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The Crittenton Services for Children and Families Volunteer Program promotes the idea of volunteerism as a rewarding experience for the volunteers, Crittenton clients, and agency staff involved. Is also serves as a foundation for volunteers to increase their knowledge and understanding of Crittenton’s mission, vision, and values. Volunteers with multiple years of service are honored by the Crittenton Volunteer Program, and our also eligible for the National Presidential Volunteer Services Awards an initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service.
The mission of the Crittenton volunteer program is to provide both clients and volunteers with a sense of friendship, interest, and a positive experience. Our volunteers provide a variety of enrichment opportunities for our clients and work under the direct supervision of Crittenton staff. A one year commitment is required unless otherwise indicated, and volunteers must successfully complete orientation and training.
You may apply as an individual, or as a group with friends and associates, and volunteers under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian co-sign their application. Activities may take place either on campus or at off-campus locations and include:
These volunteer opportunities do not necessarily have contact with our clients and therefore may not require additional training and volunteers may be of any age. Activities may include but not limited to:
An orientation and application is required to become an approved direct-service Crittenton Volunteer. Applications are only available at the orientation sessions to anyone aged 18 and up who make a one year service commitment. *Volunteer time cannot be used for class, internship, or practicum requirements.
For more information on either direct-service or community-based volunteer opportunities contact our Volunteer Office during normal business hours Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PST.
“Crittenton Services provided a wonderful match for National Charity League, Inc. Yorba Linda Chapter to be able to provide meaningful volunteerism for our mother and daughter members. Whether we were babysitting adorable infant and toddlers, gathering gifts for the holidays, or providing treats for special events our volunteers grew as individuals by being able to support the youth and families at Crittenton who need our help. Tp be able to empower young people as they strive to make their lives better is an important opportunity, and we are proud to help.” Kimberly Ostrowski – Chapter President, 2015-2016