Volunteers are a vital part of Crisis Connection’s mission to help victims of domestic violence and sexual assault become survivors by fostering hope, promoting self-sufficiency and rebuilding lives. Volunteering at Crisis Connection means being there for someone who needs you, empowering others to believe in themselves and making a difference one person at a time. It also means moving upstream to prevent interpersonal violence before it occurs. Your efforts will be at the heart of our mission and services. There are many ways you can help. We know that individual skills and interests vary and not everyone can make the same time commitment, therefore, we offer several options in different areas of expertise and talent. We welcome you to contact us to make a win-win situation for you. Below is a listing of some volunteer opportunities.

Community Ambassador

*Assembling outreach packets for specific groups, e.g., salon professionals, doctors, etc.
*Distributing brochures and maintaining posters in community
*Staffing “table” events, e.g., health fairs, back to school fairs, etc.
*Creating informational ‘displays’ for area libraries
*Making “give aways” to use to insure people know of services available
*Coordinating our origami peace crane initiative


*Organizing and documenting donations in warehouse
*Organizing and maintaining brochures in warehouse
*Coordinating holiday donations
*Promoting and coordinating cell phone donations

Awareness/Prevention Monthly Topics

*Promoting Teen Dating Violence Awareness – February
*Promoting Child Abuse Awareness – April
*Promoting Sexual Assault Awareness – April
*Promoting Domestic Violence Awareness – October
*Promoting National Campaigns as No More, It’s On Us, etc.


*Cleaning, maintaining, etc. of facilities
*Seasonal landscaping
*Washing/Detailing company vehicle
*Cleaning of office


*Managing social media content, outlets, and promoting its availability
*Helping create monthly newsletter content
*Copying and mailing monthly newsletter


*Serving in an Advisory capacity on issues involving Teens, Males, etc.
*Representing Crisis Connection on area community committees


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