Volunteers are crucial in our work and their support is essential to continue successfully protecting children, supporting families, and strengthening our community. It just wouldn’t be possible to serve the same number of families without the time and energy they give so generously.
We love our volunteers and appreciate their work so much! If you’d like to join us, we have a great office culture where you’ll be welcomed as a valued member of the team and if you have little ones, we’ve got an awesome playroom, so they can come too!
If you’re interested in individual assignments or group projects for your family and friends, please fill out the volunteer form and we’ll follow up with you. Whether you’re looking for short term, occasional, or regular volunteer opportunities, we’re flexible about getting you involved with something that works for you!
Volunteers are free to set their own schedule during normal business hours (M-TH, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm, F, 8:30 am – 3 pm). Occasional weekend and evening hours are sometimes available to help with special events.
(Preferred 1 to 6 hours per week): Mailings are the backbone of Connections, our largest program, and every week we need help prepping developmental surveys and other important info for local families.
(Hours flexible): Looking to improve your communications skills? Family Future’s is looking for someone work at our front desk. Duties include, answering the phone and greeting people when they enter our office.
Devin was born completely deaf in both ears. At age two, he was the youngest person ever to receive a cochlear implant — a device that allows completely deaf people to hear. This small device completely changed his life. Now, he is a young adult who would not be looking toward his future graduation and nonprofit work if he did not have the support of his family through it all.
When deciding on an internship for the summer, Devin applied to only one place, Family Futures. He found the testimonies of past student interns of Family Futures to be true.
“You’re actually doing something,” he says, “you’re actually making an impact for kids.”Devin Haberling