YWCA Clark County will host a free open house on Thursday, September 4th from 6:00-7:30pm for prospective volunteers to learn about the wide variety of volunteer opportunities available at YWCA. Staff will be available to discuss how volunteers contribute to the mission of eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. No reservation is needed.
The programs of YWCA Clark County offer opportunities for dedicated and compassionate volunteers to support survivors of abuse, neglect, and oppression. Opportunities include providing advocacy and support to survivors of assault, representing the best interests of abused and neglected children in the court system, offering encouragement and information to women who are incarcerated, and supporting the safety and healing of families experiencing domestic violence. Additionally, volunteers with previous experience can help out in a preschool classroom, assist youth aging out foster care, or provide support for trainings on racism and social change.
YWCA offers a chance to make a positive impact during a difficult time in someone’s life. YWCA is interested in expanding the number of male volunteers and volunteers who are bilingual and/or bicultural. New volunteer applicants will be provided comprehensive training and support.
To learn more about volunteering at YWCA Clark County, visit http://ywcaclarkcounty.com/volunteer or contact Nichole Peppers at 360-906-9112 or email@example.com.
Volunteer Open House
Thursday, September 4th from 6:00–7:30pm
YWCA Clark County Community Room
3609 Main Street, Vancouver, 98663
About YWCA Clark County
YWCA Clark County serves more than 11,800 people each year who are survivors of domestic violence, homelessness, sexual assault, child abuse and neglect, and oppression, as well as youth in foster care and incarcerated women.