Thank you for your interest in volunteering with The Women’s Community!
Become a Volunteer Receptionist:
The Women’s Community Receptionist is the first person our guests see when they come in. We are in need of a volunteer receptionist who can multitask and is quick on their toes. The receptionist answers phones and transfers calls, answers the door and lets people in, keeps track of who is what meeting rooms, and intakes donations.
Become a Support Line Advocate Volunteer:
Support Line Volunteers are needed to provide information to callers about safety planning, referrals, community resources, emergency shelter, and our domestic abuse and sexual assault survivor services. Tasks include answering the 24-hour support line, assisting residents living in the emergency shelter, and providing support to callers and residents.
Training sessions are required for this role.
Each Volunteer Advocate will respond three to four times a month. Typical hours are 5pm-7am Monday- Friday and Weekends/Holidays; hours as you are available. Advocate volunteers must be 18 years old or older.
Become a Volunteer Hospital Advocate
A victim’s first point of contact is a critical step in the healing process. As an volunteer victim advocate, you will:
- accompany victims to emergency department at the hospital and/or police department
- provide compassionate understanding and emotional support
- provide information and community resources
Training sessions are required for this role: Training Schedule
Each Volunteer Advocate will respond three to four times a month. Typical hours are 5:00 pm or after Monday- Friday and Weekend/Holiday; hours as you are available. Advocate volunteers must be 18 years old or older.
For more information, please contact Allie at 715-842-5663 or email@example.com
The Women’s Community appreciates the collaboration provided by the following organizations: