Volunteer Child Advocate- Putnam County
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If you have a passion for making a lifelong difference in a child's life please consider becoming a Volunteer Child Advocate with the Guardian ad Litem program. Child Advocates are trained and supported volunteers who advocate for the best interest of children in the foster care system. A volunteer will visit with their children at least once every 30 days, talk to those involved with the child and advocate for what is in their best interest. This position takes an average of 8 flexible hours per month. Please contact us to arrange to attend a no obligation orientation session to find out if this is the right opportunity for you. The need is great in Putnam County, currently 50% of the foster children in Putnam do not have someone advocating for them, so please consider helping a child in your community. All children deserve someone to speak up for them, can you be that person?
We'll work with your schedule.
518 St Johns Avepalatka, FL 32177
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Orientation or Training
- 6-8 flexible hours per month min.