Volunteer With Us

 

If you are drawn to help local children and families you will find volunteering at EBAC immensely rewarding. Opportunities exist for all levels of volunteering from a one-time shift helping with an after-school event to a 14 month commitment to lead a support group.
Two EBAC programs have comprehensive volunteer programs:

Circle of Care (Illness and Grief Support Services)
 in which you may become a facilitator for a grief or illness support group, working with children, teens or their families when a family member has died or is living with a potentially fatal illness.

CAP
 (Child Assault Prevention) in which you may assist with workshops that educate Alameda County children, youth and parents/care givers  to recognize and respond to child abuse and all forms of assault including bullying behavior, sexual assault, child abduction and other forms of violence. 

 

In addition to these two programs, you may volunteer with the EBAC Auxiliary, host a fundraiser, or assist with special events or general office assistance.

For more information, please contact EBAC's Chief Development Officer, Julie West at (510) 844-6708 or jwest@EBAC.org

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