Ways To Support The Family Justice Center

With the aid and support of dedicated volunteers, the Prince George's County Family Justice Center remains a client-centered and survivor-driven safe haven for its clients. If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities available at the Prince George's County Family Justice Center please complete the application online.

Ways To Support The Family Justice Center
Volunteer Today!

Make a Difference. Become a Volunteer.

Imagine yourself in a crisis, rushing into a strange building with your children in tow. You’re scared, hurt, and have no place to rest or find safety.

Then, you open the doors of the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center, an initiative of the Circuit Court, to find a safe and calm environment. The reassuring voice of a volunteer offers you a seat or some water and shows your children the playroom. Then, you’re led to a safe office where a knowledgeable service provider listens to you and suggest resources to assist with your needs. Suddenly, getting help seems a little less frightening and there’s a glimpse of something you did not believe you would ever find again.

HOPE! Hope is the difference a volunteer makes. With the aid and support of dedicated volunteers, the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center remains a client-centered and survivor-driven safe haven for its clients. If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities available at the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center.

At the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center there are an array of volunteer opportunities available for community members such as:

  • Administrative Support
  • Community Outreach
  • Childcare Assistance
  • Event Planning
  • Special Projects

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Volunteer Today!

At the Prince George's County Family Justice Center there are an array of volunteer opportunities available for community members such as:

Administrative Support

Administrative volunteers assist in administrative operations of the PGCFJC performing clerical/administrative tasks such as answering the business phone line, transferring/logging calls, providing callers information about the PGCFJC, assisting with the distribution of mail, filing support, data entry, assisting with mailings and other projects, other administrative support as assigned.

Event Planning

The individual will directly assist the Outreach/Volunteer Coordinator with the organizing of the PGCFJC events and activities.

Community Outreach

The individual will assist the Outreach/Volunteer Coordinator and all partner agencies with outreach to schools, community organizations, and other external events.

Special Projects

Working under the supervision of the Outreach/Volunteer Coordinator, Special Projects Volunteers will provide support in specific areas of need. The individual will assist in providing support on special projects, attending community events and/or trainings on behalf of the PGCFJC.

Childcare Assistance

Children checked into the Family Room will be protected from witnessing Client interviews to avoid reliving the traumatic home experience. The individual will guide each child to play areas within the Family Room.

Champion of Hope!

Become a Champion of Hope Partner:

The Prince George's County Family Justice Center requests the support of local businesses and organizations as Champion of Hope partners.

Becoming a Champion of Hope partner is a great way for your business or organization to connect with the community through innovative and informative methods.

If your business or organization would like to become a Champion of Hope partner, please let us know.

Please feel free to contact Ashley Grier, Outreach/Volunteer Coordinator at (301) 952-2546 or aygrier@co.pg.md.us should you have any questions or need additional information.

There are several steps you can take to become a Champion of Hope Partner:

1. Sponsor a community event
1. Sponsor a community event

Sponsor a community event in collaboration with the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center.

2. Volunteer To Serve
2. Volunteer To Serve

Volunteer to serve as a group for a special project or event, host a donation drive or collect Hope Kits for victims in need.

3. Lunch with a Purpose
3. Lunch with a Purpose

Host a Lunch with a Purpose or community meeting at a preferred location of your choice or virtually.

4. Resource Brochures
4. Resource Brochures

Display and distribute resource brochures and related materials from the Prince George’s County Family Justice Center.

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If you would like to schedule an outreach presentation or activity, please contact Ashley Grier, Outreach/Volunteer Coordinator at AYGrier@co.pg.md.us.

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