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Come stand in the GAP with us for our community! YOU can be a part of what GAP is doing in Tucson and throughout Southern Arizona. You can impact the life of a child, of a family and of a community! Volunteer, pray, donate or even join our staff!

We are seeking couples and individuals who have a heart for children and are called to the ministry of caring for young people. Are you called to serve with GAP? Find out more below.

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GAP cares for over 300 foster children annually in family style residential group homes in Tucson. Siblings are able to stay together while in care due to the larger size of our homes. GAP helps foster teens and young adults learn the life skills necessary to successfully “age out” of foster care and into adulthood with mentoring and independent living programs. With the goal of healthy restoration of families wherever possible, GAP provides court-ordered supervised visitation between foster children and their birth parents. We are contracted with the state to provide training and licensing to individuals and couples who desire to become foster parents. GAP’s reach even extends overseas to support a group home in Thailand for young children rescued from the sex industry.

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GAP’s Community warehouse shares fresh food and basic needs items with over 70 Southern Arizona nonprofits serving the needy. Over 1 million pounds of healthy vegetables, fruit, and other perishable items are distributed annually throughout the community by GAP’s partnering nonprofits and churches. Throughout Southern Arizona, nonprofits that serve the marginalized annually receive over $1,000,000 worth of hygiene items, paper goods, cleaning supplies and other needed items from GAP’s warehouse. Through partnerships with nonprofits, churches, businesses, schools and hundreds of volunteers, GAP’s outreaches serve food, backpacks, and toys at Christmas to low-income children and their families. Our Community Kitchen and Mobile Food Truck train young people in the culinary arts, while maximizing the use of donated perishable food and feeding thousands in the community.


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GAP also serves the community through prayer and worship ministries. Our OneLife Internship allows those interested in combining community social services with their faith the opportunity to minister to the disenfranchised in our city
and beyond.



Thank you for your interest in volunteering at GAP Ministries. Community volunteers are critical to expanding God’s kingdom and reaching our community. We have many volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Whether you are available once a year or once a week we have something you can do to help.  There are several volunteer opportunities here including but not limited to...



Thank you for your interest in working at GAP Ministries. We have many employment opportunities here at GAP. Whether you are available part time, full time, or everything in between we have something you can do to help.  We have an excellent salary package that includes health benefits for full-time positions, and a 403(b) investment plan. Housing is provided for some positions.

To inquire about a position or to send your information, fill out the contact form and our Human Resource Director, Denise Martin, will be able to help you with the application process.

There are several employment opportunities here including but not limited to…

  • Assistant House Parent

    The Assistant Houseparent’s role is to provide regular, temporary coverage of a SPLASH House while the house parents are on respite. They train the children in all areas of life and provide emotional, spiritual and physical support for the time the permanent house parents are on short period of rest. For more information about becoming a assistant house parent follow the link.

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    About Asst. House Parent

  • Support Staff

    The Support Staff’s role is to give assistance to SPLASH house parents and various ministry areas. They will either cover an afternoon/evening period of time to allow house parents a Night Out aka Date Night during the week; they transport children to various appointments or to school depending on the need of the ministry; and they may also provide assistance to SPLASH homes by cleaning, doing laundry or yard work.

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    Support Staff

  • Foster Family Specialist

    The Foster Family Specialist will be responsible for: 1) Completing foster and/or adoptive home studies for the purpose of recommending licensure or certification for prospective foster families; and 2) Maintaining licensed GAP/DES foster care providers in order to ensure high quality care for the foster children in the homes.

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    Foster Family Specialist

  • Child Transporter

    The Transporter’s role is to provide safe transportation of children in a van or car to various appointments, visits or to school. They must have and maintain a safe and violation free driving record and ensure the safety of each child by implementing safety procedures according to child age, size and medical needs (proper car seat use, etc.). They must be caring, compassionate, responsible, punctual, and have the ability to read and follow a map. The hours are variable and will include evenings and weekends.

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  • Parent Aide

    A Parent Aide works collectively with the parent/caregiver to enhance the protective capacities/skills identified in the DCS referral packet and needs pertaining to protective capacities identified by the parent/caregiver, in order to help support the parent/caregiver achieve the desired outcomes. Also, provide a safe, positive parent-child visit environment including teaching and modeling of parent and home management skills; teach the availability and use of formal and informal community resources; track and report client cases to ensure information and services are being provided; and provide transportation of clients as needed.

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    Parent Aide

  • Internship

  • Visit Supervisor

    The Visit Supervisor’s role includes providing safe transportation of children to family visitations with non-custodial parents, providing oversight of the visitation activities to ensure the safety and protection of the minor children. A candidate in this position must be mature, capable of monitoring children, able to demonstrate good parenting skills, able to provide accurate, timely documentation of the visit, and have the ability to read and follow a map. The hours are variable and will include evenings and weekends.

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    Visit Supervisor

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