Volunteer with NL Sexual Assault Crisis & Prevention Centre!

A rewarding experience awaits you!

  • Become part of a diverse group of people who share common goals to end inequality, and sexual violence;
  • Get involved in Education Campaigns;
  • Help create publications to raise awareness about sexual violence;
  • Help in fundraising activities;
  • Become a volunteer on the Crisis Line;
  • Sit on the Board of Directors;
  • Help with office duties;
  • Offer your professional accounting, medical, legal or other skills;
  • Take part in Sexual Violence Awareness Week events;
  • And much more!

Some of the volunteer opportunities we offer:

Serving as a crisis support volunteer is a very challenging, but rewarding experience. Volunteers must be willing to undergo training to serve in a crisis support capacity. A significant time commitment is required. A minimum one year commitment is required for crisis volunteers. Crisis Volunteers must undergo an application and screening process. A certificate of conduct is required.

Session 1: Wednesday, February 8th, 6pm-10pm
Session 2: Wednesday, February 15th 6pm - 10pm
Session 3: Wednesday, February 22nd 6pm - 10pm
Session 4: Wednesday, February 29th 6pm - 10pm
Session 5: Wednesday, March 7th 6pm - 10pm
Session 6: Wednesday, March 14th 6pm - 10pm
Session 7: Wednesday, March 21st 6pm - 10pm
Session 8: Saturday, March 24th 10am - 5pm
Session 9: Wednesday, March 28th 6pm - 10pm
Session 10: Saturday, March 31st 10am - 5pm
All sessions are MANDATORY

This group encourages men to get involved with the Centre and provides a forum to come together to share ideas and perspectives about anti-sexual violence efforts.  Please call the office at 747-7757 for more information or email men@endsexualviolence.com.

Committee membership is open to auxiliary volunteers and serves as a way to get involved in the Centre without having to undergo crisis training. Committee areas include Education, Fundraising, Personnel, Men's Committee, Special Events and Finance. Committee involvement requires a moderate time investment. Auxiliary Volunteers must undergo an application and screening process. A certificate of conduct is required.

The Centre offers volunteer opportunities to suit all levels of time commitment. If you cannot commit to long term involvement, or training you may wish to add your name to our list of casual volunteers. You will be contacted to volunteer when a temporary need for help exists (e.g. attend events, prepare photocopies, help with fundraising, etc.). Time investment is flexible, but usually would not be more than a few hours, several times per year.

Collective members (current NLSACPC volunteers) who sit on the Board of Directors are required to commit to at least 2 years of service. Serving as a director requires a moderate to significant time investment. Board Volunteers must undergo an application and screening process. A certificate of conduct is required.

Call our office at 747-7757 or email the Volunteer Coordinator for more information about the Centre and the volunteer opportunities that are currently available. You can also request to have an application form emailed to you, by contacting the Volunteer Coordinator. If you are unable to participate in the upcoming training sessions, you may wish to have your name added to a wait list for an opportunity to have a seat at the next crisis training offered.


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