AUTISM AWARENESS FESTIVAL
This festival is a chance for the community to come together as one, and for families with special needs to make connections they might not be able to otherwise.
The entire festival is volunteer-run for everything from set up to race registration to games. Before the festival there will be a mandatory volunteer meeting, available on two different days, to give instruction on each area. Registration is required.
The first Friday of the month September - May, we offer a respite evening for the parents of special needs children. From 6:00 - 9:00 pm, we offer a safe place for these children and their siblings to have fun while their parents get an evening off.
Before each Parents' Night Out, there is a mandatory meeting for volunteers at 5:00 pm, including a provided dinner, for instructions specific to each child or station. Registration is required.
OFFICE TASKS & POSITIONS
A critical thinker and writer who will seek out and apply for funding opportunities to help Anchor of Hope to expand programs and projects throughout the community.
Resource Library Manager
An organized and creative person to keep the Resource Library up-to-date and ready for use.
Someone with computer and organization skills to take charge of keeping track of scholarship statuses and following up with families to ensure they receive help as soon as possible.
A technically savvy person to keep the community connected through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media accounts. We'd love to involve a high school or college student in this position.
A youth-loving, take-charge person with organizational management skills to recruit and communicate with volunteers in preparation for Anchor of Hope events and programs.