Becoming a voice in court for Florida's abused, neglected and abandoned children is a rewarding and worthwhile experience. With your compassion and time, you can help provide a future of hope, stability and emotional security for a child.
Our mission is simple: advocating for the child's best interest is our only interest.
If you have an agency, business or community organization in Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty or Wakulla County, you can schedule a free presentation for your group to learn all about volunteering as a guardian ad litem.
Our speaker will talk to your group about how guardians ad litem advocate for abused, neglected and abandoned children in your community and how to get involved by becoming a volunteer guardian ad litem.
Your group will also learn that they do not need to have any prior training, experience or knowledge about child welfare to volunteer — we provide all of the training necessary to become certified as a guardian ad litem.
State employees will learn about the Florida Mentoring Initiative, which allows up to one hour per week of paid administrative leave for participation as a guardian ad litem.
Presentation topics can be customized to fit the specific needs of your group. Whether your group has only five minutes for a quick briefing or an hour for a complete presentation, we welcome the opportunity to speak with your group's members or employees.
Request A Free Presentation
You can submit a GAL Presentation Request eForm to request a free guardian ad litem presentation. The eForm only takes a few minutes to complete and provides us with the information necessary to customize and schedule your presentation.
If you have any questions or wish to speak with someone in our office, please call or email our volunteer recruiter or circuit director.
Schedule of Presentations and Recruitment Events
Nothing Currently Scheduled
Events in January 2023–March 2031
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|Monday, January 30, 2023||Tuesday, January 31, 2023||Wednesday, February 1, 2023||Thursday, February 2, 2023||Friday, February 3, 2023||Saturday, February 4, 2023||Sunday, February 5, 2023|