Safe Families for Children

Indianapolis

Volunteer Application

Volunteer with Us!

There are so many ways to volunteer with Safe Families for Children, and getting started depends on where you want to serve.

You will find all of the different ways to serve below; however, you can click here to see a listing of our immediate needs.

Serving Hands

Learn More

If you are unsure where you fit in this ministry, either contact complete the Request Information Form, and someone from the Central Indiana office will follow up with you.

Become a Host Family

If you are looking for a truly rewarding experience, consider becoming a Safe Families for Children (Safe Families) Host Family. You will make a lasting impression on a child in need and possibly change the trajectory of a family.

Learn more or start the Host Family Application.

Become a Family Coach

Volunteer Family Coaches play a vital role in Safe Families by helping parents get back on their feet.

Learn more or Start a Family Coach Application.

Become a Family Friend

Safe Families Family Friends encourage and strengthen families in crisis by performing small tasks.

Learn more or start the Family Friend Application.

Become a Resource Friend

As a Safe Families Resource Friend, you can provide items to help families struggling with life’s challenges or donate items or services to help our chapter.  Let’s face it; we all have extra items or unused stuff, such as furniture or bicycles. Donating these items can help meet critical needs of families.

Resource friends do not have direct contact with biological families, instead they serve behind the scenes to support the ministry.

Learn more or Start the Resource Friend Application.

Become a Reference

Click here for the reference form

 

Kingdom’s Kloset

You can also donate gently used children’s clothing to Kingdom’s Kloset. Click here for more information.

Intern with Safe Families for Children

An internship at Safe Families for Children is an amazing, life-changing way that you can get experience in your field of social work, communication or business while earning college credit.  Click here to learn more about current internship opportunities.