The Alexandra Tang Volunteer Program
Why you should join
Help Families in Our Community Break the Cycle of Violence!
After completion of the certified 40-Hour Domestic Violence Training,
background check and drug test, volunteers will be qualified to provide direct service.
- Educate local teens about healthy relationships & early warning signs of abuse.
- Provide child mentoring and assistance to mothers in our shelter programs.
- Support agency efforts to raise community awareness with public events & campaigns.
Who can volunteer
Individuals interested in the community
Law enforcement personnel
Assist our advocates
Distribute program flyers and help with various outreach tasks in the community.
While clients attend support groups, appointments, job interviews, court appointments and help with homework.
(requires 40-hour DV Training).
Assist with local tabling events while promoting healthy relationships, referrals to
resources and providing Domestic Violence Awareness.
Some events are during weekends.
Filing, answering the business line and helping on special projects.
And general maintenance at the shelter such cleaning, painting and gardening.
Moving assistance for residents Looking for an apartment,
moving personal items, setting up a new home.
Foster care for client's pets
While client is in shelter.
Service Groups and/or Community Organizations
One Day Workday
This can be any number of activities including fixing up an apartment for move-in,
playground cleanup and fixup, build a playhouse for shelter children (these projects
can vary depending on the skill level and interests of the group)
Any holiday, you could be a 'sponsor' and provide food, decorations, kids games
and prizes, etc.
to learn other ways of helping Domestic Violence Solutions!
For more information, please contact: