Volunteers play a critical role in our work of empowering our clients from victim to survivor and contribute over 18,000 service hours to Bright Future Foundation each year. Matching our needs with a volunteer’s gifts and interests is the primary purpose of our volunteer process. Please see below for volunteer opportunities.
The first step in the process is to complete the Volunteer Application form listed below. If you have any questions, please contact our Program Sustainability Manager at 970-763-7209, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently seeking volunteers for the following opportunities:
24/7 Crisis Hotline – Volunteers help support our 24-hour Crisis Hotline, which provides direct crisis support and intervention to victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse throughout Eagle County. Hotline support is available in both English and Spanish. All hotline volunteers must participate in a forty-hour advocacy training, which focuses on dynamics of abuse, domestic violence, and sexual assault.