Bethany volunteers enrich the lives of others in many ways. By becoming a volunteer, you can help our ministry improve the lives of children in your community and around the world.
Bethany has offices all over the country that need the help of volunteers. Opportunities may vary depending on the needs of your local Bethany office. Your local office may need help with a special event, such as a fund-raiser, picnic, or golf outing. They may also need your help with clerical duties, such as answering telephones, doing data entry, or preparing special mailings. In some locations where we offer foster care, we need mentors to develop a one-on-one relationship with a child in foster care. You will be a role model and mentor who helps a child discover his or her unique qualities.
Please contact the office nearest you to see how you can help!
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Volunteers play a critical part in our mission “to celebrate childhood and the joy of learning by providing an exciting hands-on environment that inspires learning and encourages self-directed exploration.” At the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum, volunteers play with children, help to build and maintain exhibits, explore art with families, help in the office, and offer their time and skills in many other ways! Most importantly, no matter where you volunteer at the Museum, you make a difference in the lives of children!
Our Youth Volunteers range in age from 14 to 18. Youth Volunteers usually spend their time interacting directly with Museum visitors. This volunteer position is called a Facilitator. To find out what a facilitator does please CLICK HERE!
22 Sheldon Avenue NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Phone: (616) 235-4726
As a non-profit, grant-funded program, we are always looking for dedicated volunteers that desire to work with school-aged youth in an inner-city setting. We are flexible with individual schedules and time commitments, as well as goals in volunteering. Volunteer work can be tailored as best as we can to include different types of experiences, including one-on-one interaction, small group work, general programming assistance, tutoring, and bilingual support, to name a few. To begin, download and complete the Grand Rapids Public Schools Volunteer Application (below), and follow the instructions on how to submit. Be sure to write LOOP next to the school desired in the top right line. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any particular questions.
Recreation Reaps Rewards Public Service
201 Market Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
You can become part of the Club experience by investing time with Club members. Regular volunteers work with one or more of our core program areas and provide a positive influence and safe environment by committing two or more hours at the same time each week. Speaking with a staff member, such as the Volunteer Coordinator, is a great way to decide what kind of Club service is right for you. There is never a wrong time to enhance the character of youth in Grand Rapids.
The types of Volunteering are:
Special Events Volunteer
Art Studio Volunteer
Learning Center Volunteer
Special Programs Volunteer