work directly with our Ladies and behind the scenes.
Opportunities range from cooking and serving meals in
our kitchen, to leading a variety of workshops,
providing office support, sorting donations, and much
both volunteer groups and individual volunteers to serve
the needs of the more than 4300 women who visit our
Center every year.
HOW TO START TODAY!
Fill out the online
Orientation and a Volunteer Training (Training is
required for most volunteer opportunities.) RSVP at
Look at our
group volunteer opportunities
under-18 group opportunities to see how
your group can get involved.
Fill out the
and email it to
Volunteer@DWCweb.org or fax to (213) 680-0844.
If you have any questions, take a look at our
Check out these volunteers who shared with us why they love
volunteering at DWC!
Spotlights Cooking Club Leader Lisa Napoli
Volunteering at DWC is a great
experience that is fun and rewarding, but it also
builds community, and has a great impact on the
women the Center serves.
Lisa Napoli is a DWC Volunteer Cooking Club Leader
who comes monthly with a group of her friends and
colleagues to cook a healthy meal from scratch for
DWC was recently awarded the Deutsch Foundation's
2013 HALO Award in recognition of Lisa's volunteer
leadership, and of our volunteer program.
Lisa has designated her HALO Award to establish a
Case Management Urgent Need Fund to support DWC's
case management team as they work with women to
address critical needs.
Volunteer Orientation & Training
Sat., Aug. 16th 10:30am-12:30pm
Wed., Sept. 17th 6:30-8:30pm
To RSVP, email Volunteer@DWCweb.org
I f you
have any questions,
email us :
or call (213) 680-0600.