There are many different ways to volunteer with the Denver Children’s Advocacy Center ranging from short-term opportunities to ongoing. As a volunteer you will experience firsthand the impact you are making in the lives of our children and families.
Volunteer activities can include:
- spending time with our young people
- completing projects around our campus
- serving as an ambassador
- volunteering on a committee or our Board of Directors
Volunteers produce a direct and immediate impact on the work that we do. All volunteers need to be 18 years or older. If you are interested in joining us, complete our volunteer application. Our Volunteer Coordinator, Meghan Parman is looking forward to helping you get started!
Weekly & Monthly Volunteer Opportunities
These unique opportunities may include direct client interaction, behind the scenes tasks and special events. Opportunities fall into weekly or monthly formats and we attempt to match the skills and interests of the volunteer with the specific opportunities available.
One-time opportunities are available for groups from companies, teams, schools, clubs, etc. They assist with activities on our campus as well as other activities depending on DCAC needs and the desires of the group. All volunteers need to be 18 years or older in order to volunteer.
Committees and Board
Committees assist us in growing our organization. We are always searching for individuals willing to offer us their expertise in this way. Whether it’s a potential seat to serve on our Board of Directors, or joining our marketing, fund development, or other committees, we would welcome your letting us know so we can connect.
An ambassador serves a short-term volunteer commitment to help Denver Children’s Advocacy Center spread awareness of our mission.
Ambassadors make a tremendous impact on Denver Children’s Advocacy Center. To become an ambassador, we ask you to bring 10 people to DCAC for a one-hour tour. The Voices for Children Tours provide a unique opportunity to see our campus and learn more about our services and programs. You can invite your friends, family, coworkers, book club, bowling league, soccer team, anyone who might be interested in your work. We simply want to spread the word about what we do. For all of the opportunities listed above and more, please contact Meghan Parman at email@example.com.
Contact UsMeghan Parman Volunteer Coordinator Denver Children’s Advocacy Center
2149 Federal Boulevard
Denver, CO 80211 303-825-3850 x310
Please remember that volunteer placement is a selective process and not all applicants are accepted into the program or guaranteed a specific position. DCAC strives to help applicants find a satisfying volunteer commitment suited to both their skills and the needs of DCAC. Due to the nature of our work, all volunteers will be required to submit fingerprints for background checks and child abuse registry.