Description:Volunteers will assist in community education, volunteer recruitment, and help promote agency recognition by staffing resource fairs and other community events. Some volunteers may also have the opportunity to present education programs to various groups on the dynamics of domestic violence, the warning signs of abusive partners and the effects of domestic violence on families and the community. Volunteers will most often be asked to present information regarding domestic violence and the services provided by SafeHaven at various community outreach events including health fairs, public safety days and other such events.
Time Commitment:Varies, Monthly meetings held 1 st Tuesday from 5:45-6:45 at SafeHaven Administration
Location: Locations around Tarrant County
Requirements: Training: New Volunteer Orientation & Speaker’s Bureau Specialized Training Volunteers may assist in community resource fairs, speaking engagements, DV 101 presentations, and school-based curriculum delivery. Volunteers will be required to shadow staff presenters while he/she conducts the curriculum at a school or community agency. May be required to meet with agency staff for one on one interview.
Age: Minimum 18 years of age
Personal: Confident with public speaking, flexible schedule/availability on evenings and weekends
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training