Facilitators walk alongside grieving children, teens, or adults. Volunteers serve with the “littles,” “middles,” “teens,” or “adults,” providing families a safe environment during support group nights in a small group setting.
All volunteers attend a comprehensive training designed to help prepare them for the year ahead. You will learn many tools to help not only our families, but also yourself in this journey. Consistency in volunteers is very important to Billy’s Place and the families we serve. Continuing education of three hours per year is required to further enhance your skills.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Like all non-profit organizations, a Board of Director governs Billy's Place. The board meets monthly and is very involved in the development and growth of the organization. We ask board members to attend 8 of 10 monthly meetings each year, observe one grief support group night a year and attend at least one of four Billy’s Place family/community events.
Prerequisites: Previous board experience is helpful, but not required. Billy’s Place encourages millennials seeking experience to apply as well. The most important factor is a desire to serve.
Billy’s Place accepts volunteer and BOD applications on an ongoing basis.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Billy's Place!
GROUPS ARE NOT HELD IN JULY