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Our Family Coalition

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Our Family Coalition is always seeking volunteers to share their talents, energy and ideas with us. You can assist at our various events or in the office, or help design a new project, publicity materials, or a campaign. We greatly appreciate an extra hand in supporting our work to promote a better world for all our families!


What is required to be a volunteer?

  • A “superfun” attitude

  • A willingness to go the extra mile when needed


What do volunteers get in return?

  • The opportunity to promote a better world for LGBTQ families and our allies

  • Lots of smiles and hi-fives from families at our events. Seriously, you will find many of them thanking you, making this even more rewarding.

  • Warm fuzzy feelings because you give back!!

Call 415-981-1960 or email to become a volunteer. Thanks, and we look forward to hearing from you soon!



Our Family Coalition internships offer valuable experience advocating for and supporting Bay Area LGBTQ-headed families in a well-established, dynamic, team-driven non-profit organization. Interns develop hands-on skills in an area of interest, deepen networks, and connect with like-minded peers, leaving with new knowledge, friendships, and professional references.


 Communications and Media Interns: help amplify OFC's events and work and increase the visibility of LGBTQ-headed families, with messaging in social media channels, e-newsletters, print newsletters, OFC website content, press releases, and email marketing.


 Development Interns: support all of OFC's work by soliciting and managing grants, sponsorships, and relationships with foundations and individual donors, as well as working on fundraising events and initiatives.


 Education Interns: support OFC's direct trainings in school communities, as well as help develop our extensive online resources to strengthen anti-bias and LGBTQ-inclusive practices and curricula in K-12 schools.


Family Support Program Interns: provide direct support to current and prospective LGBTQ parents and caregivers, from family-building to early years, school years, and beyond, by helping the Programs team deliver over 250 workshops, support groups, and community-building events each year.


 Web Design & Development Interns: take a deep dive into large-scale (125+ page) website redesign project, helping audit current information architecture and site content, and helping implement the many back-end design and content management tasks leading up to the beta-testing and launch of a redesigned website.


All positions are opened until filled. Interns are accepted on an on-going, as-needed basis. Minimum two-month commitment; 4+ hours/week; start/end dates flexible. Our main office is located in San Francisco, easily accessible by public transportation. For questions, please contact the staff member listed in the internship PDFs linked above.





Our Family Coalition offers a stimulating and challenging working environment that is both productive and enjoyable. With talented and motivated people working together as a team, we can go a long way in advancing the civil rights and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) families with children and prospective parents in California.

Our volunteer and intern opportunities are open on a rolling basis, and we welcome applications at any time.






Are you our next Family Programs Director? If so, you form the backbone of our organization's core service delivery, overseeing and managing family support programming for hundreds of LGBTQ-headed families throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. You lead the Family Support Team in planning, managing, and helping deliver over 200 community-building and educational events annually, including support groups, playgroups, informational workshops, seasonal community celebrations, and more. As a member of OFC's leadership team, you illuminate the diversity and experiences of LGBTQ families for partner agencies, and help provide direction for the oldest and largest regional LGBTQ family support organization in the nation.


•  Complete position description–including responsibilities, qualifications, benefits, and salary–here: Family Programs Director Position. [opens PDF]


•  To apply, please send a resume along with a cover letter to Candidates will be reviewed on a rolling basis and position will be filled when a successful candidate has been identified, so it is best to apply as soon as possible.











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