Volunteer with Henderson House
Volunteers are an integral part of our agency. Our volunteers allow us to provide 24-hour services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence in our community.
If you are interested in making a real difference in our community, you will find more information below about ways you can help.
Henderson House Volunteer Coordinator Trudy Siderius
503.472.0244 X301 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Support Group Child Care Provider is responsible for overseeing and monitoring children’s play activities and assures the immediate and continued safety of the children in their care.
The Donations Specialist organizes and maintains incoming and existing donations received by Henderson House donors, such as clothing, shoes, household items, toys, hygiene products, bedding and other miscellaneous goods.
Office volunteers help our program with important duties such as answering phones, helping out with donations, and assisting with special projects. If you’re interested in giving back in other ways besides advocacy, becoming an office volunteer may be right for you.
Volunteer DV/SA Relief Advocates works inter-dependently with all Staff and Staff Advocates, within a safe learning environment, to provide emotional support and advocacy services to sexual and domestic violence clients, including but not limited to, crisis intervention, safety planning, support groups and resource referrals to the families and children of Yamhill County, Oregon in a culturally responsive manner.
Send your volunteer inquiry to Henderson House Volunteer Coordinator Trudy Siderius using the form below.