Viola’s Place Inc.
Ways To Get Involved
Ways To Get Involved
1. Fundraising: Participate in fundraisers that support Viola's Place Inc.
2. Host a Drive: Viola's Place Inc. is often in need of items, like toothbrushes, toothpaste, tampons, pads, shampoo and conditioner. Viola's Place Inc. can use food and canned goods, clothing, and bedding.
3. Volunteering: We are super excited that you would volunteer with us. Lending your skills to help operations at Viola's Place will be greatly appreciated. Do you have an excellent phone present, are you good with people, are you good at raising funds, then we need you.
4. Shop with Amazon Smile: List Viola's Place Inc. as your organization and Amazon Smile will donates a portion of your order to the charity of your choice.
5. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram: Be kept up to date with our agency, events and information about domestic violence
6. Attend Our Events: Your presences helps bring attention to our mission and encourages others, you never know who is in attendance.
7. Be a Support: Become a support person for someone in an abusive relationship.
8. Don't Have a Hard Heart: Listen to, trust and believe the survivors.
9. Don't Be Quiet: SPEAK UP when you witness domestic abuse.
10. Donate: By financially giving will insure that our mission will keep helping the women and their children that we serve.
11. Get Educated: Attend domestic violence's trainings.
12. Be an Active Campaigner: Participate in domestic violence awareness campaigns.
13. Be a Teacher: Teach your family members about having healthy relationships and the warning signs of abuse.
14. Share your Story: If you are a survivor, think about sharing your story, this can help others understand that they are not alone.
*Viola's Place Inc. does not, by policy or practice, discriminate against a person or group on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, gender identify an expression, marital or military status, or based on any individual's status in any group or class protected by applicable federal, state or local law.*