The reasons individuals make charitable donations can be as varied as the donors themselves. Some give because they have a personal commitment to the cause - they may know a relative, friend, or employee who has been the victim of domestic violence or sexual assault. They may give because of a more general desire to assist those in need who are less fortunate than themselves - to share the good fortune they have in life. Still others give not because they have great personal wealth, but because they have a compassionate heart and it feels good to help others.
Our mission is to provide quality trauma-informed, empowerment- based services to survivors of domestic violence while working with community partners to ensure safety and justice for all survivors and their children.
It's easy, fun, rewarding and a way to stay active, busy and meet lots of new people. Just about anyone-Welcome! Our volunteers are the backbone of our agency; we couldn't function without them! There is something just right for everyone. Read on to learn more and how to get started.
We need your voice in the community. Teens, grandmothers, grandfathers, families, corporate and civic organizations, church groups, boy/girl scouts--all are welcome. Diversity is the key--we also need volunteers who are culturally diverse and bi-lingual in English and any other language.