Volunteers provide services to survivors through our hotline, educate the larger community by tabling at events, and do crucial fundraising and development work. Volunteers are an integral part of our organization and contribute over 3,500 hours annually, helping GLBTQ-DVP continue to provide essential services.
• to help others who are experiencing domestic violence
• to learn more about domestic violence and/or the GLBTQ communities
• to gain experience working with survivors and in a nonprofit setting
• to network and make new friends
Ways to Volunteer
There are many different ways in which you can volunteer with us! Depending on your desired level of involvement, volunteering can be a significant commitment, a single afternoon, or anywhere in between. Volunteer positions that work directly with survivors require a 25 hour domestic violence training course and a clear CORI record.
Hotline Volunteer • Safe Home Client Support • Pride Marcher/Organizer Education/Outreach Presenter • Bar Outreach • Fundraising/Event/Admin Volunteer Photographers • Winter Plungers • Survivor Speakers • Pro Bono Attorney