A volunteer is a person who can see what others cannot see; who can feel what most do not feel. Often, such gifted persons do not think of themselves as volunteers, but as citizens – citizens in the fullest sense; partners in civilization. George HW Bush
Project HELP has many ways in which individuals can volunteer to HELP.
Crisis Hotline Volunteer Advocates: Our hotline runs 24/7 and has many shifts available, work from home. Be an ear for the community. Compassion, understanding and a willingness to help those who need assistance or just someone to talk to are all you need to be part of a team that has been helping the community for over 25 years. Training is provided.
In house Volunteer Advocates: Great position for interns or those wanting to help in a crisis center. All that is needed is the desire to reach out and help someone in that has been affected by a violent crime, sexual assault or the loss of a loved one. You just need the desire, we provide the training.
Committee Volunteers are needed to help with events throughout the year such as, fundraising, events, financials, marketing, mailings and administrative duties. No experience is necessary, just a smile, desire and the time, we will do the rest, training and working with staff will help you on your way to joining our team.
Community Awareness: Project HELP is looking to create some peer driven groups of individuals who will help in spreading education and awareness throughout the community. Project Help provides a wide array of free & confidential services. If you have an interest in volunteering and or leading in one of the following areas, we need to hear from you. It is with the input of the community we work together for a better place to live. We are currently looking for:
Contact Project HELP to become part of an outstanding team and keeping your community advised, up to date and safe.