Published March 23, 2012
The Volunteer Resource Program is the focal point that connects Team Robins' members with service opportunities at Robins AFB. The goal is to tap the creative energy of our community and its organizations and connect them in a meaningful and worthwhile way. Recruitment, training, and recognition, are an integral part of the VRP program and contribute to its success.
Why Should You Volunteer?
To learn/improve a skill
To help your community
To make new friends
To share your talent
Get your foot in the door
The list is endless
Volunteer Opportunities Are Available With These Agencies
American Red Cross
Big Brother/Big Sister
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
Robins Air Force Base Chapel
Robins Air Force Base Clinic
Airman and Family Readiness Center
Houston County Mentoring (REACH) Services
Museum of Aviation
Humane Society of Houston County
Child Care For Volunteers
Recognizing the importance of volunteers to the Air Force community, the AFAS provides funding for the Child Care for Volunteers Program. Currently, volunteers are allowed 40 hours per month per child.
In accordance with AFAS guidelines, it should be noted that this program is not meant to pay for child care for volunteers in resale (Thrift Shop), fund raising, or social activities. It is also not intended that these funds be used to support the base dental clinic assistance training program.
For more information on volunteer opportunities both on and off base, please contact the Airman & Family Readiness Center at (478)926-1256.