When’s the last time you saved someone’s life?

1 in 4 women are victims of domestic violence. This could be your sister, friend, neighbor or even you. By volunteering you can help end this tragedy. One person can make a difference.

Purpose

In an effort to educate the public on the issues of domestic violence and to enhance the services we provide, Safe Haven Shelter recruits and trains volunteers to work in all program areas.

Recognition

Each month we have a “Volunteer of the Month.” These volunteers are dedicated and we wouldn’t have the organization that we do without them!

Mary2September  Volunteer of the Month – Mary

“I worked for Safe Haven as an advocate. After I left I wanted to continue to support the women and families in shelter. I enjoy being there to help provide someone with a meal, it’s one less thing that the residents need to worry about so they can focus on their own safety and well-being.”

 

 

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Gerry was selected by Safe Haven as our Live United Volunteer of the Year. Gerry has served over 500 hours with us in our Education Empowerment program. It’s because of her that we are able to offer the services we do to the women and children. The impact that she has on the women in her group will last a lifetime.

 

Volunteer Positions – Shelter

Volunteer Positions – Resource Center

General Volunteer Opportunities

  • Administration – become a board member to help develop shelter policy, procedure, and regulations
  • Fundraising – lead an innovative fundraising model and assist with its execution

Professional Volunteers

  • Hair Stylist – utilize our in-house salon room to cut, color, and style hair for the clients
  • Massage Therapist – utilize our in-house massage table to practice your particular form of this extremely benefitial body/mind therapy
  • Helping Professionals – share your skill and expertise to help women achieve independence and stability