Help us achieve our vision of a safe, permanent and nurturing home for every child.
ProKids works because of volunteers like you. The first step in changing a child’s life is to attend a Snapshot. During these one-hour informational sessions, you will learn more about our mission, the incredible children we serve, and the many ways you can make a difference in a child's life. Learn more »
Give a child a voice. A Court Appointed Special Advocate, or CASA volunteer, is a trained volunteer who advocates on behalf of the best interest of a child in the foster care system. Learn More »
The first step in mobilizing our community to stop the cycle of abuse and neglect is to spread the word about ProKids’ mission. Our Ambassadors are volunteers who help us take this step by inviting others to learn more about ProKids. As a ProKids Ambassador, you will invite your friends, family, and colleagues to attend a Snapshot in our office, or host a Snapshot for a group you are already involved with in your home, workplace, community center, or place of worship. By becoming a ProKids Ambassador, you will ensure that more waiting children have a voice in Court, and grow up safe in an environment where they can thrive. Please contact Stephanie Kuzma at 513-281-2000 to get started today! Learn More »
Stop the cycle of child abuse in the Greater Cincinnati area. ProKids Young Professionals (PKYP) is a group of active people who are dedicated to raising awareness of child abuse while meeting the needs of the children served by ProKids. Learn more »
Many times our children or families need items such as beds, bedding, dressers, strollers, or cribs. If you choose this team, we will add your name to an email distribution list. You will receive an email whenever a CASA volunteer’s child has a special need. If you have that item in your basement or attic, just respond and pickup will be arranged.
For more information, contact Beth Turk at 513-487-6442, or visit the Contact Us page.
Project Embrace provides preteen and teenagers in foster care with handmade afghans and blankets. It is as simple as picking up a crochet hook, knitting needles, or sitting at your sewing machine. Handmade blankets provide young people with something they can touch and hold to remind them that someone cares. Your crochet, knitting, or quilting talents can provide a loving gesture to our pre-teens and teenagers in foster care.
For more information, contact Jennifer McKettrick at 513-487-6445, or visit the Contact Us page.