Child Care Answers Volunteering
As a small organization that is new to operating independently, we rely on the help of volunteers. Volunteers who know Central Indiana or the early care and education field help us better serve our audiences. Whether you share your expertise, time, or manpower, we could use you to make what we do even better – volunteer today!
I had worked so often with Child Care Answers that when I heard about their plans to become an independent organization and expand some of their services I was excited for the opportunity to be a small part of it! I love their passion for the work that they do. The enthusiasm for helping families and children is contagious. Their knowledge level and expertise is also so impressive. I learn something new every time I read a report or hear a staff member speak at a meeting.
Areas of need
Volunteers will receive orientation to Child Care Answers, in addition to position-specific traiing. Feel free to contact us if you are available to offer assistance outside of the areas listed. Locations and days vary according to position – contact us to learn more.
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Serve in an advisory role in areas related to our new non-profit organization
Write grants that meet Child Care Answers’ goals or share your expertise with child care providers
Community fair assistants
Attend local fairs to represent Child Care Answers services
Proof readers / editors
Help professionalize newsletters, brochures, reports, and websites
Provide guidance to develop low-cost marketing strategies for Child Care Answers’ target audiences
Graphic and Web Designers
Help with flyers, brochures, or other media for events and consumer education material
Subject Matter Experts
Share your expertise with families or child care providers on topics based on your individiual skills, including topics such as business, health, or law
Community Outreach Volunteers
Discuss and deliver resources to local businesses, social service agencies, and places where families spend time
Front Office Volunteers
Greet visitors, answer phones, and provide basic clerical support
Data Entry Volunteers
Update multiple databases and/or directly contact child care programs to gather updates