Volunteers

Why Volunteer?

Why Volunteer?

  1. To protect and improve the lives of children
  2. To positively empower and influence others
  3. To be a role model for children
  4. To make a positive difference by giving back and improving your community
  5. To put faith into action

Volunteer Spotlight: Why do you volunteer?

"Butterfly Bridge, Children's Advocacy Center gives hope to a hopeless situation, when seen from the eyes of the children who are victims of abuse. The future rests in the hands of the next generation, whether we like it or not. What kind of a legacy will I leave if these children face a future without hope because Butterfly Bridge's mission could not be funded? Every dollar my efforts raise are an investment in hope. Abused children are often silent victims, and from their silence they cry out for legal protection from everyone in Chilton County. I consider it a privilege to help build hope through fund raising efforts; but, I consider it my responsibility to volunteer with Butterfly Bridge and their mission, as should every responsible adult in Chilton County who knows what this organization accomplishes in the lives of the children who receive their services ."
-- Elizabeth Byrd, volunteer