Thank you for your interest in joining SPAN! We have always relied on an incredible team of volunteers to help make our work possible in serving survivors of violence across multiple social locations, including but not limited to age, gender, race, immigration status, and disability. We are grateful to all the people who have contributed their time, skills, and passion in countless ways over the years.
Since October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we’d love to invite inspired humans to join us for a direct services Volunteer Training! If you’re looking to support survivors in Boulder County, please join us for this 16-hour training* rooted in a framework that promotes Accessible, Culturally Responsive, and Trauma-Informed (ACRTI) services.
If you are interested in volunteering with SPAN, please fill out this Volunteer Application and check out our online booking system to schedule a brief interview lasting up to 30 minutes. We will want to connect with you prior to confirming training enrollment, and we can meet virtually via Microsoft Teams or phone call. You can also reach out directly to SPAN’s Training and Engagement Coordinator, Ashley, with questions and to express interest volunteering via email at: email@example.com.
SPAN will be having its next volunteer training in October, on the following dates, all scheduled outside typical business hours. Once we can confirm your training enrollment, we will share the exact times and address:
- Tuesday, October 4th
- Thursday, October 6th
- Tuesday, October 11th
- Thursday, October 13th
- Saturday, October 15th
SPECIAL EVENTS VOLUNTEERS! Are you interested in supporting SPAN as a volunteer for fundraisers and special events? You can join just our 10/04 training date (3 hours) to learn about our organization and perfect your “elevator pitch”!
*There may be some additional training beyond the 16-hours needed prior to starting a role, which will range from 2 – 8 additional hours prior to starting a shift. This will include opportunities to shadow someone else already doing the work.