How to Help
Volunteer Your Time
Thinking of volunteering at the Community Pregnancy Center?
CPC is a local non-profit organization in Anchorage, Alaska which serves women and men who are facing pregnancy and parenting decisions.
We have volunteer opportunities for women and men available, both inside and of out the center that support our mission and ministry.
Most volunteer shifts are 4 hours/day once a week. We do have evening and weekend opportunities available as well.
Check out this great video from nurse Mary to learn more about volunteering at CPC.
Meet one-on-one with a woman about her potential pregnancy, help her navigate the next steps and provide support. May also serve as Life Lessons mentor for moms-to-be and new moms.
Dadhood Coaches meet one-on-one with Dads or Dads to-be to help them learn what to expect in pregnancy and beyond as they start their dadhood journey.
Encourage, advise, and help women learn about their pregnancy stages, parenthood, and life skills. Assist with delivery of pregnancy and parenting classes.
Processes and prepare Mini Depot donations. Stock Mini Depot items. Assist moms and dads-to-be as they shop in the Mini Depot.
Meet with women and/or lead a PACE group for women who have experienced an abortion past and are in search redemption, hope and healing. *All facilitators have experienced an abortion in their past and have found healing from the Lord.
Provide compassion and support to women and men who have experienced Pregnancy Loss through miscarriage or still birth. Team members may connect with individuals one on one, or facilitate a small group.
Lead “Brightbirth Academy” our Childbirth Education Classes. All training and curriculum is provided. We envision teams of two of three working together to lead these courses for members of our community.
Providing limited obstetric ultrasound scans to confirm the pregnancy, continuing discussion of pregnancy plans and concerns, and provide resources and referrals.
There are additional requirements, certifications and training required to perform ultrasound at CPC. These will be discussed during your information session.
HELP CPC BY JOINING THE
MEDICAL ADVISORY TEAM
You will provide input, advise, and help research New Clinical Services. You will help develop relationships with the Anchorage Medical Community, and review & recommend Medical/Clinical Policy & Procedure
MAT will meet once each quarter – or as determined by the team with limited projects shared between members
CPC does not exist without churches! Help connect your church to CPC by becoming a church ambassador. Spread the word around church, on social media, and with friends about CPC. Encourage attendance and participation at our events.
Buildings need TLC and repairs from time to time! Plumbing, painting, electrical, doors and locks, you name it – at some point we probably will need help with it. Help keep the center going by helping with facility needs that might arise.
Do you offer a specific skill set you think CPC can benefit from? Snow Removal? Grounds Work? Videography? Photography? We would love to hear from you.
Are you a computer and networking wiz? We would love your help with our network and computers.
Prayer is so important in the work the Lord has us doing at CPC! We have two ways – Join our prayer team and receive our weekly prayer email by signing up on the pray for CPC page . Bring a group, ministry, mission team or church to CPC and host a prayer night – email email@example.com or call 907-337-9292 we will work with you on a day and time.
Are you looking for a place to serve with a large group? We often have a variety of opportunities available for large groups – from grounds keeping and organizing, to cleaning inside and helping to prepare for mailings and events. Depending on the size of your group and ages, we can usually find something for everyone. Help us complete our To Do List! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 907-337-9292.
Help plan and execute CPC’s large annual events, the Spring Lunch, Tea, & Auction (April) and the Fall Connections Dinner (October). Opportunities range from leading a subcommittee, being a part of a subcommittee, or helping the day of the event. There are a variety of roles available! Contact Jill by email or call 907-375-7303.
Once we connect with you – we will give you an application packet.
Complete application and we will get you scheduled for an interview!
After the interview, we will contact your three (3) references and do background check as needed.
Training and shadowing will be scheduled once steps 1-3 have been completed!
Please note some positions require a $25 training fee to help cover material costs.