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Volunteer to Help Combat Child Abuse

Members of our community who are willing to volunteer their time and talents play an instrumental role in keeping alive the missions of several local non-profit and charitable organizations. There are several ways that you can help combat child abuse in our community. Current volunteer opportunities are listed below.

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CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children)

316-866-2920 - 220 W. Douglas, Suite 15, Wichita, KS 67202
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Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County

316-660-9494 - 130 S. Market, Ste. B183, Wichita KS 67202
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FaithBuilders

316-200-0768 - 345 N. Riverview Suite 120, Wichita, KS 67203
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Harbor House

316-263-6000 - PO Box 3759, Wichita, KS 67201
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The Treehouse

316-686-2600 - 151 N. Volutsia, Wichita, Kansas 67214
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  • Various Opportunities (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Various Opportunities

    Volunteers are a blessing! Women of all ages and backgrounds are welcome to volunteer their time at The Treehouse. There are several positions you can choose from: Front Desk Receptionist, Clerk in the Thrift Store, a Client Advocate or one of the many behind-the-scenes jobs. There are two shifts 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. These positions are also available on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon.

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Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center

316-263-3002 - 355 N. Waco, Suite 100, Wichita, KS 67202
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  • Victim Advocate (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Victim Advocate

    Victim advocates take a minimum of two 12 hour shifts on the crisis line per month. All of the calls go through an answering service, so the crisis line can be answered from your home. While on call, victim advocates may be called to respond to the hospital to be with a victim during the collection of evidence. Victim advocates also provide services to friends and family members of the person that has been sexually assaulted.

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Wichita Children’s Home

(316) 684-6581 - 810 North Holyoke, Wichita, KS 67208
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  • OZ Opportunity Zone (View Details) (Inquire)
  • OZ Opportunity Zone

    Volunteer at the Opportunity Zone, a daytime drop-in center for homeless youth in Wichita.

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  • Admissions Assistant (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Admissions Assistant

    Assist Intake and Foster Care staff with new admissions between the ages of newborn and 12 years. Duties include bathing young children, providing clothing for children and assisting with child care until the foster family arives to pick up child.

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  • Cook for Phase One Girls (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Cook for Phase One Girls

    Be a role model for youth between the ages of 16 and 22 years living in our BRIDGES Independent Living Program by cooking a meal with residents. Youth will learn food preparation, meal planning and basic cooking skills. Food is provided by WCH. Volunteers are encouraged to make meal suggestions.

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  • Helping Hand (Teen Boys) (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Helping Hand (Teen Boys)

    Work directly with children ages 13 through 17 years living in our temporary shelter by providing one on one attention through activities such as playing games, outdoor activities and assisting with craft projects.

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  • Helping Hand (Teen Girls)

    Work directly with children ages 13 through 17 years living in our temporary shelter by providing one on one attention through activities such as playing games, outdoor activities and assisting with craft projects.

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  • School Transportation (View Details) (Inquire)
  • School Transportation

    Drivers needed to transport BRIDGES, Phase 2 youth to and from school, work or other appointments.

    Availability: Monday through Friday from 7am - 9am or 3pm - 5pm.

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  • Receptionist (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Receptionist

    Provide assistance to callers, guests, visitors, and clients of WCH and operate a multi line phone system. Also responsible for some clerical duties as time permits.

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  • Kitchen Assistant (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Kitchen Assistant

    Assist kitchen staff with prep work for meals. Great opportunity for those who love to cook, but would prefer not to work directly with the children.

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  • Gardening & Grounds Keeping (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Gardening & Grounds Keeping

    Help maintain gardens and landscaping by weeding, trimming bushes, and planting flowers. WCH to supply all gardening materials.

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  • Donations Sorter (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Donations Sorter

    Sort and distribute new and used donations. Note: Some lifting required.

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  • Cook for Phase One Boys (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Cook for Phase One Boys

    Be a role model for approximately 15 teenage boys between the ages of 16 and 19 years living in our BRIDGES Independent Living Program by cooking a meal with residents. Youth will learn food preparation, meal planning and basic cooking skills. Food is provided by WCH. Volunteers are encouraged to make meal suggestions.

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  • Child Care (View Details) (Inquire)
  • Child Care

    Provide child care for teen mothers in our BRIDGES Independent Living Program. Allow parents with little or no family support the opportunity to have a few hours of personal time for errands and appointments. This is a perfect opportunity for small groups as well as individuals.

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