Peaceful Paths cannot exist without community support and volunteers can be critical for promoting awareness, collecting donations and extending our advocacy services. Volunteers working in direct services are required to attend 24 hours of general domestic violence training along with at least an additional 6 hours of specific program training.
There are also non-direct service opportunities that vary throughout the organization. Examples of possible volunteer experiences are:
- Direct advocacy support
- Community awareness events and public education
- Donation collection and drives
- Organizing fundraising events
- Holiday donations
- Maintenance and physical plant work
Peaceful Paths continually looks for community supporters that may bring beneficial partnerships to survivors of domestic violence. We are looking for innovative relationships that can create and promote safe housing options, financial literacy support/mentoring, increased transportation resources and healthcare accessibility as these are all areas of great need for survivors.
Interested in making a difference, contact our Outreach Office at 352-377-5690.