Volunteer & Donation Opportunities at Parrish Children’s Center
Parrish Medical Center is a nonprofit organization, and we depend on the
generous support of our community in order to continue providing cost-effective,
high quality health services in Brevard County. We greatly appreciate
all donations and the efforts of our volunteers. Know that your contributions
go on to make a significant difference in the lives of others.
Click here if you would like to make a donation to Parrish Children’s Center.
Contact us today if you would like to volunteer.
I have been volunteering at the Center for about six years. The staff is
very welcoming, and I have great respect for how the teachers work with
the kids. My passion for working with younger children is expanded by
how much fun I have when the kids are interacting with me. They now know
me and we can have fun together.
I like taking the time to reach out and help others. At The Children’s
Center, I feel like I am making a positive impact on the kids every time
Karen and John McRae
John: The innocence of a child. When I do my magic tricks, I love to see
the look of amazement on the children’s faces. Their smiles bring
me joy, and I hope that I am inspiring them to think and question everything.
Karen: When we read to the kids, we are bringing the storybook characters
to life. The children are receiving hands-on learning, while we receive
satisfaction in knowing we are engaging young children in the love of reading.
It’s important for us to give back. John and I choose to support
the Center as we appreciate the people who have helped my grandson grow
and develop over the years. It’s a wonderful environment for all
children and we are grateful for the opportunities they offer.
I am a nursing student at Eastern Florida State College, with only one
more semester until graduation. I volunteer in the three-year-old classroom
and mom’s morning out program. I really enjoy spending time with
both the teachers and the children. The teachers have taught me a lot
about how to interact with young children in a positive way. This experience
will help me be a better nurse in the near future and a better mom someday.