Fairview Family Resource Center
The Fairview Family Resource Center (FFRC), located in High Point, is designed to provide community-based programs and services for families, children and individuals living in the Fairview Elementary School district. The FFRC conducts a full range of educational programs and activities for parents and children. Volunteers are needed in the following areas:
- Youth Programs: Volunteer needs include assisting with homework, childcare during afterschool drop in, and assisting in the community garden. Monday through Thursday, 2:30pm-5:30pm.
- Incredible Years*: A 14 week program designed to teach parenting skills. Volunteers are needed to assist with childcare while parents are attending class.
- National Family Week: A community dinner with games and activities held at the FFRC each November. Volunteers are needed to help set-up, serve food, manage the serving lines, assist with activities and clean-up. Total event time is 4 hours, 4:00-8:00 p.m.
- Prevent Child Abuse Awareness Event: This event, held each April, places an emphasis on helping families enjoy positive family activities. A hot dog dinner and activities for children and parents are provided. Volunteers are needed to help set-up, serve food, manage serving lines, assist with activities, and clean-up. Total event time is 3 hours, 5:00-8:00 p.m.
For more information about volunteering at the Fairview Family Resource Center, please email Alexus Prince, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* The Incredible Years is a registered trademark of The Incredible Years, Inc.
Healthy Start is a home-based program that works with pregnant women and new parents (children ages 0-2 years) with stress factors. Case Workers help parents nurture their children’s development by helping to create a positive, safe living environment for their families.
- Volunteers are needed to assist with four educational workshops (two in Greensboro, two in High Point) each year (dates and times TBD). Volunteers will help with preparing food, set-up, clean-up, and providing child care for approximately one hour during the workshop.
For more information about volunteering with Healthy Start, please contact Kristy Shoffner, Program Manager at email@example.com.
Advocacy and Support
- Volunteers are needed to work at the Family Justice Center in Greensboro and the Slane Center in High Point to assist with childcare while victims are in the process of filing for protective orders or receiving advocacy services. In many cases, victims have no choice but to come with their children, which can complicate or delay protective orders or advocacy.
- Court Accompaniment Volunteers are needed to provide support in Greensboro and High Point to survivors who are attending court for return hearings regarding domestic violence protection orders. Support provided in this position would range from navigating entry into the courtroom, emotional support during the hearing and follow up information about safety and other services. 20 hours of training will be provided.
For more information about volunteering in our advocacy and support areas, please contact Joanne DeTiere, Volunteer Services Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Consumer Credit Counseling
Consumer Credit Counseling Service helps individuals and families with money worries to reduce debt, avoid bankruptcy or foreclosure, achieve financial goals, and regain a sense of financial well-being.
- Volunteers are needed to assist with community workshops. Volunteers will assist with preparation of workshop materials, grading quizzes and contacting speakers for the workshops.
For more information about volunteering with Consumer Credit Counseling, please contact Sarah Hutchinson, Program Manager at email@example.com.