We believe it takes a village to raise a child, and everyone has a role to play.
Whether it’s volunteering your skills, caring for a child without a family, donating your birthday to raise funds and awareness, or engaging your workmates in a project, everyone can have a role to play in serving children without families and pregnant teenagers in our community.
If you are interested in becoming our volunteer, fundraiser, or supporter, we invite you to come to our next Get to Know Mother’s Choice session!
Here are the steps if you are interested in becoming a volunteer taking care of children. This role requires you to commit for a fixed 2-4 hours weekly for a minimum of six months.
1. Attend Get to Know Mother’s Choice (takes place twice a month).
2. Attend an “Introduction to Child Care Home” (takes place every 8-10 weeks).
3. Attend the “Pre-service Training / Orientation” (takes place every 8-10 weeks).
4. Complete the onboarding procedures from home.
When the above have been completed, we’ll match your availability with shifts where volunteers are needed. This matching period can vary depending on the days/times of your availability.
Volunteers are an invaluable part of the Mother’s Choice family and our workforce. We rely on more than 700 active volunteers to help us care for children, offer friendship to our girls, donate professional skills such as translation, videography, and design, and help with administrative work. Learn more.
If you are as passionate as we are about our vision to see every child in a loving family, we invite you to explore a career with Mother’s Choice. We’ve built a team of highly committed individuals who are changing life stories each day. Learn more.
We need your help to be a voice for children in need and to raise the funds we need to keep our doors open every day. Every dollar makes a difference, so if you have an inspiring idea to support Mother’s Choice, let us know! Learn more.
Find out more about how your company can support Mother’s Choice through event sponsorship, volunteering, grant making, and providing pro bono professional services. Learn more.