Volunteer

Join us to help prevent sexual violence. 

Thank you for your interest in serving as a volunteer and your willingness to contribute valuable time. Our goal is to empower adults impacted by sexual violence; and volunteers are essential to reaching that goal. 

Volunteer Training

To ensure you are educated and prepared to serve Brave Step’s mission, we request attendance at an upcoming volunteer training.

  • Virtual Training: Feb. 25 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Apply Today

We want to provide you with the best opportunity to use your skills and abilities to not only serve our clients, but to also encourage you to seek your full potential.

Whether you have 30 minutes or three hours, we will utilize your passion and skills.

  • Can you serve in a variety of general volunteer roles?
  • What natural talents and skills do you have?
  • What available time do you have?
  • Do you want to work directly with those we serve?
  • Do you have specific skills such as administrative, fundraising, marketing communications, or other?
  • Is there a vision for leadership roles?
  • Do you have educational or professional qualifications that will aid in Brave Step’s growth?

If you have additional questions, please contact our volunteer director, Heather Tucker, at volunteer@bravestep.org.

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