Become a Volunteer
Each youth from foster care is one caring adult away from being a success story. You could be that one person!
WAY Alliance has a number of volunteer opportunities where you can make a difference. Take a look at the list below to see what position might be a good fit for your skills, interests, or abilities. (And don't worry, we'll train you for the position!)
Mentors meet one-on-one with their youth each week to set goals, offer guidance, and develop a relationship. View a detailed description of a WAY Alliance mentor (PDF). Learn more about how to become a WAY Alliance mentor.
Small groups (minimum of 4 adults 25 years old and up) are matched with a youth and pray for them regularly. They also serve as an extended network of support for the youth and send cards and encouraging letters on holidays and on the youth's birthday. View a detailed description of Small Groups (PDF).
Life Skills Facilitators
Life Skills Facilitators conduct life skills classes for mentor/youth matches. View a detailed description of a Life Skills Facilitator (PDF).
Recreation Facilitators lead a one-time social or recreational event for mentor/youth matches. View a detailed description of a Recreation Facilitator (PDF).
How can you volunteer?
The first step toward volunteering is to attend an online Information Meeting. See the calendar below for upcoming meeting dates.
To sign up for an info meeting (or to schedule a different time for a virtual info meeting) simply complete the form below. (We will be replying to your inquiry from an @wayalliance.org email address, so please make sure it's whitelisted in your email program!)