Want to be a Carousel Center Volunteer?

The Carousel Center has flexible and meaningful volunteer opportunities for those interested in sharing their time and unique talents toward restoring hope to children who have been abused.

Want to make a difference? Here are some ways you can help:

  • You and/or Your organization may host a fundraiser to financially benefit Carousel Child Advocacy Center.
  • Host a drive to fill needs from our Wish List

The Board and Committees currently meet Live and via ZOOM:

  • Serve on the Board of Directors – we are seeking individuals who represent the community we serve and who will provide leadership and business savvy to the organization. Seeking members from Brunswick and Pender counties!
  • Marketing and Communications Volunteers: Help raise awareness of the problem of child abuse and how Carousel Child Advocacy Center is here to meet the challenge!
    • Are you savvy with Video Production for social media? We’d love your help sharing our mission, Meet the Team, Behind the Scenes, and Testimonials.
    • Do you like to write? Develop content for our website, press releases, etc.
    • Put your marketing savvy to work to help us devise a marketing plan and help execute the plan!
  • Development & Fundraising Event Committee Members –  It’s not what you know; it’s who you know!  Help ensure that the organization has the necessary funds to fulfill its mission.
    • Secure Sponsorships & Auction items
    • Plan events


  • Unpaid Development, Marketing, Forensic, and Clinical Internships must commit to a 12-month internship.
  • BSW and MSW internships for the 2024-2025 School year are full. We are now accepting inquiries for the 2025-26 school year.
  • UNCW Students check out Handshake for Paid WorkStudy opportunities at the Carousel Child Advocacy Center.
  • Please complete the Internship Inquiry form on the JOIN OUR TEAM Page.

Front Desk Greeters – Wilmington and/or Supply offices – 4-hour shift at least one day during the week.
(Our offices are closed on weekends).

  • Greet child and caregiver upon arrival, orienting to the facility, and provide child supervision as needed;
  • Perform a variety of administrative/clerical duties;
  • Answer incoming phone calls.
  • We ask for a 12-month commitment.

Interested in volunteering?  Complete the Volunteer inquiry form below – let’s see if we are a match!

All volunteers must be 21 years of age or older and must complete a full application; upon commitment, a volunteer will need to complete a background check and drug test.

Interes en ser voluntario?

Miembros de la comunidad Afro-LatinX son bienvenidos a participar como voluntarios en nuestra agencia con oficinas ubicadas en Wilmington y Supply.  Para más información comuníquese con Frannie, Family Advocacy Supervisor LatinX al (910)254-9898.  (Members of the Afro-LatinX community are welcome to volunteer in our Supply and Wilmington offices)

Carousel Center Volunteers are awesome

Volunteer Profile

Michael Snyder answered the call for volunteers in 2013. Michael greets families and spends time with the children. He also helps out with various handyman tasks around the office such as putting together furniture or changing air filters. Micheal exclaims “The Carousel Center is a great agency and I cannot say enough good.” In 2016, Micheal was awarded the Tin Man Volunteer Award – because he has the biggest heart!

Volunteer Inquiry Form

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The Tri-County Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Initiative launched on April 1, 2022; with the goal to train 10% of the adult population in Stewards of Children to reach a tipping point in New Hanover, Pender, and Brunswick Counties.

At the end of January 2024, over 5,000 adults have been trained to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse!

Join the local Tri-County Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Initiative, or partner with Carousel Child Advocacy Center to become a distinguished “Partner in Prevention”.

Contact Rebecca Martin, Child Abuse Awareness/Outreach Coordinator at (910) 254-9898 or [email protected]