If you are interested in volunteering, we have many opportunities for you! To learn more about volunteering, please click here to drop a note to Tricia Sakles, or call her at (800) 621-8834, extension 112.

Volunteer Opportunities for CHOSEN

Promotional help

Placing posters in targeted communities

Transportation Assistance

Transporting a client to an appointment

Record Keeper

Filing and keeping up of all CHOSEN records as needed (parent and children’s records)

Volunteer Opportunities Good Samaritan Network

Community Assistance

Research and vet community resources
Research viable community agencies that donate goods and services
ESL Tutors
Foreign language interpreters

Wraparound Facilitator

Will guide, motivate, recruit, schedule and organize a wraparound meeting as well as ensure completion of action steps on the treatment plans.

Adopt a Transitional House

Landscaping, supplying household needs, correct maintenance needs.

Good Samaritan Project Volunteer

A GSN Project Volunteer will help by making phone calls to churches and businesses to set up supply donations
Help to count, sort and pull supply orders for GSN Project events
Help deliver and pick up orders and donations

Help Line

Assist a caller during intake, find resources on the internet for specific.
Complete follow up calls

Volunteer Opportunities Safe Families

Promotional help

Calling churches and local organizations to provide information about Safe Families.

Office work

Includes: making packets of information, photocopying, creating files, data entry and making phone calls, and setting up possible appointments.


…for devastating events that have occurred within a few of our CHOSEN families: for the mother of a foster mom had a stroke late last month; for a foster mom whose brother was struck by a car and passed away earlier this month – the 4th family member she has lost in a year – as well as the unexpected removal of her foster youth at the child’s request; for a foster dad whose brother passed away suddenly; and another foster dad who lost his half-brother a couple days after being rushed to the ER.

…for an elderly GSN client who will undergo a kidney procedure, we ask a quick recovery and for her fears about the hospital to be dispelled.

…for an 11-year-old foster child whose biological mother has been inconsistent in her contact with him, leading him to exhibit tantrum behaviors, and for his foster mom as she offers support and care to help him deal with it.

…for a teenage CHOSEN girl who continues to leave home without permission for extended periods. This is compromising her safety and may require that she be placed in a higher level of care.

…for another teenage CHOSEN girl who has left home without permission and has not returned.

…for a former GSN and volunteer family who completed their housing program without success and had to leave with few alternatives. Please remember their 2 high school age children who may be sent to shelters.

…for the husband of a former staff member who has stage II pancreatic cancer and will begin chemotherapy on February 25.

…for the quick recovery of a 3-month-old infant boy who had surgery.

…for a foster mom who is considering whether to take in a difficult placement that was referred to us.

Answered Prayers!

Note: Names have been changed, where necessary, to protect the identities of our kids and families.

We are so thankful for the prayer warriors who have partnered with us! We see His answers every day.

Regarding our prayer for new families to step forward, we had 6 families graduate from CHOSEN pre-service training last month, and 2 families expressed interest in becoming Safe host families after hearing our presentation at Calvary Baptist Church in Bel Air.

We are grateful for a woman who responded to our last Prayer Gram and donated 2 boxes of diapers.

Many thanks to the two who responded to the need of a Safe Families host family who was struggling to pay for car repairs. One of the donors was also a Safe Families host family.

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Safe Families for Children

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