Parent to Parent of Miami’s volunteers play a vital role in supporting and improving the lives of more than 2000 parents every year in Miami Dade County.
There are many ways YOU can become part of the Parent to Parent of Miami family and help make a lasting impact on our community.
Use your experience and unique perspective as a parent of a child with a disability to sustain the mission and vision of the organization. Together, we help guide, empower and support parents of children and adults with disabilities.
Our volunteers support us in fulfilling our mission of providing families and the community with the information, education and support they need to overcome the challenges children and adults with disabilities encounter throughout their lives.
Join our fundraising events committee and support our efforts to fundraise and help others. Our annual fundraising events include: Journey of Dreams Benefit, Give Miami Day, Holiday Santa Helpers Drive and our Annual Family Engagement Picnic.
Social Media Ambassador
Help families in the community connect with Parent to Parent of Miami. Share information about the benefits, support and services we offer on social media and encourage others to get involved and help spread the word.
Your generosity and gifts can help us provide the support our families need to overcome the challenges of raising children and adults with special needs. Together, we can help transform, improve and brighten their lives.
A Great Cause
The Parent to Parent of Miami journey began in 1986 by parents of children with disabilities to help and support families in similar situations.
Empowering Our Parents & Communities
Today, our efforts empower over 2,000 parents of children and adults with disabilities every year with peer to peer support, information and education that helps them build leadership skills necessary to advocate for their children.
Support and Dedication
As parents of children and adults with disabilities, we offer our own experiences and unique perspectives that give other parents the comfort and trust they need to connect, cope and thrive. Our support helps them improve outcomes for their children and families at home, school, and within their local communities.
DID YOU KNOW
A caregiver of children with special needs spends an additional 30 hours a week (on average) providing care and supportive services in ways not required to care for typical children.
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