In 2013, 20 volunteer advocates and 8 staff provided safety, support, and options to approximately 700 women, men, and children in Bennington County. Thanks to all who help make our mission possible!

Volunteer!

  • Help us staff the Hotline 24 hours a day
  • Help at fundraising events
  • Table at events – the Farmers Market, Health Fairs and more
  • Serve as Interns and Court Advocates
  • Set up workshops and presentations for area groups, schools & colleges

All volunteer advocates must take our free 20 hour training program.
For more information, see Volunteer & Hotline Training.

Donate cell phones.

We collect used cell phones, which are then refurbished by Verizon and returned to us for clients. For a person or family in emergency transition, a phone can make all the difference in staying safe and obtaining services.

Donate household goods for families starting over.

  • Pots & pans, new condition
  • Flatware
  • Bureaus & dressers
  • Strollers in good condition
  • Kitchen chairs and tables

(Please call our Housing Coordinator first to determine current needs and space availability – 802.442.2370)