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Pals Program

Becoming a PAL volunteer mentor is as easy as spending a few hours two or more times per month with a child in recreational or learning activities. Whether it's teaching a new sport, fishing, caring for your pet, seasonal activities like carving a pumpkin or decorating for a holiday, making cookies, shopping, running errands, going a park or helping with homework --- a child would love someone to include them in their life.

The PALS Program started in 1973 as a service of Brown County Health and Human Services Department. The PALS Program matches children who are referred by Child Protective Services with an adult volunteer, couple, or family. The children on the Pals waiting list are ages 3 or older. We have a lengthy waiting list of boys and girls who need mentors to serve as positive role models. Volunteer mentors help children adjust to the seperation or loss of parent, enhance self-esteem and confidence and learn new skills.

Pals Recruitment Video 2015

PALS Program

One-on-one or family matches with children ages 3 or older.

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