Ways to Get Involved with EVE
There are many internship opportunities offered to those seeking internship or practicum credit for school. Click the button above for more details.
Please note that any individual seeking an opportunity that involves working directly with clients must complete the volunteer training held three times a year (January, May and September). Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis, but please submit your paperwork as soon as possible to find placement for the upcoming semester.
There are many ways you can donate to EVE. Click the button above for more details.
EVE relies on the generosity of volunteers, donors and area businesses and organizations; with your help we continue our mission to end domestic and sexual violence within our community. You may:
Donate items from our needs list
Contribute a monetary donation
Host a third-party fundraiser or donation drive
Your donations allow us to create pathways to safety for survivors of domestic and sexual violence while also advocating for change.
Opportunities for individuals seeking to complete court-ordered community service.
There are three types of volunteer opportunities offered here at EVE. Click the button above for more details.
Opportunities for individuals seeking to provide volunteer services to EVE who are NOT seeking internship credit.
Groups looking to complete a special project or a day of service (donation drives, landscaping projects, and more).
An example of a third-party fundraiser. Neysa and her group collected donations and gifts for EVE through their participation in a fun run!
Meet Some Difference Makers
I enjoy volunteering at EVE because I love doing my part to empower women who are survivors of domestic violence as well as educate the community on important issues like domestic violence, sexual assault, and healthy relationships. Being able to go out in the community and help Leah with planning and participating in events really helps me realize what I want to do in my future while being able to promote positive communities.
I love volunteering with End Violent Encounters because it is a nice placed to make some real impact with some of the most amazing people I have ever met. I’ve learned a lot about myself through volunteering, with children and the survivors, and the more time I spend volunteering with EVE, the more I feel like I am actually making a difference every day, for an issue I am very passionate about.The connections I have made here are amazing, and the reason I keep coming back every week.
I enjoy volunteering with E.V.E because I have a chance to help the often invisible party of a crime, the victim. It also gives me a chance to help my community and learn the justice system.