We depend on dedicated volunteers for general help in our office, special events, marketing and fundraising, as well as coordinating and supporting counselling and community programmes.
If you have time, flexibility and want to make a difference in the lives of young people and families, please contact us. We will find the right opportunity to make good use of your skills and talents.
Become a Family Centre volunteer. Become an agent for positive change.
FAMILY CENTRE SPECIAL EVENTS
Volunteers are the backbone of our special events. Volunteers add the “fun” to fundraising and bring their skills in hosting, event management, technological support and more. Our events volunteers directly contribute to raising funds to sustain our programmes and services, and help raise community awareness of Family Centre.
Upcoming Events include:
Cup Match Tag Day – Wednesday, July 27, 2022
We are back to in-person tagging! Give your time at one of our tagging stations across the island for one hour or more. Wear your team colours – and have fun! All funds raised from Family Centre’s Cup Match Tag Day goes towards our critical outreach programmes: Youth Leadership Academy, Beyond Rugby Bermuda and Beyond Yoga Bermuda; and our Counselling services for children and families. Thanks to you, our programmes and services are provided at no cost to families!
Passport to Dine Around the World – September 24, 2022
It’s the perfect getaway! Help us make our new signature event a success. Join us at Rosewood Tucker’s Point to help host this fundraising event featuring culinary delights and wine pairings from Italy, Japan, Spain, France, Germany, United Kingdom, USA and Bermuda. Volunteer roles will include: check-in, scanning “boarding passes” and distributing event “passports”, event setup and breakdown, assistance on event planning committee.
PGA Tour Bermuda Championship – October 27th – 30th, 2022
Sign up as a volunteer for Family Centre at the Bermuda Championship and get to witness some of the world’s greatest golfers play inside the ropes. Thanks to your support, Bermuda Championship will donate $200 per volunteer to Family Centre! This amazing partnership between Family Centre and the Bermuda Championship will help us make this a wonderful event for our children and families and for our island home. Various volunteer roles available for 3 half day shifts. Registration for 2022 will open soon – Learn more.
Coffee for a Cause / Cocktails for a Cause – Throughout the year
These small, intimate group settings truly help people in the community to understand our mission to strengthen families and children. Host a Coffee Morning or Cocktail Evening at your Home, Office, or virtually on Zoom! We can take care of event registration and we are happy to provide a presentation on Family Centre programmes and services.
1. BEYOND RUGBY BERMUDA:
CedarBridge Academy and The Berkeley Institute: As part of Beyond Rugby, students are provided with academic support and coaching before they head to the rugby field. We are consistently seeking individuals to provide students with both general academic support and targeted academic tutoring by specific subject areas. Once a year, we also seek volunteers to support youth in topics such as resume writing, networking, interviewing skills and public speaking.
Beyond Rugby has 4 core pillars: Academic Motivation, Social and Emotional Growth, Character Development through Rugby, and Vision and Exposure Building. We are always looking to connect youth to new ideas, people, experiences, and skill building opportunities that align with these four pillars. Therefore, we seek volunteers and organizations who are keen to share their passions, skills, talents and experiences and who can help us connect youth with opportunities.
2. YOUTH LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (YLA):
Family Centre offers a 3 –phase Youth Leadership Academy programme. This programme is strength based and rooted in the philosophy that all youth deserve the opportunity to fulfill their leadership potential. YLA aims to give at-risk youth a chance to fulfill their full potential, to become self-sufficient, productive citizens, and community leaders.
For more information, contact Deneca Zuill, Senior Community Support Worker and Lead Coordinator for Youth Leadership Academy Programme, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. FAMILY GROUPS:
Family Groups are run as intensive modules that are available to any parent or guardian and their child in the community. The modules are on different topics promoting positive parenting through various exploration of various family issues. This group is geared to parents who want to improve family relationships and learn more effective ways to develop their parenting skills. There will typically be 5-6 Family Groups on different topics annually. Topics include parent stress management, parent-adolescent bonding, discipline, co-parenting & blended families and budgeting. Volunteers are needed to shadow families, help facilitate curriculums with the children and to help set-up and break-down for the group. Family Groups take place on Monday evenings from 5:30-8:00 at Family Centre.
Ideal volunteers include college students working towards a degree in child related fields or professionals who have experience working with children and families. Active Family Group volunteers will be invited to participate in a Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) orientation course. Please note that limited volunteer positions for this service are available.
2. SPECIALIZED CAMPS:
Our therapeutic summer camps aim to provide students with the necessary tools to enhance their ability to engage in positive social interactions and practice effective self-regulation. Camps are held during the Spring and Summer school breaks. Various activities are provided such as morning therapeutic group sessions and afternoon outings.
Volunteers for camps will assist the staff as necessary which includes shadowing children who may need extra help, providing teaching/classroom assistance, and modeling appropriate social skills.
Ideal volunteers include college students working towards a degree in child related fields or professionals who have experience with children. Volunteers are also expected to have successfully passed a Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) orientation course. Please note that limited volunteer positions are available for Specialized Camps.
For more information, contact Susan Richardson, Director of Counselling Services, at email@example.com.
General assistance encompasses a variety of tasks. It can range from simple office assistance to special projects that pop up from time to time. Volunteers will be contacted as needed for these volunteer tasks.
With all our volunteer opportunities, regular commitment is encouraged. Flexibility is possible.