Union County's Leading Domestic Violence Agency Seeks Volunteers
- Organization: YWCA Eastern Union County
- Causes: Civic, Educational, Faith-based, Health, Kids, Seniors, Women
- Contact person: Lana Sacks, Coordinator
- Phone: (908) 355-1500 ext. 18
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: www.ywcaeuc.org
YWCA EUC Looking to Build Volunteer Base and Community Visibility
The YWCA Eastern Union County (EUC) is actively recruiting committed, reliable and sympathetic individuals to become volunteers interested in ending the cycle of
domestic violence and creating real change in our communities.
Volunteer positions available include:
*Domestic Violence Response Team
*Administrative and Fundraising Support
*Shelter and Housing Support
YWCA EUC’s free Domestic Violence Certification program begins on Monday, January 28th and is open to all prospective volunteers. For more information on how to get involved, please contact Lana Sacks, Coordinator.
YWCA’s mission is eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
In 1978, in response to the growing concern about domestic violence in Union County, the YWCA EUC established Project Protect to provide emergency shelter for battered women and their children. Today, they are recognized as the lead domestic violence agency in Union
County, with a full range of services provided.