Learn valuable skills helpful in any job Help to improve the quality of life in our community Help someone in need
Feel the satisfaction of reaching out to give a Helping Hand!
For more information on the becoming a volunteer, please call (610) 431-3546 and ask to speak with the Volunteer Coordinator
Direct Services Staff hotlines Co-facilitate groups Care for children in our daycare center Court accompaniment
Community Outreach Help with community events Attending health fairs Presentations Display Setup
Administrative & Clerical Filing Database Entry Organizing supplies and donations
Opportunities for Groups There are also group opportunities available. Your group can help with painting and other improvement projects,cleaning and room setup for clients, and landscaping are just a few of the ideas and possibilities. Please contact us with ideas and questions! When we work together, we all succeed!
Volunteer Training Staff & volunteers complete a series of seminars which equip graduates with the information and skills to empower victims and advocate on their behalf. Training take place twice a year, in the Spring and the Fall. The cost of this course is $40.00 which helps cover the cost of materials.
The 45-hour training includes 5 hours of supervised practice. Training includes:
Lecture and discussions
To find out how you can help, to receive an application or schedule an interview call us at 610-431-3546 and ask to speak with the volunteer coordinator
Helping Us Helps You
Career enhancement - Learn valuable skills helpful in any job.
Take a stand - Work to improve the quality of life in our community.
Help someone in need - Feel the satisfaction of reaching out to give a Helping Hand.
Volunteers are expected to fulfill a commitment of one year from the completion of training, and to provide an average of 10 hours of service per month.