Volunteer Areas

  • Clothes Closet

-Come in and help put our donations into our clothes closet

  • Advocacy

-Volunteers will gain experience in domestic violence, sexual assault, court, hospital, and/or children advocacy. They will attain this experience by sitting in on counseling and case management with clients. 

  • Shelter 

If you would like to help lift survivors' spirits, we need you! We need people with fresh ideas on how to give our survivors some time away from their trauma. From Yoga to a book club to arts & crafts and beyond, use your imagination to make a difference!​​

  • Inventory

-Come organize and clean our donation room in the back of our office

WHy Volunteer at wrap ?

become a volunteer!

"Working as a volunteer with WRAP is rewarding and a pleasure knowing I am helping people that I speak with. I may never meet them, that is ok. It's the difference I make in people's lives. Knowing I am giving them hope. It is a ministry."

Judy Pratt

WRAP volunteer since 1986

Please fill out this form below to apply to volunteer with us. We will get back to you as soon as possible! 

We would love to have you Volunteer at WRAP! Every second with us makes a meaningful difference in your community. 

Embracing and Empowering Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence

Our address is:

62 Directors Row

Jackson, TN

​38305


Phone Number:

1- (731)-668-0411


HOW to apply

VOLUNTEERING WITH US IS ALL ABOUT HELPING SERVE OUR COMMUNITY AND HELPING YOU TO GROW! WE WORK WITH FAMILIES WHO STRUGGLE WITH CONFLICT AND WHO ARE TRAUMATIZED BY VIOLENCE IN THE
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WHEN YOU VOLUNTEER FOR WRAP, YOU VOLUNTEER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF FAMILIES. A DIFFERENCE THAT CAN HAVE FAR-REACHING POSITIVE EFFECTS ON YOU, THE LIVES YOU TOUCH, AND YOUR COMMUNITY.

  • Crisis Line
  • Office Work
  • IT Work (General, Graphic Design, or Social Media)
  • Event Planning
  • Helping with Events

​"Volunteering gives my life a purpose.  I am very fortunate and have so much to be thankful for.  It is not only a privilege, but I feel that it is my duty to give back to others in need.  Victims of domestic violence have not only been physically harmed, but the effects of abuse can be emotionally debilitating as well. Victims are made to believe they have no self-worth.  They need to know that their lives matter to someone.  Because of agencies like WRAP, people have hope that there is still good in the world.  I get to be one of the good guys and I like the way that makes me feel."

-Renee Bowman

WRAP volunteer since 2008