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Creating Change – Volunteer!

Center for Domestic Peace offers a number of ways that you can volunteer to help domestic violence survivors, and we provide training and support so that you can be as effective as possible. Our volunteers provide domestic violence counseling on our hotlines, facilitate support groups, and participate in our speaker’s bureau or community action teams to make a difference in their neighborhood and workplace.

Some volunteer opportunities, such as being a hotline advocate or support group facilitator, require a 40-hour training course and certification. Other opportunities, such as fundraising and events, do not. We also have youth and young adult opportunities!

Please call 415.457.2464 for more information about our volunteer opportunities.

Other Volunteer Opportunities

  • Annual Mother’s Day Luncheon Volunteers – Help Center for Domestic Peace with our annual fundraising event.  Generate items for the silent auction, help with decorations, and many other tasks.  No training required.
  • Fundraising – Join our fundraising committees and task forces to carry out special events and cultivate contributions from throughout the community. Requirements: Committee meetings once a month.
  • Marin Against Youth Abuse (MAYA) Advisory Committee- Become a school leader on healthy relationships! As a member of the MAYA Advisory Committee, you will partner with 1-2 other members to be peer resources on healthy relationships and relationship abuse at your school. You will come up with creative ways of raising awareness and getting help to those who need it, and then make them happen! Bring your leadership skills, enthusiasm, creativity, and ideas! For more information call 415-526-2557 or visit the MAYA page on this website.

Become an agent of change by downloading our Personal Peace Agreement and pledging your commitment to creating and maintaining healthy and non-violent relationships:   Download Personal Peace Agreement Here.pdf

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