Benefits of Volunteering
Child Find PEI distributes a Newsletter 4 times a year to all volunteers, community groups, policing agencies, and other missing children's organization.
Periodically, there is an opportunity for Child Find volunteers to attend conferences, seminars or training workshops. Such events may be sponsored by another agency, and costs for volunteers to attend will be absorbed by Child Find PEI.
Our Board Directors:
Child Find PEI is governed by a Board of Directors, all of whom are volunteers. If you have been a volunteer for Child Find PEI for over 3 months and would like to become a board of director, contact the Office Manager at 368-1678 for more information.
Case workers interact directly with and provide support to families of missing children. They are trained to work closely with police agencies and other caseworkers. Interest in becoming a caseworker should be given to the Primary Case Manager.
When several volunteers are required to attend the same event, transportation may be provided.
Volunteers will be recognized for their contribution and commitment to Child Find PEI. Volunteer Recognition is a program in constant revision. Only you, the volunteer, can make this program a success. We rely on your input and feedback in determining the best way to reward you for a job well done. Some suggestions are certificates, gifts, and group events. We look forward to your input.