– Inspirations –

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not."

- Dr. Seuss

Time: Tuesday evenings from approximately 6:00pm to 8:00pm


Commitment: Requires a 12-month commitment to volunteer weekly (with a “substitute” list available for occasional schedule changes). Occasionally there are opportunities for a commitment of every other week.


Additional Requirements:

  • Completion of the 40 Hour Domestic Violence Training (WINGS will provide this training, which is usually offered two (2) times a year.)
  • Any personal experience with domestic violence should be more than two (2) years prior to applying for this volunteer opportunity.
  • A willingness to keep the location confidential.
  • Bilingual abilities are especially valued, but are not necessary for all applicantsDescription: – A staff member will plan the activities.  Volunteers participate in the activities to provide the children with more individual attention.  Because the age ranges of the kids vary widely, often a smaller group is formed to adapt to the activity to the age group. However, ratios sometimes vary due to the unpredictable nature of families in this situation.
  • – This is a great opportunity for people who enjoy very young children. Often there are enough babies and toddlers to designate a “nursery” where the volunteer assistant will comfort and cuddle the littlest ones, or read books and play with toddlers.
  • – At the Safe House, there are weekly groups for the kids in the evenings. The evenings have different themes. For example; one night could be game night, one night could be focused around the theme of cooperation.
  • You enjoy being with children of all ages.
  • You are fun-loving and enjoy participating in games and crafts.
  • You are flexible and able to respond to changing situations.
  • You have strong personal boundaries and are able to demonstrate those to children.
  • You are interested in being a role model and teacher to the children in the areas of social skills, conflict resolution and respecting boundaries.
  • You feel good when you are helping others.
  • You feel comfortable working with people in a diverse environment in regards to social-economic status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and religion.
  • You are non-judgmental about why families are in a situation where they are in need of help.

Opportunities Available: Tuesday Evenings

About The Kindness Connection:

The Kindness Connection (TKC) is an innovative nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Evidence shows that children who volunteer go on to be more giving of their time and resources as adults. With…

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