GASP Volunteers

The unselfish effort to bring cheer to others will be the beginning of a happier life for ourselves.” — Helen Keller


Becoming a Parenting Pal Volunteer

  • Want to have more meaning in your life?
  • Do you enjoy working with children and want to do something that is satisfying and of great service to your community?

Then become a Parenting Pal volunteer!

Volunteers are needed to service families of single parents who are attending self-help classes. Becoming a Parenting Pal volunteer is similar to being part of the village needed to raise a child.

The only qualification required is your desire to help someone in need.

  • You don’t need any childcare skills
  • You don’t need a college degree
  • You don’t even need to know what to say

Play games with children, talk, laugh, share and help support parents as they are attending self-help classes.

Sign up for our Parenting Pal volunteer training sessions. Most of the training is self-paced, online with one all-day in-training session.

For more information, call Tameka Anderson, GASP Parenting Pal director at 470-485-2688