We are always accepting volunteers, but only hold volunteer orientations twice a year.
Our Mission at The Settlement Home for Children is to promote healing and growth in children, young adults and families by providing a continuum of care, support and resources. The Settlement Home offers a variety of services and programs to individuals who have experienced severe emotional trauma, abuse and neglect- our programs include a Residential Treatment Center, Group Home Program, Transitional Living Program and Foster & Adoption Program.
One on one mentorships.
We need volunteers to serve as mentors to our female residents. Volunteers are essential to helping children from hard places that have experienced a breach in trust and care learn how to develop healthy relationships with other individuals, particularly adults. Volunteers are an essential part to the continuum of care that helps children realize that outside of the walls of The Settlement Home are still genuine, safe people in the world that care.
You can provide hope and love in a child's life by becoming a mentor.
Volunteer Groups: Facilitate special events and activities on campus for the children, such as carnivals, field days, arts and crafts projects, sporting events, performances and workshops. Currently preparing for our annual Quinceañera.
Garage & Estate Sale Volunteer:Help with sale preparations in our warehouse on Mondays from 9 a.m. to noon. Great for large group and teens!!!
Summer Program Volunteer: Share your skills with our children. Teachers commit to regularly scheduled class during the summer sessions. Examples include: music, arts and crafts, etc.
Why volunteer with The Settlement Home for Children? Check out some of the perks! Flexible scheduling, Bi-annual volunteer banquet, volunteer get togethers, quality training and learning opportunities in non-profits, social work, and counseling. Letter of Recommendation upon completion.
Ready to get involved? Contact Naomi Williams, our Program Support Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-836-2150 ext 151 for more information.
- Child Development
- Child Welfare
- Child Care
Good Match For
People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 21
- Orientation or Training
- Commit to regular visits and communication