Revolution is a grant funded group which strives to inform teens about the dangers of dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. We also provide education on the characteristics of healthy relationships. If you are between the ages of 14 and 20 and are interested in becoming a member or if you are interested in us doing a performance for your civic group or school for FREE, call Abbie T. or Erin at the Center @ 402-564-2155.
We are looking for persons who are interested in making a difference in the lives of those affected by domestic violence and/or sexual assault. The blessings are endless for those who make time for others. The Center for Survivors has many volunteer opportunities available.
We want to find the volunteer opportunity that is the best fit for your skills, interests, and schedule. Whether you are a student, retiree or anywhere in between, we would love to have you on our team! Training and support are provided. Please come in to the center and fill out an application.
We are looking for good listeners. You will respond to crisis calls when the office is closed from your phone, providing first response to clients in crisis. THis position involves some direct contact with clients. A flexible schedule is available. Training and support are provided.
When staff meet with a mother in crisis on the weekend, a volunteer is occasionally needed to watch the client’s children at the office. Volunteer on-call is for one weekend at a time.
Scooping walks, plastic on shelter windows, seasonal cleaning
Sexual Assault Awareness Month:
Volunteers needed to set up clothesline display in service area. Distribute agency brochures and sexual assault awareness information. Assist with vigil and preparation. There are many ways to be involved with this important month.
Summer Sizzle Fundraiser Help:
Calling organizations to ask for donations for our silent auction. Can be done from home or our office.
Cleaning supplies: ANY cleaning supplies would be greatly appreciated, trash bags, antibacterial sprays, dish soap-small bottles
Personal care items: Toilet paper, feminine hygiene products, deodorant, hair brushes, baby wipes, diapers (especially size 2 to size 6) and bed pillows
Food items: Spaghetti sauce/pasta, cereal, applesauce, bottled juice, granola bars, applesauce, peanut butter/jelly, canned tuna, canned fruit, canned vegetables, coffee & tea, flour & sugar
Misc. items: Batteries (AAA, AA, 9 volt), light bulbs, ziploc bags, foil, plastic wrap, gift cards for Walmart, SuperSaver, etc., Rubbermaid totes with lids.
The next time you are shopping throw a couple of extra items in the cart. We accept donations at the office anytime. We appreciate your support!