Our Volunteer Services Program offers diverse opportunities in frontline support, public education, office assistance, Board of Directors’ work, and fundraising. It is through the commitment and efforts of our volunteers that we are able to provide a wide range of services and programs.
Our volunteers are advocates for survivors and for social change. They are very important to the work we do.
Becoming a Volunteer
Before becoming a volunteer, you must meet certain requirements.
- that you be 18 years of age or older
- that you identify as a woman
- and that you are supportive of women, women’s organizations, and the work we do
We offer comprehensive training for our volunteers, which covers topics, including, but not limited to, feminism, anti-oppression/anti-discrimination, consent, child sexual abuse, male sexual abuse, self harm, suicide, sexual assault, sexual harassment, rape drugs, myths, crisis intervention, communication strategies, medical and legal information, and community resources.
To start volunteering for us, please complete our Volunteer Form. Then contact us. Our Volunteer Services Coordinator will set up a meeting with you to help you determine your volunteering interests.