Volunteers Welcome

Admin, Hotline, Legal Aid, Mentor, More

Something for Everyone


Volunteers are welcome. Their skills are needed. There are options for every kind of experience, background, interest, and schedule.

Examples of Volunteer Work


  • Hotline Response

  • Event Support

  • Auxiliary Police

  • Child Advocates

  • Speakers

  • Mentoring

  • Web Design

  • Pro Bono Attorneys

  • Anti-Chaos Admins

  • Social Media Amplifiers

  • Nurses, Health Care

  • Inventory Managers

  • Researchers

  • Accountants

  • Podcast Producers

  • Foster Parents

  • Job Training, Counseling

  • Writers, Editors

  • And More.

Some volunteer schedules are very flexible. Some of it involves tasks that may be done at home. All volunteer work is personally rewarding.


If you have a few hours a week, please consider exploring what you might do to help in your community.


Our Task Force Member lists - and our Community Partner lists - note where volunteers are invited to reach out through websites. These lists are not comprehensive but are a good starting point for anyone interested in donating time and talent.

Local Law Enforcement

Victims' Services Groups

Volunteers for this Task Force

A few volunteers each year work directly with this Task Force, either as part of the 2019  Conference team or directly with the Task Force Coordinator. 

If you are interested in working with the Task Force, please follow the above links for contact information.

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