Thank you for considering volunteering with New Beginnings to work to end domestic violence! We have a variety of roles that volunteers fill including taking Helpline shifts, providing childcare, tabling and outreach, administrative roles, and more.
Working with survivors and supporting the work of New Beginnings requires empathy, a willingness to empower others, and a commitment to learn and grow. At New Beginnings, we commit to provide a welcoming space for all and a meaningful volunteer environment for growth and development. We commit to working with equity and justice, working to provide a racially and socially just environment. We commit to listening with intention and honoring the lived experiences of all our colleagues.
Current Volunteer Openings
We currently have openings for these volunteer positions at New Beginnings:
If any of these volunteer opportunities look like they may be a fit for you, we would love to connect with you! Complete the Volunteer Application and it submit to Sarah Lewis-Assink, Community Engagement Coordinator, to start the process.
A Note about Direct Service Volunteering
All applications need to be completed and received by the Community Engagement Coordinator no later than Wednesday, July 31st. Applications that arrive after Wednesday, July 31st will be held until the next round of training (Spring 2020).
If selected, the next step will be a phone interview. This phone call will help us get to know you better, and discuss the various open roles, what training looks like, and what the remainder of the application process is like.
Once accepted into the Volunteer Program, direct service volunteers will attend the DV 101 Comprehensive Training, held each spring and fall. Our next training dates will be September 9-28. More information about training can be found here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of the most common questions we get about volunteering at New Beginnings. Read below to find out more.