Volunteers are essential to the work we do. Whatever your interests or skills, chances are we have a job for you! Some of the opportunities include, but are not limited to:
Direct Services with Victims and Children
- Hotline/Crisis phone line
- Working with the children of victims
- Support Group assistance
Note: According to federal law, all direct service volunteers must complete a minimum of 20 hours of Domestic Violence Advocacy Training. Call Lauren Stiger at 425-259-2827, extension 1013 for training information.
- Clerical/Office help
- Work at our Thrift Shoppe
- Shelter Maintenance/Yard Work
- Fundraising activities
- Community outreach and education
- Special Events committees
Persons interested in volunteering must fill out a volunteer application. You can fill out the volunteer application here.
Next Volunteer Training
We have not held our training since before the pandemic. We are taking this time to improve the training and update information. We should resume volunteer training again during Fall of 2023.
Volunteers that want to work directly with clients must complete a 21-hour training. All classes are held at the DVS Service Center in Everett. All classes are held on Monday nights 5:30pm – 8:30pm except for one Saturday. Please contact Lauren Stiger, 425-259-2827, ext. 1013 for further information on the classes.
Questions about volunteering? Please contact Lauren Stiger at email@example.com or 425-259-2827 ext. 1013.