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VOLUNTEER

Make a difference.

Our network of committed volunteers makes it possible for Crime Victim Services to serve thousands of people in West Central Ohio each year. If you're interested in joining our work as a volunteer, complete the volunteer application form.

Volunteer Interest Form

VOLUNTEER THOUGHTS

The Guardianship program allows me to make a meaningful difference in someone’s life, but always with the confidence of knowing support is there right behind me if things get tricky. In terms of “bang for my buck” of time invested, it’s awesome, and has introduced me to so many people involved in caring for some of society’s more vulnerable members. It’s great.
- Bob Gordon-Hancock, Volunteer Guardian

“From the first day I heard about CASA, I knew it was for me. My initial motivation for becoming a CASA volunteer was to help children who have been removed from their homes because of legitimate concerns such as neglect, abuse or dependency.  I am committed to remain a CASA because I get far more out of being a CASA than I could ever give. I can recommend support networks such as prevention programs, educational programs and mental and behavioral health services that help the care givers to be better and more effective in caring for their children. Not all cases have to end with the permanent removal of the child. I get the opportunity to BE the difference in a child's life.”

 

— Barbara Walton, CASA Volunteer, Allen County