Volunteer with WJRF

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Volunteer Opportunities

Second Thursdays Support Group

Our monthly support group for caregivers and children of the incarcerated meets the second Thursday of each month from 6-7:30pm. Volunteers are needed to help supervise 10-15 children during this time, participate in games and activities etc. to engage them. Meals are also needed. If you are interested in donating a meal for 25 people for Second Thursdays, please email us!

ACT Prep Class

Meets with high school students on Thursdays at the Paul Sawyer Public Library from 4:30-5:30pm.

Video Supervision

Volunteers would be responsible for downloading a visitation app on their smart phone and using it to allow children of the incarcerated to have video visits with their parent. A weekly schedule would be set up with a meeting time and location. During meeting time, you allow child to use your phone and you supervise visit.


We need drivers willing to drive our kids to extracurricular activities throughout the week. This could include driving a kid to karate, gymnastics, dance etc. Volunteers also needed to transport families and children to college visits, jail facilities etc.


We are bringing Amachi to Frankfort! We are looking for individuals, ages 21 and up, to be mentors to our kids. This is a serious commitment and requires a 2-3 hour training. Mentors spend a minimum of one hour per week with their mentee and commit for at least one year.

KRUSH Summer Camp

Volunteers needed to plan a summer camp for our KRUSH kids!

Administration Support

Volunteers needed to meet with caregivers/parents to get intake forms completed and signed once they sign up for our programs. Data entry. Enrollment and communications in extra-curricular activities. Grant research and writing. And much more!


Volunteers for Family Fellowship events, holiday events, our annual Gala and other activities for our families.


We can always use your help!

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Interested in volunteering? Fill out our volunteer form to get the process started.

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