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Volunteer

Volunteers are integral to our organization.

Below you will find a list of volunteer opportunities that are typically available. To become a volunteer, please complete the CAC Volunteer Application.

For additional information about volunteer opportunities, please complete the form below.

 

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Volunteer Opportunities Available

    There are many opportunities for volunteers to assist the CAC staff with daily operations. Volunteers may serve by:
    Compiling packets for families
    Preparing workshop materials
    Preparing bulk mailings for newsletters, special information and events
    Reading books on child safety during "Story Time" for local preschool classes
    Organizing closets with donations
    Participating in the Certified Therapy Dog Program
    Setting up & hosting CAC Community Displays
    Distributing signature Blue and Silver Pinwheels throughout the community during April Child Abuse Prevention Month
    Maintaining exterior CAC planter boxes

  • Fundraisers

    Serve on a Fundraising Committee such as the Fall Signature Event (Pinwheel Masquerade Ball) and the Spring Signature Event (Fayetteville's Ultimate Lip Sync Showdown).

  • Special Events Community Outreach

    Committee opportunities include serving on the Development Committee, Marketing Committee, and the Community Coalition Committee.

  • Volunteer Committees

    Additional volunteer opportunities and descriptions include:
    Preparing trainings, community events and awareness around the topic of DMST (Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking) Human Trafficking in January.
    Enlisting Speakers and Coordinating Vendors for the Child Abuse Summit during Child Abuse Awareness Month in April.
    Serving alongside other community members to identify ways to promote child abuse awareness and prevention in our community. This includes planning for the 19 Days of Child Abuse Prevention during the month of November.

  • Awareness & Education

    Volunteers may provide educational opportunities for community members and professionals through child abuse prevention workshops. This also includes staffing the Child Advocacy Center display at events and/or speaking about the work of the CAC to organizations in our community.

    Opportunities for Outreach Education include: Prevention Education for adults on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking, Child Abuse Prevention, Internet Safety, Providing a "Story Time" body safety class for preschool aged children, Child Safety Matters (offers training for children on how to talk to a trusted adult) and Speaker’s Bureau presentations to the community about the work of the CAC.

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