Volunteer with REACH
Be a part of a group that makes change happen.
REACH volunteers bring creativity, energy, and empathy to sustain the work of supporting survivors and creating community change. We offer short- and long-term volunteer opportunities to bridge our volunteers’ passions with our organization’s needs.
Direct service volunteers must complete 35 hours of training. Other opportunities require up to six hours of training.
How you Can Help
Our office volunteers assist REACH in a multitude of ways. From helping in reception to assisting in childcare, the volunteers engage in many direct service opportunities with survivors and staff.
Our shelter volunteers preform several duties to help staff support our residential program. Those tasks include light maintenance around the house, gardening, providing childcare to children in our shelter, assisting staff with programming, and answering hotline calls.
Our community volunteers are our frontline volunteers. They employ their skills to provide needed resources to the community by delivering supplies and essential items to survivors. These volunteers also help out our short-term projects and events such as volunteer recruitment fairs and community outreach events.
Are you looking for a creative, innovative way to use your skills to prevent domestic violence and help survivors on their journey? Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Christian at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information about seasonal opportunities.
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