MAKE A DONATION
Survivors assisted are always in need of basic necessities, as many are fleeing home with just the clothes on their backs. While other community resources are utilized, often times clients still have unmet and urgent needs. Gift cards (fuel and food), old cell phones, new blankets, socks, and personal care items are accepted and greatly aid survivors with safety and comfort. We are always seeking coloring books, crayons, puzzles and stuffed animals for the youth our agency serves. Cash donations also assist the agency with providing emergency food and shelter to families who can not call home a haven. Checks may be mailed to the agency directly, and are tax deductible.
How can I receive more information?
To be included in the agency's quarterly newsletter, receive notices on upcoming events or training's hosted by the agency, click on the link above, under the "Join" button.
WE'RE SEARCHING FOR VOLUNTEERS, PLEASE JOIN US!
Don't have time to volunteer or donate support? You can still help!
The agency has multiple prevention and informational programs that may be a good fit for social or faith-based groups to which you belong. Consider inviting us to share information about our services, crimes and their impact on a local level, or to provide prevention education such as Stewards of Children (sexual abuse prevention).
MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!
Become a board member!
The agency is always seeking to expand its board of trustees and advisory board members to ensure that the community is represented and voices are heard. Volunteering in this capacity means you are reviewing agency programs, outcomes, and addressing gaps in services among other duties.
Volunteers keep our agency running! We have several venues in which you can volunteer, depending on your time commitment and background. If you are creative, love to craft and are a social butterfly our fundraisers and outreach events are for you! If you are a natural comforter, always find the right words at the right time, and aren't afraid to speak up if difficult situations we could use you as a volunteer advocate providing direct services and/or answering the agency's crisis line. Interviews, background checks and training are the beginning point for all volunteers. Resumes may be sent to the Hillsboro office at any time for volunteer consideration. Please mark your resume as "volunteer".