Volunteer

Learn about the ways you can help to Embrace Every Child.

Volunteer

Boxes

Boxes provide children in foster care with special items during a time of crisis like sitting in a DHS office, leaving the hospital or aging out of foster care.

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Office Buddies

Office Buddies spend time with a child at the DHS office when he or she is being taken into foster care and is awaiting their next placement.

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Staff Encouragement

Caring for vulnerable children means supporting those on the front lines who work with these children. Hospitality teams deliver monthly treats to DHS staff and plan larger appreciation events.

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Transportation

DHS transporters drive a foster child to visitation with their family, after school activities and appointments. Many children in care report a driver as being one of their trusted consistent people in their life.

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Emergency Needs

Continuous needs emerge for children and families at DHS offices that cannot always be met with state resources. Community members can tangibly meet these needs.

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Prevention

Preventing children from entering foster care means coming alongside families long before they get to a breaking point. Volunteers from the community have an important role.

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