Agencies working on domestic violence issues depend on and value the contributions volunteers make in our community. Our agencies thrive on volunteers who are willing to take time out of their busy schedule to help prevent domestic violence abuse in our community.

For more information on volunteering with a domestic violence project in the Longmont community contact the following agencies:

LEVI (Longmont Ending Violence Initiative) has a need for interns/volunteers interested in assisting with marketing and public relations projects. Experience and/or college focus in marketing, public relations or communications preferred. LEVI also has a need for research, data entry, and transportation volunteers to assist on various projects. Hours and schedule are flexible. Contact LEVI at 303.774.4534. Email LEVI

Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley – Volunteers work on the crisis line and provide advocacy to domestic violence clients. Training is provided. Contact Schuyler at 303.772.0432. Email JP

St. Vrain Family Center – This center has a need for volunteers interested in assisting with supervised parenting time and safe exchanges. Time commitment: work hours are flexible! You set your own schedule. Contact Robin Menschenfreund, Executive Director, at 303.776.5348. Email Robin

Moving to End Sexual Assault is Boulder County‚Äôs rape crisis center. MESA has an ongoing need for adult volunteers to serve in four capacities: (1) rape crisis hotline counselors, (2) bilingual, bicultural advocates to answer our 24-hour Spanish hotline, (3) male volunteers to serve as community educators for our MASC program (Men Aligned for Social Change), and (4) mentors to work with high school peer educators in the Boulder Valley School District. Extensive training is provided for all volunteer programs. For more information, please visit MESA’s website or contact the MESA office at 303-443-0400. Email MESA