The Gillette Abuse Refuge Foundation can use your help as a volunteer advocate. Volunteer training will take place in January and specific dates and times will be set after GARF
representatives meet with potential volunteers.
Volunteer coordinator Amy Weber said that after training is completed there’s no specific amount of hours you need to volunteer. She said there are many things you can help out with.
“After training, we work with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assaults on a 24 hour crisis line. Also assisting with educational groups, helping with community projects, spreading information about our services and our mission and helping with office tasks.”---Weber
Weber added it’s a great way to give back to the community and it’s free to the public. For more information contact the Gillette Abuse Refuge Foundation, 307-686-8071