• Help BuildProject Child Coalition – Project Child is a broad-based coalition whose mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect. Volunteers are needed for help with bulk mailings and other administrative tasks. Project Child also needs volunteers for a variety of planning committees and for several large events.  Contact Project Child.
  • Bucks County Youth Shelter needs volunteers to spend one-on-one time with our kids, playing games, helping with homework, or just being a friend. Contact Lorrie Reddy at the Shelter.
  • Be a Mentor. The children we serve are facing today’s difficult world with many more hurdles to overcome than others their age. Volunteering in the Child Mentor Program provides you the opportunity to offer support, role modeling, tutoring, recreational activities, and life skills development on an outreach basis in the child’s home or community. By volunteering your time to build a supportive relationship with a youth, you can help them reach their full potential and thrive in the community. The program is demanding: Training is required and the children need a commitment of four hours a week, but the rewards are immense. Contact Nikki Graaf.
  • Student Internships are available for qualified graduate and undergraduate students. Internships are offered in human services, education, recreation, administration, information technology, and public relations. Learn more from our Internship Manual, or contact Elizabeth Allen.
  • Special Events Valley Youth House presents a Golf Tournament & Tennis Classic and Sporting Clays Invitational Shoot each year. These events help Valley Youth House raise an important part of our annual support, but they require the hard work of many volunteers. Join us to be a part of great events, have a good time, and help our kids! Contact Christina Schoemaker to see how you can help.
  • Days of Caring Faith based, civic, and corporate groups, including Air Products, PPL, and Liberty Property Trust have provided support to Valley Youth House through Days of Caring. Contact the Development Office to see how you can help