How Can I Help?



Volunteer your time, talents and energy for tasks like answering the hotline, speaking to community groups, assisting in planning events or helping with administrative duties.


WomenSafe's annual Volunteer Training is now scheduled! Click below for...


Training Schedule

Letter regarding application process



Make a donation

Financial support is vital to ensuring that our services are available to anyone who needs them. It is important that our services remain free, since a common tactic of abusers is to control and limit their partners’ access to resources.


Speak out against violence

Learn the facts about domestic and sexual violence and share accurate information in your community. Tell others about our services.


What men can do to end domestic and sexual violence.

    • Confront sexist language and attitudes
    • Be a good role model
    • Take opportunities to coach boys about teamwork
    • Submit a newsletter article for WomenSafe’s biannual Newsletter
    • Attend a Domestic Violence Task Force Meeting
    • Sign up for the WomenSafe “Men as Allies in the Movement to End Violence Against Women” Training
    • Attend October Domestic Violence Awareness Month Events(DVAM), and April Sexual Violence Awareness Month Events (SVAM)
    • Work with the Domestic Violence Task Force to plan your own anti-violence event
    • Start a White Ribbon Campaign for Addison County (WomenSafe would be happy to provide guidance)
    • Send money to organizations that work to end violence
  • Go to the following websites to learn more about a man’s role in ending violence against women:

A call to Men:

Men Can Stop Rape:

Coaching Boys into Men:

White ribbon campaign: