Administrative & Case Aide

We are looking for volunteers to help protect vulnerable Texans by assisting in our local offices.

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Office Assistant

Volunteers also help in our agency offices by filing, answering phones, making copies, and welcoming visitors. You must be organized and professional. This is a great opportunity if you want to learn how an office works, or are a retired professional looking to maintain your administrative skills.

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Family Group Decision Making Assistant or Kinship Care Casework Assistant

Help caseworkers contact clients, organize group meetings and events, and pick up and deliver donations and supplies.

Services and Resource Coordinator

Research and find services to help families reach their goals, and help manage resource lists for casework staff.

Transition Plan Coordinator

Transition Plan Coordinator Volunteers set up meetings for youth transitioning out of foster care. Each meeting will focus on youth strengths, needs, and goals. Youth leave the meeting with a Work Plan, resources, and a support system to help them on their journey to adulthood and self-sufficiency.

How We Support Our Volunteers



Top-notch training means our volunteers are ready to help Texans in need.

Volunteer Impact

Volunteer Impact

See the difference our volunteers make in the lives of others every day.

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Success Stories

Meet some of our volunteers and hear their amazing stories.