Battle Ground Public Schools Family and Community Resource Center Volunteer and Support Interest Form
The Battle Ground Public Schools Family and Community Resource Center (FCRC) can provide basic student and family needs only with the robust and active support of volunteers! This is where to sign up for any of our volunteer opportunities you may be interested in.

Please consider volunteering in any of our volunteer opportunities. Specific volunteer times vary and are determined every year but its a big help to know who can help with a project when its time to get it done. Please sign up when it works for you then we'll be in touch when we need help with specific projects (like giving out backpacks in August). We are also happy to work with groups large and small for certain volunteer opportunities.

Background checks are required for ALL FCRC volunteers. To get the background check process started ALL volunteers must to complete the Google form at the link below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdnNOP9tUmfMvUCKP7mkOBg9ZkclxYf19K4WVPEmxfrY2F_6g/viewform

There are two levels of background checks for all FCRC volunteers.
Level 1: FREE! All volunteer opportunities are Level 1 if volunteers WILL NOT have unsupervised access to students.
Level 2: $81. Mentors, Internships and Supportive Services who may have unsupervised access to students. (Financial assistance is available to pay for background checks so please don't let that stop you from expressing your interest.)
Please select the Level 1 or Level 2 in the form below.

Call the BGPS FCRC at 360-885-5434 with any questions and follow the BGPS FCRC Facebook page to keep up with weekly HOT needs in the FCRC.

The BGPS FCRC is located at the CASEE Center at 11104 NE 149th Street Brush Prairie, WA 98606 Hours: During the school year: M-Th 8:30-4:30 Friday 8:30-2:30.

Thank you for considering volunteering to support local students and families!

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Please select Volunteer Level 1 or 2 listed below or indicate Donation type.
Level 1: All volunteer opportunities are Level 1 if volunteers WILL NOT have unsupervised access to students.
Level 2: Mentors, Internships and Supportive Services who may have unsupervised access to students.
Donation Type: Please indicate the type of Donation you would like to make (Clothing, Basic Needs, Financial support etc.).
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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
MENTORING - Mentor an unaccompanied homeless youth to learn how to leave poverty behind.
CLOTHES CLOSET - Sort clothes and fill orders in the clothes closet to help all students have clothes.
BACKPACKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES - Pass out backpacks in August or help with stuffing backpacks with school supplies.
SCHOOL FOOD CLOSETS - Donate food to food pantries throughout the district.
GRAD-PAK - Assist seniors in need with having a full senior year experience (prom grad night etc.)
HOLIDAY GIVING TREES - Help families in need throughout the district with help for the holidays.
GRATITUDE CLUB - Help us thank all of you! Write thank you notes and plan volunteer events.
BIRTHDAY CLUB - Assist students without anything for a birthday with a little something special.
FCRC CENTER HELP - Help put donated items away fold, community materials, help with story time.
WELCOME HOME CLUB - Help a homeless family get settled when they get their own home.
FUNDRAISING TEAM - Work with our fundraising team to drive funds to support our programs.
HOMELESS ADVISORY COMMITTEE - Have any ideas for how to solve homelessness? We want you!
STUFF THE BUS - One day event in August to collect backpacks and school supplies.
MENTOR PROGRAM SUPPORT - I want to support the mentoring program by providing supports to students and mentors with the business I work for or with the skills I have.
COLLEGE INTERNSHIP - Are you in a social sciences program in college? If so this is a great opportunity to learn how to put systems in place to support local families.
SUPPORTIVE SERVICES - I work for an organization that provides supportive services to BGPS students and families.
HOST HOME - I have an additional room in my home and would like to know more about giving an unaccompanied homeless youth a place to live while they complete high school.
SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE LIVING OUTSIDE - I would like to help a family who is living outside in the Battle Ground/North Clark County community by stuffing essential needs bags and helping with other local organizations who do street outreach.
ESSENTIAL NEEDS DRIVES - I would like to do regular collections for basic needs such as shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes/toothpaste, deodorant, school supplies, laundry soap, toilet paper, dish soap, diapers, socks etc. Please indicate what you would like to collect below and where people may drop off items.
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FOOD BAGS - I want to drive to Vancouver every Thursday and pick up bags of food to go home with students on Fridays and deliver them to a school in BGPS.
MENTORING PROGRAM BIRTHDAY PARTY ORGANIZER - I want to organize a monthly birthday party for students in the mentoring program.
Any other way you would like to support students and families in BGPS:
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