Opportunities for Giving Back

Volunteers, interns, and donors are a vital part of our mission, helping to provide a caring service to child victims of abuse and their non-offending family members. Our volunteers and interns are instrumental in raising awareness about child abuse in northeast Texas, advocating for families and children, and providing overall general support to our Center staff. We're excited and grateful that you are interested in giving back to the children and families we serve.

Our Volunteer and Donor Support Team

Jennifer Williams, Volunteer & Special Events Coordinator

Shelly Martinez, Operations & Development Associate


To become a volunteer:

  • You must be at least 18 years old
  • Complete a volunteer application
  • Complete and pass a background check
  • Make a minimum commitment of 3 months to your volunteer assignment
  • Upon background check clearance, be available for a Center tour, training, and meeting with staff

Types of Service

Opportunities for direct and indirect volunteer service include:

  • Family assistance at one of three offices (Emory, Gilmer, and Winnsboro)
  • Provide after-hours family assistance in our Winnsboro office (on-call)
  • Social work internships (with Director approval)
  • Community Presentations
  • Provide meals for meetings and events
  • Administrative and office support
  • Staff fundraising or community events
  • General support
  • Help with Angel Tree (contact families, write angels, gather gifts, etc.)

Once volunteers clear the application and background check process, our staff will provide orientation and training. Most opportunities allow for flexible scheduling. If you are ready to apply, you can download the Volunteer / Intern Application and Background Check Form. For any questions, please contact Jennifer Williams at jwilliams@netcac.org or (903) 629-7588.