Volunteers are the heart and soul of how we serve the families who come to our clinics looking for help. Support the mission by serving as a volunteer.
Here are several ways to get involved at a Human Coalition women’s care clinic:
Parenting Class Instructor: Lead parenting classes for clients who have chosen life for their child and are first-time parents. Teach parenting tools and educate on subjects such as… feeding your baby, choosing a pediatrician, immunizations, disciplining your child, and much more. Commitment: Make your own schedule with the clients. Typically, four 1-hour classes per client.
Childbirth Class Instructor: Teach first-time mothers how to prepare for labor and delivery. Subjects include available medications, C-sections, breathing techniques, and more. Commitment: Make your own schedule with the clients. Typically, three 1-hour classes per client.
Ongoing Care Volunteers: Assist our nurses and Care Coordinators by making monthly follow-up calls to clients throughout their pregnancy and until they deliver. Make sure she comes by the clinic, with her baby, to pick up a baby gift to celebrate the birth of her little one. Commitment: Once or twice a month to make the follow-up phone calls.
Administrative Office Help: Assist the women’s care clinic staff with specific administrative projects. Light administrative duties could include filing, scanning, shredding, assisting with spreadsheet projects, organizing volunteers for special events, etc. Commitment: Once or twice a month for 2 hours.
Continuum of Care Mentors: Volunteer to walk beside a woman, father-to-be, or couple who has chosen life. Be a role model; coach them in making good lifestyle choices; join them at the food bank or a doctor’s appointment. Special training is provided for this position. Commitment: Once a week for six months.
Events Team Volunteer: Assist the clinic when hosting special events, large fundraisers, and open houses. Assist with setup and teardown. Decorate. Bake. Utilize your administrative skills with registration. And so much more. Commitment: A few times a year.
Ways your small group can get involved:
- Throw a baby shower for a client
- Throw a housewarming shower for a client
- Collect items to fill spa gift bags for our clients
- Host a Diaper Derby collection to refill the diaper and wipes stock for our clients
- Host a Baby Bottle Campaign (fill a bottle with spare change) at your church
- Other small projects, as needed
Other volunteer opportunities to help our clients:
- Résumé Building
- Job Training
- Budgeting Classes
- Couples Counseling
Take a moment right now and fill out the volunteer form below. Indicate your area of interest, and someone from Human Coalition will be in contact with you.
We are so grateful for your willingness to serve as we work together to end abortion.
I am in St. Louis, MO. Are there any other volunteer services, other than being prayer partner, that I could perform on a remote basis? I have professional experience in financial services industry (over 35 years)
Hi Terry – thanks for offering! Just email me directly at [email protected] and I’ll get you connected to the right person. Thanks.
I would truly love to help in any way possible, yet I do not see any clinics near El Paso, Texas, which is the city I reside in. If there is a clinic near me or any way I could help out please notify me!
Thanks so much for the offer to help! We will certainly let you know –
Thank you for this opportunity!
Thank you for the opportunity to be of help. Plz notify me of any open areas of assistance in the Phoenix AZ areas
The work you do is bllessed and so imortant.
I’m interested, but I don’t know if there is any clinics near me in Cleveland, OH
Awesome, Sheri. Yes, we just brought on a clinic there – see http://alternaterm.org/. I’m sure they would love to hear from you!
I reside in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York. I do not believe there are any “Women’s Care Clinics” in my area. Please contact me if there is as I would love to volunteer.
I’m not sure how to help. I don’t think there’s any place near where I’m at. Wheeling WV doesn’t have much.
It’s difficult for me to get out. I can’t drive and depression makes it even more complicated. I want to help but I’m not sure what I can do.
Michelle – thanks for offering to help! We have a clinic about 45 minutes away in Pittsburgh. Perhaps there are some things you could do from home. Here is their contact page, https://hucoprod.wpengine.com/cities/pittsburgh/. I invite you to reach out to them and see if they can plug you in. Thanks!
I live in California. I there anything here like that?
There are some great pregnancy centers in CA that I’m sure would love you have your involvement. What city do you live in?