
NYAP provides foster care services, intensive wrap-around services and kinship services to youth and families.

Guardian Ad Litem is a state-supported program of trained volunteers 21 years of age and older and professional staff.  These volunteers become part of the court process in order to represent and advocate for a child's interest.  Most of these children, now subjects of judicial proceedings, have been removed from their homes because of alleged abuse, abandonment or neglect.

Contact: Christie Geltz- 561-355-6224 or christie.geltz@gal.fl.gov or www.galpbc.org