Volunteers make the day-to-day operations of Child Crisis Arizona possible.
Make a difference in the lives of children and youth we serve by volunteering. Volunteer opportunities include early education services and group volunteers. Read more about each program below.
All individual volunteers must be at least 18 years old and complete the volunteer process.
If you are a current Child Crisis Arizona volunteer, you may log in here.
Early Education Services Volunteer
Volunteers in Early Education spend time assisting Early Education teachers with classroom activities. They may lead smaller groups of children in classroom projects.
One-year commitment required, volunteering one shift per week. Shifts are 3-5 hours long, Monday through Friday. Level one fingerprint card and TB test required.
Group Volunteer Opportunities
Partner with our program staff to create unforgettable experiences for the children and families we serve! Contact Beth Price at Beth.Price@childcrisisaz.org to learn more about how your group can help provide support at family activity nights and other events we provide throughout the year.
How To Become a Volunteer
Step 1: Complete an application
To receive a volunteer application, please contact Beth Price, Community Engagement Manager at (480) 834-9424 or Beth.Price@childcrisisaz.org
*A Level 1 fingerprint clearance card is required. If you have lived outside Arizona in the past 5 years, additional background checks will be necessary.
Step 2: Participate in an interview
After all the paperwork is received, we’ll coordinate an in-person interview to get to know you better and determine your area of interest.
Step 3: Attend training
Once we determine which program you’ll be helping with, we’ll arrange any necessary training.
Questions about volunteering?
*The estimated dollar value of volunteer time is $24.69 per hour for 2016, according to the Independent Sector, a coalition of charities, foundations, corporations, and individuals that publishes research important to the nonprofit sector.
All decisions with respect to selecting volunteers will be at the sole discretion of Child Crisis Arizona. Child Crisis Arizona reserves the right to accept or reject any volunteer applicant for any reason, at any time during the application or onboarding process.