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Volunteer Opportunities

Lilliput Families is Northern California’s premier child and family service agency, striving that all children have the opportunity to be part of a safe, nurturing, lifelong family. As we continue to expand our services and our geographic footprint, we have unique opportunities for those hoping to make the difference in the life of a child. You'll find our current volunteer opportunities below...

Non-Discrimination Policy Statement

Lilliput Families values diversity. Lilliput does not discriminate in any way, either in employment or in the provision of any of its services, against any individual or group, because of age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, religion, color, political affiliation, national origin, disability, marital status, actual or perceived sexual orientation, or ancestry.

Lilliput Families is committed to upholding the rights and dignity of all applicants, clients, and employees and treats each in a fair, respectful manner according to the highest professional ethical standards.
These rights include:

• equal, fair treatment including equitable, access to services;
• communication understandable to the involved persons;
• clear, explicit information regarding all fees or charges prior to services;
• informed choice and personal consent regarding services and treatment options; and,
• the protection of confidential information in accordance with legal requirements.

Lilliput is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Office and Play Care Associate 388
Citrus Heights, Napa, Santa Rosa, Sacramento, Stockton

Office & Play Care volunteers perform clerical duties for the office on an as-needed basis, and provide a welcoming, safe, nurturing environment for children in a play care setting.

Specific Responsibilities:
• Greet visitors and callers, route to appropriate personnel.
• Receive, open, date-stamp and route mail and incoming faxes. Address and process outgoing mail.
• Set up and break down of workshops, support groups, trainings and other events held by the agency.
• Compile or update binders, folders and packets upon request and by deadline.
• Maintain office supplies and machines including but not limited to keeping supplies stocked, clearing counter of debris, keeping machines full of paper and powering on and off machines at the start and stop of the business day respectively.
• Assist staff with office equipment such as the copy, fax and postage machine.
• Print, copy, fold, label, sort and mail bulk mailings in accordance to instructions delivered with file and within the specified timeframe.
• Supervising and engaging children in recreational activities, and ensuring all children are checked in and out of play care according to agency protocols.
• Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge Of:
• Microsoft Word and Excel. (Microsoft Outlook, Publisher and PowerPoint is preferred.)
• Work with and maintain sensitive/confidential information.
• Strong verbal communication and listening skills.
• Operate office equipment including telephones, calculators, copiers and fax machines.
• Have demonstrated patience and flexibility when working with children.
• Possibly sitting for extended periods of time.
• Lift 20 lbs. as/if needed.

Qualifications: Must meet required health screening (TB test) and criminal record clearances.

Qualified applicants may e-mail their resume and references to