Volunteers are needed to provide curriculum assistance to children’s groups during Nurturing Parenting Programs. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and comply with agency criminal background check requirements and stated belief in the agency’s mission.

Volunteers are needed to provide child care (birth-4 years) and assist in implementing children’s activities (4-8 years) during Nurturing Parenting Programs. Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and have taken certified babysitting course or equivalent. By providing free child care to families it eliminates the burden for families to secure child care…

Ice cream socials are a fun way for our guest families to spend time with other families. Groups providing an ice cream social should be prepared to serve the ice cream to families. This option is available Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evenings at 7:30 p.m. Groups interested in serving ice cream to our families should…

Activities bring joy to our families in many ways. You could plan an activity such as a craft, a game night or putting on a show in our theatre. This program provides a much-needed lift to our House and our guest families. These guidelines will help you in planning your activity: ♥ Please limit your group…

Provide a sweet memory for families living in our House by whipping up a tasty treat! Snack Time supplements our Taste of Hope meal program by providing desserts for our meals or a quick breakfast to make the next morning easier for our guest families. Snacks and activities bring joy to our families in many…

You can help give families a Taste of Hope by preparing and serving a meal at Cincinnati’s Ronald McDonald House. Come together with your coworkers, family, friends, church or civic group while you help provide the nutrition kids need to heal and allow parents more time to focus on their critically ill children. We’ll take…

FamiliesFORWARD is always in search of volunteer tutors who would enjoy working one-on-one or in small groups with students. Companies, college students, and others are all welcome to give their time to help students who are struggling to understand reading, math and other learning concepts.

These volunteers allow us to meet the individual needs of as many students as possible by tutoring during Homework Hour.

Our clients are constantly working to find employment, attend trainings and meetings, and secure an education. By volunteering as a Child Care Provider, you are helping our clients reach these goals by watching their children as they balance many priorities often times with no support model. Shelter is looking for Child Care Providers during Shelter…

Youth Leadership Development (YLD) is an after-school program for at-risk youth ages 11-15 to build leadership skills and conduct community service projects. Youth who are not already involved in positive after-school activities and therefore most at-risk are recruited to join YLD through their schools. Groups are held twice a week from 3:00 pm – 5:00…

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