Volunteers & Mentors

Building Relationships to Create a Better Tomorrow

Our volunteers and mentors are a part of a caring community who work with our agency youth and assist our staff at our intake, assessment and investigations department. Through the power of one on one relationships, we are committed to nurturing the youth involved with our agency, by offering them fun childhood experiences they may have never received.

Do you want to have fun spending time with a child?
Are you at least 18 years old?
Would you enjoy spending time in our Crisis Center, supporting social workers as they do critical work for our families?
Do you have at least four hours a month to give and can you commit to spending at least six months with us?
Do you have reliable transportation and vehicle insurance?
Can you support the mission of Franklin County Children Services?

If so, please join our team by attending a volunteer orientation and learning about our five volunteer programs:
Simba 
Malaika
College-Bound
Friendship
Crisis Center (We are currently at capacity for Crisis Center volunteers.)

Help us reclaim our youth’s childhoods, while you revisit your own.

Click here to submit an inquiry form to get started.

Click here to download upcoming volunteer orientation dates. (*You must submit an inquiry form prior to attending orientation.)

Click here to view the FCCS Volunteer and Mentor brochure.

Interested in helping in a different way? Click here to send us an email.

 Please contact us at (614) 275-2690 or email us at FCCSvolunteers@fccs.us if you are unable to submit an inquiry.

24-Hour Child Abuse Hotline
(614) 229-7000
General Inquiries
(614) 229-7100