Volunteer and Make an Impact
Share Your Expertise
Do you have expertise in an area of practical living? Our youth love learning from professionals who are willing to share their unique experiences and expertise in life skills.
Our life skills program is based on Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs. We cover 7 basic areas of life: achievement, mental health, finances, social skills, self-care, and personal safety.
Our guest speakers have included lawyers, entrepreneurs, a professional comedian, an ultra-long-distance athlete, an MFT, a pastor, and youth favorite, Finally Family Homes’ own current Chairman of the Board, VP of Economic and Workforce Development at the College of the Canyons, Jeffrey Forrest.
If you have an hour to give during the workday to share with our youth, let us know!
Give Your Space
Youth who are leaving foster care alone need your help. There are a variety of ways to get involved and increase the impact on the lives of these promising young adults.
Do you have an extra room or a guest house? We need hosts! Our host homes program is gearing up. But we need some kind, wonderful families to open their homes. Learn about the hosting experience and the difference you can make as a host.
Know someone who might be a good fit? Let us know!
Sharing is Caring
The responses we hear when we tell others about the struggles of young adults aging out of foster care alone tells us that when people find out, they care.
We often hear things like:
“I had no idea!”
“I never thought about what happens to kids who never got a forever family.”
“I didn’t realize so many became homeless!”
You can help us get the word out about the struggles they face and the solutions we offer by sharing in person and on social media.
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We share our success materials and messages on Etsy, too. Like and share our products on Etsy and buy some helpful tools for yourself, too. All proceeds to serving our mission.
Are you a member of a community that likes to give back?
We have opportunities for companies, organizations, church groups, or school clubs that are collectively available to help complete group-oriented tasks.
Pictured above: Valencia Hills Community Church’s youth group helping to wrap gifts and write cards for transition-aged foster youth at Christmas.
Not sure what interests you most? See our detailed description of opportunities at Finally Family Homes on our Volunteer Interest page.
Have an idea you don’t see listed? Reach out to us and let us know!