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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." ~Margaret Mead

Reward yourself and give back to your community by getting involved in exciting volunteer opportunities at the Women's Resource Center. Volunteers are needed in the four-county service area of Valley, Phillips, Daniels, and Sheridan Counties for various projects.

Volunteers may train as advocates:

  • On-call Crisis Line Advocates provide crisis intervention and advocacy to victims
  • One-on-One Advocates meet with victims and advocate
    for their needs
  • Safe-home providers host a victim at their residence
    for up to 72 hours

Advocates complete at least 20 hours of multi-disciplinary training

Volunteers (who will not complete the training hours) are also needed for:

  • Childcare provider to care for children as needed
  • Special project support:
    make awareness ribbons or informational displays
    represent the WRC at fund-raising events
    assist with booths at community fairs
  • Office assistance with copying and stapling, organizing library and staffing office
  • Grant writing
  • Public speaking

Benefits of volunteering:

  • Opportunity to give back to your community
  • Increased personal awareness
  • Acquiring job skills and build resume
  • Opportunities to attend state and national trainings
  • Become acquainted with the social service community

Volunteer orientations are held frequently. Contact the WRC today for more information on volunteering.