Due to COVID-19, our volunteer program has been suspended until further notice. If you are currently on our volunteer list, we will update you when things are back up and running.
If you would like to volunteer in the future, please email email@example.com to be added to our volunteer list.
We look forward to working with you in the near future!
Be the Change
Thank you for choosing to share your time and talents with Utah Foster Care. Volunteers like you contribute to our special programs which directly support Utah’s children in foster care.
Ways You Can Help
We offer volunteer opportunities that fit with every schedule and lifestyle. Check out the choices below, fill out the contact form, and our volunteer coordinator will contact you!
( For corporate volunteer programs, click over to our Corporate Giving page. )
Our public events are an important part of our public awareness and fundraising efforts.
Duties: Help out at one of our yearly events such as the Chalk Art Festival, Fostering Hope Luncheon, or other regional events.
Length of Commitment: 3–4 hours, depending on event or activities leading up to event.
The time you spend helping out in one of our offices is time our staff can use to further our critical mission.
Duties: Help with clerical, data entry, or organization projects. Most projects will take 2–4 hours.
Length of Commitment: Varies based on project.
Times & Days Needed: Weekdays during office hours. Limited weekend opportunities available.
Collection Drive Organizer
Donated items help relieve the financial stress of a foster placement and allow families to focus on the emotional needs of a child.
Duties: Work with a volunteer coordinator to organize a drive at your church, school, company, or neighborhood to benefit children in foster care.
Attention: We request that you confirm which items will be collected prior to starting the drive. Needs for donated goods vary depending on the time of year—and our storage space is extremely limited.
Host a Private Meet-and-greet
Our “Journey with Utah Foster Care” program educates community members about our critical mission through short, small group presentations.
Duties: Host 10–15 family, friends, or coworkers at a one-hour event designed to raise awareness of Utah Foster Care.
Length of Commitment: Several hours inviting and confirming guests, plus the one-hour event.