Volunteering at InKids
Before volunteering with InKids, you must be at least 13 years of age or older with the exception of if you are accompanied by an adult, you must pass a background check, complete our 1-hour volunteer orientation training before starting volunteer work.
We are happy to have you come volunteer with us sometime! Below are some examples of how you might be able to help us out:
- Being a guest speaker at our workshops such as our Spotlight Series Workshops and our Lunch and Learn Workshops.
- Helping with housekeeping and repairs
- Being a peer model in a social group. This opportunity is only open to children or teenagers who are volunteering in our service learning program offered at Kingwood High School.
- Sharing a talent or skill (woodworking, painting, golfing) with our clients
- Helping with babysitting during Including Kids Saturday workshops and Friday Night Parents’ Night Out. Babysitting courses can also be taken at our organization so that you are properly experienced and equipped with the skills to interact with children on the autism spectrum.
- Helping at an Autism Awareness event such as Bingo, Santa’s Workshop, etc.
Other ways that you can help us at Including Kids without having to be physically present at our organization is by being a social media partner (Like, Share, Post, and Connect with us), Spreading awareness in your community, and setting up a fundraiser.
Due to the nature of our work with a protected population of children, we are unable to accept volunteers looking for court-appointed community service hours. If you are interested in volunteering with us, contact us at 281-852-0501 for more information!
Including Kids, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color or ethnic or national origin in the administration of its policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, or any other programs which it administers.