Ways to Serve
We have seven basic areas of service which we call Teams.
Our volunteers are called Client Advocates.
Areas of Service
A Team – A person on the A Team will help with Administrative tasks. Duties may include: greeting clients, answering phones, filing, preparing mailings. Some projects can be done off-site, but most projects are on-site. Basic computer skills as well as familiarity with Microsoft Office helpful for some projects.
B Team – A person on the B Team will help with our Blessing Boutique. Duties may include: assisting clients while they shop, processing donated items (washing, sorting and ironing), re-packaging diapers, wipes, gift bags.
C Team – A person on the C Team will be in the Client Consultation Room. Duties may include: working directly with the clients as they come for pregnancy tests, ultrasound or the Earn While You Learn Program. These team members receive extensive training in Evangelism, Crisis Intervention and CFW Policies & Procedures.
D Team – A person on the D Team will help with our Donor Support in an area of their choice. Duties include: functioning as a liaison between CFW and your church for promoting CFW events; partner correspondence (including mailings or phone calls); brainstorming ideas for increasing donor support or community participation; research or grant writing.
E Team – A person on the E Team will serve at Fundraising Events. Duties include various support roles for Spring Banquet, Fall Golf Scramble or Fall Walk for Life.
F Team – Persons on the F Team have a desire to help us keep our Facilities in beautiful condition. Service opportunities available for individuals or groups to serve one-time or on a regular basis.
G Team – A person on the G Team will lead Group Classes on parenting, life skills or Bible studies. Service opportunities ranging from once a week to once a month.
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