Volunteer with Stop Family Violence
Stop Family Violence welcomes your support!
RIght now, we're looking for volunteers for the following:
Social Network Mavens:Are you on facebook all the time? Do you love to tweet and twitter? If so, please get in touch to join our rapid response team!
Bloggers, Writers and Blog fans:Whether you write your own, or just like to comment on blogs or discussion boards - we want you to join our grassroots communication team and make comments that will eductate and correct misinformation.
News Hounds:Let us know about news articles, press releases, conference announcements and other information that we shold post to the Stop Family Violence website to keep people informed.
Graphic Designers:Help us keep our new website looking fresh and interesting by providing graphic art for articles that we post. If you've got a website with your work, we'll link back to your site to help drive traffic to you.
Volunteer Contact Form
If you're interested in volunteering with us, please fill in the webform below. We'll be in touch soon!
NOTE: Stop Family Violence is an activist organization, geared toward disseminating information and mobilizing for action. We don't provide services to victims, we don't run a hotline. If you want to help other victims directly we suggest you contact the domestic violence or sexual assault agency in your community.
THANKS for your interest!
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November 16, 2009
Earlier this month Governor Deval Patrick cut $1 million (one third of the budget) from the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program. This cut will mean the near elimination of a crucial system of coordinated care for survivors of sexual violence. Take Action Now!
Minnesota American Indian Women's Resource Center, August 1, 2009
Police reports from Duluth showed that Native girls were being lured off reservations, taken onto ships in port, beaten, and gang-raped. Native girls were being trafficked into prostitution, pornography, and strip shows over state lines and to Mexico. This is the first report of commercial sexual exploitation of American Indian women and girls. More
NY State Office for Prevention of Domestic Violence Newsletter, June 1, 2009
The fact that divorcing parents often badmouth each other to the children can not justify the damage done to abused and endangered children by PAS and PA accusations. A more rational and fair approach to the claim of PA is presented. More