Do you have a desire to turn your compassion into action?
Consider becoming a volunteer!
“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word,
a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring,
all of which have the potential to turn a life around.”-Leo Buscaglia
We minister the love of Christ to clients offering the following services free of charge…
- Pregnancy testing
- Ultrasound to date and confirm pregnancy
- Parenting classes
- Baby and maternity supplies
- Education on sexual integrity
- Post-abortion support
- Community referrals
Print our Volunteer Opportunities Brochure to share with your group.
Here are some ways you can get involved:
Volunteer Client Advocate – Level 1
The client advocate will be trained to answer the phone, greet clients, and sit across from young women who come for the day time parenting classes or baby and maternity items. Client advocate has the role of facilitating them to watch educational videos, answer a questionnaire on the same, and discuss issues she may want to talk about.
Volunteer Client Advocate – Level 2
The client advocate will be well trained and prepared to answer the phone, greet clients, and sit across from clients who are coming for a pregnancy test. It is the role of the client advocate to complete an intake form with the client, perform and read the pregnancy test, and discuss her options concerning the pregnancy with her.
*Training is provided at CPC for Level 1 & 2. Compassion and understanding for women in unplanned pregnancies are needed. This is a weekly commitment.
*Volunteer Client Advocates receive 21+ hours of training
Ability to clean office; blowing, weeding, picking up trash; small handyman jobs occasionally needed.
Help with Events
Help is sometimes needed for the following yearly events:
- Celebrate Life Banquet
- Change for Life (baby bottle fundraiser)
Refreshments for Night Parenting Classes
Night parenting classes are held twice per year for eight sessions each for our clients who are expecting their first child. Refreshments are needed for our participants and include a light dinner during our class time. Most who volunteer to provide refreshments bring items for one of those eight evenings.
For more information, please contact:
Anne Keene—Client Services Director (Volunteer Client Advocate Level 1 & 2, house beautification, refreshments for Night PC)
Barbara Knox—General Contact
“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others…”
1 Peter 4:10