Work with women and children, Helpline, fund-raising, public speaking, community education
Violence Intervention Project
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
5 people are interested
Co-facilitate youth support group. Do courtwatch in the Kewaunee County court house. Help out at fund-raisers. Volunteer on the Helpline. Distribute posters at schools and libraries. Help develop presentations for schools and other community meetings. Volunteer for special events such as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Candlelight March, VIP Packer Tailgate, etc., help out with large mailings, designing new forms and brochures, etc. You can volunteer as little as one hour, one event a year, or as much as you want. We can meet your schedule. You can assist with projects that require client contact or those that don't, it's all up to you. It all counts!
About Violence Intervention Project
1405 Division Street, Algoma, WI 54201, US
The Violence Intervention Project creates change by offering help, building hope and supporting families and communities.
The Violence Intervention Project is a bilingual, non-profit organization that serves all of Kewaunee County. Services are free. Services VIP provides are a 24-hour Helpline (offering crisis intervention and information), individual advocacy (provided to victims and their children), weekly support groups (women's support group with a children's support group at the same time) sexual assault survivors, Latin@ women, transitional living facility(provides affordable housing, support, community connections, options and advocacy to women and their children), speaker's bureau/protective behaviors presentations(provide speakers for schools, churches, business, etc.)