After over 30 hours of extensive training, four new volunteers will now be advocating for the children who are unfortunately in foster care. Yvonne Rodriguez, one of the four women who will start volunteering, describes this opportunity as a calling to help those children. "I have a child at home, a five year old that was also in the system and so he is in the process of adoption and seeing the circumstances in which he came out of, it was sad." These volunteers spend time with the children and the families to gather information to find out what is best for each and every child. The child protective services court relies on this information to properly place children in a loving environment. The volunteers are excited to get started. "I feel honored most of all, proud and excited at the same time to make a difference in this child's life." As their families watched as these volunteers are sworn-in by Judge Paul Gallegos, volunteer Yvonne Rodriguez said it's an honor to serve her community. "I love kids and I knew this was my calling and when I found out there was an opportunity to be an advocate, I jumped right on it and said this is for me." Voz de Ninos currently has 33 volunteers and are always looking for more help.