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ORGANIZATION: Gateway Domestic Violence Services

  • 4 people are interested

Resource Runner Volunteer

Program: All programs but primarily residential shelters

Location: Between PetSmart, Food Banks, Aurora Municipal Court, and North Shelter, South Shelter, Aurora Municipal Court, Gateway Admin building,

Reports to: Bessana Kendig, Volunteer Coordinator and various program directors

Shift: Days and Times TBD in 1-hour shifts

Tasks: Pick up supplies at PetSmart, Food Banks, and previously sorted donations from the admin building to be distributed at North Shelter, South Shelter, and Aurora Municipal Court.

Skills Required: Ability to drive a licensed and ensured personal vehicle. Ability to load and carry supplies to and from facilities and vehicles. Punctuality and pleasant demeanor.

Other: Location confidentiality statements required.

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About Gateway Domestic Violence Services


PO BOX 914, AURORA, CO 80040, US

Mission Statement

Preventing and eliminating intimate partner violence through counseling, residential care and empowering people for social change.


Gateway Domestic Violence Services offers counseling, residential care and court advocacy services for victims of domestic violence and their families in Arapahoe County, Colorado. We receive more than 9,000 crisis calls a year, provide 10,000+ nights of residential care for families and their pets, and we assist with 2,000+ court advocacy cases for domestic violence victims.

Individual counseling is available for women, men and children suffering from the effects of domestic violence. Gateway counselors work to empower and to heal the pain and scars of abusive relationships. Our process includes education, self- empowerment, building self-esteem, setting boundaries, safety planning, and forming healthy relationships.

We provide a 24-hour crisis line answered by trained staff who offer referrals, counseling and crisis intervention: 303.343.1851

At the Aurora Municipal Court, Gateway houses a Court Advocacy Program (CAP) that provides victims of domestic violence with emotional support, information on their legal options and support through the court processes.

Gateway operates two residential shelter facilities. The short-term facility in Aurora has 24 beds and a 30-day program; our long-term facility in southern Arapahoe county has a 15-bed capacity and extended stay up to 90 days.


Children & Youth
Crisis Support
Homeless & Housing
Children & Youth, Crisis Support, Homeless & Housing


We'll work with your schedule.


PO Box 914Aurora, CO 80014



  • Food Delivery / Distribution
  • Multi-Tasking
  • Organization
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • 1 hour shifts up to 2 times a week
  • Schedule flexibility preferred

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