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Make A Difference By Volunteering For CRADLE.

Volunteer today to join our mission to support and encourage pregnant women and new parents in their journey.

What If I Am Not Qualified To Volunteer?

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At CRADLE, we believe that whatever your profession, hobby, or gift is, you can serve. Studies have shown that non-professional counselors are often more effective in crisis intervention. By volunteering, you will receive the benefits of:


Christian Fellowship.


Greater Accountability.


Spiritual Growth & Maturity.


Obedience to God.


Greater Ability & Boldness to Witness.

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Expert Pregnancy Care In Three Steps:

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1. Reach Out

Reach out today to see how you can volunteer and help CRADLE care for its community.

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2. Volunteer

Volunteers can counsel clients, help with office tasks, maintain the facility, and much more.

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3. Make A Difference

By volunteering, you can help make a difference by guiding pregnant women and new parents through times of crisis.

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When Do I Come To Volunteer?

Volunteer hours can be flexible as long as there is some regularity and consistency. For example, you could do one 2-hour block per week on a certain day, so many times per month, or even the last Thursday of every month. You choose what works for you!

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Laundry: spot removal, washing, drying, folding.

Cleaning: sweeping, mopping, cleaning windows, emptying trash, etc.

Office Work: brochure distribution, making copies, filing, fundraisers, mailings, etc.

Maternity Resource Center: matching outfits, hanging and folding clothes, cleaning baby furniture, assisting shoppers, assembling gift baskets for new parents.

Bible Studies: one-on-one with clients.

Counseling: sessions with clients (training provided).

Become a Board Member: for more information, please contact the Center.

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