Volunteers can make a large impact working in our administrative offices sorting donations, filing paper work and cleaning toys. With two campuses that see clients 6 days a week there is always something that needs attention. If you are interested in helping with big jobs like yard work, painting and regular facility maintenance, we can find a job for you. All Faiths also holds several large fundraising events throughout the year where volunteers are crucial for success. Please fill out the form below. You have the option of filling the form either online or printing a paper copy and filling it manually:
Background Check:* Please be advised that All Faiths is regulated by the Children, Youth and Families Department of the State of New Mexico, which requires a Criminal Record Clearance report to be obtained on all volunteers who work directly with children. The following convictions *may disqualify a person from volunteering as a provider of direct care to children, as per the General Provisions Governing Criminal Records Checks and Employment History Verification 184.108.40.206, effective July 30, 2001. (1)Child abuse and/or neglect; (2) Family or domestic abuse or violence; (3) Any crime against a child, including, but not limited to pornography, false imprisonment, kidnapping, endangerment of a minor, contributing to the delinquency of a minor; (4) Rape, criminal sexual penetration, criminal sexual contact, incest or other non-consensual or forcible sexual acts; (5) Any crime involving adult abuse, neglect or financial exploitation; (6) Indecent exposure; (7) Felony larceny, robbery, burglary or aggravated burglary; (8) Felony trafficking of controlled substances; (9) arson; (10) Any criminal offense involving fraud; (11) Any crime involving moral turpitude, including but not limited to prostitution, solicitation, possession of controlled substances, minor in possession of alcohol, driving while intoxicated or driving under the influence (both felon and misdemeanor), petty theft and any other offense that a reasonable person believes would impact a person’s ability to provide a safe setting for a child. *Any person who is denied the privilege of providing childcare services may request a review pursuant to 220.127.116.11 (of these provisions).
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