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RAPCC survives and thrives on the generous support of its volunteers and financial patrons. If you are interested in learning how you can help RAPCC, please select a link below:





















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RAPCC is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Gifts are tax deductible to the limits of the law and excluding fair market value of premiums received.


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Volunteer Opportunities and Requirements 

Mentors (male or female) work directly with our clients doing intakes and pregnancy tests, as well as pregnancy counseling and mentoring in our Follow-up program. Prerequisites: Phase I and Phase II Training. Commitment: 3 - 6 hours, one day a week, for a minimum of one year, as well as attending regular Volunteer In-services.

Receptionists greet our clients, answer phone calls, schedule appointments, field questions, accept donations and perform clerical duties. Prerequisites: Basic computer skills. Prerequisites: Phase I and Phase II Training. Commitment: 3 - 6 hours, one day a week, for a minimum of one year, as well as attending regular Volunteer In-services.

Class Facilitators lead small group interactions with clients as they delve into topics pertaining to prenatal care, survival strategies for new parents, healthy child discipline, relationship skills, sexual risk avoidance, and spiritual care for young parents. Prerequisites: Phase I training and regular Volunteer In-Services. Varying other requirements are based on teaching experience, small group leadership background, and/or involvement with youth. Commitment: Varies.

Nurses who are specially trained actually do ultrasounds for our clients. Others help by completing pre-ultrasound histories on clients, as well as assisting during the ultrasounds. Nurses also teach classes for our clients. Prerequisites: Associate Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and Phase I Training. Special training is required for those doing ultrasounds. Commitment: 3 - 6 hours, one day a week, as well as attending regular Volunteer In-services.

Clothing Coordinators sort and hang maternity and baby clothing and clean donated baby items, as well as helping clients at our West State Center with their material needs. No prerequisites. Commitment: 3 - 6 hours, one day a week.

Event Committees help us to plan and promote our community events, as well as doing some of the legwork involved in executing a successful event. No prerequisites, however attending Tuesday night New Volunteer Training closest to their start date is highly recommended. Commitment: as needed prior to and during the event.

Church Liaisons provide awareness of RAPCC’s ministry in their church and help to promote our Walk for Life, Change for Life campaign and New Volunteer Training, or any other RAPCC functions. No prerequisites, however attending Tuesday night New Volunteer Training closest to their start date is highly recommended. Commitment: as needed.

Handymen / Gardeners help us do a variety of repairs and maintenance at our East and West State locations as well as our Maternity Home. No prerequisites, however attending Tuesday night New Volunteer Training closest to their start date is highly recommended. Commitment: as needed

Child Care Workers offer caregiving for a small group of infants and toddlers while their mothers attend classes. There are no prerequisites, but child care workers are expected to attend the Phase I Training closest to their start date. Commitment: 2-3 hours, one day a week.

Office Helpers do occasional office duties such as stuffing envelopes and helping with mailings. No prerequisites. Commitment: as needed
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