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Volunteering with WRAP

Make a Difference in the Lives of Survivors

We believe that volunteers play a crucial role in supporting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as families. By dedicating your time and skills, you can make a direct impact on the lives of those in need and contribute to our mission of creating a safer and more supportive community. We offer various volunteer opportunities to suit different interests and availability.

1. College and Graduate Student Internships:

  • Join our internship program, tailored for college and graduate students looking to gain valuable hands-on experience in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault services.

  • As an intern, you'll work closely with our experienced team, providing support to survivors, assisting with advocacy efforts, and contributing to our programs and initiatives.

  • Contact Danielle McHaney, for more information about our internship program.


2. Safe Hope Center Donation Processing:

  • Volunteer at the Safe Hope Center in Jackson and help with processing donations.

  • By organizing and sorting donated items, you directly contribute to providing essential resources for survivors and their families.

  • If you are interested in helping at the Safe Hope Center, contact Barbara Hobson for details.


3. Denim and Pearls Fundraiser and Special Events:

  • Assist with our annual Denim and Pearls fundraiser by helping with event setup, providing on-site support during the event, and assisting with cleanup afterward.

  • Additionally, we have various special events throughout the year where your volunteer assistance will be invaluable.

  • If you'd like to volunteer at Denim and Pearls or other special events, contact Jenci Spradlin.


4. Direct Support to Survivors (Long-Term Commitment):

  • Volunteering in direct support to survivors requires a longer-term commitment and involves working closely with our advocates and professionals. This commitment would be at least 10 hours per week.

  • This role requires specialized training to maintain confidentiality, provide emotional support, and empower survivors on their journey to healing and recovery.

  • If you are interested in a longer-term commitment with WRAP, contact Jenci Spradlin for details. 


If you're interested in learning more about volunteering opportunities at WRAP, we invite you to reach out to us. Together, we can explore how your skills, passion, and availability align with our volunteer programs. Volunteering with WRAP not only benefits survivors but also provides you with a meaningful and rewarding experience, knowing that you are making a positive impact on the lives of others.

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