Become a Volunteer!

Thank you for expressing interest in volunteering with us. We are super excited for you to get involved with one of the best nonprofits in the country. Our team raves about their experience with us and highly encourages others to get active too.

When you volunteer with us you receive exclusive benefits like:

  • monthly giveaways,
  • volunteer recognitions,
  • random surprise lunches at work,
  • or our personal favorite: exclusive access to our volunteer appreciation retreat.

We LOVE our volunteers – because they make healing possible.

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Embrace Your Passion:

Regional Social Media Champion: Are you a fan of BTSADV but are unable to attend our events in-person? We have an amazing opportunity for you to help us engage your state in advocacy, awareness, and camaraderie – the BTSADV way. We have developed a series of private Facebook pages that are designed to engage survivors in conversation and fellowship with local survivors in their area. Our pages are setup to connect survivors and build meaningful relationships among members. The Regional Facebook Admin would be responsible for maintaining one local page based on his/her geographical location. This page should follow our Facebook guidelines and should also revolve around the culture of BTSADV. The Ambassador would be required to vet each potential member, post daily, engage with all members, and promote BTSADV events and programs as they roll out nationally. This volunteer would report directly to our Regional Facebook Coordinator and would be required to stay in constant communication with our team upon onboarding.

Social Media Admin (Twitter): We are seeking social media admins to manage our Twitter page to share content related to domestic violence, grow our followings, and continue to impact and inspire others. Duties include posting original BTSADV content on a daily and/or weekly basis on at least one of our social media platforms. Respond, share, and interact with followers and related content. Provide updates to the Social Media Director on their tasks.

Social Media Admin (Facebook): We are seeking 1 Facebook admin to manage our Facebook page and to manage our content related to domestic violence, foster growth on our platform, and continue to impact and inspire others. Duties include posting relevant and original BTSADV content on scheduled posting days. Respond, share, and interact with followers and related content. Provide updates to the Facebook Coordinator on their tasks.

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Share Your Talents:

Special Events Volunteer: Local Colorado Springs area only – We believe love and kindness is the best ingredient to ensuring our community is happy and healthy. Our Events committee engages local survivors in events, participates in recruiting gift bags for retreats, and inspires donors to contribute to programming throughout the year. What we love most about this committee is the opportunity to interact with survivors, donors, and volunteers to maintain healthy relationships for all. This committee is also comprised of our go-to local Colorado Springs volunteers.

College Recruitment Volunteer: This position recruits college students to join our volunteer team by posting on College/University websites under the appropriate channels. After training, this volunteer may be able to table at campus events to promote BTSADV. The CRV may also build connections with national sororities, fraternities, and organizations to build a stronger volunteer network.

Creative Committee: Are you a creative? Are you bursting at the seams with creative ideas that you would like to see implemented at BTSADV. Our Creative Committee is comprised of volunteers who actively create graphics, infographics, and design work for all of our social media campaigns, outreach efforts, and internal branding purposes. Must be able to prioritize projects and must be open to creative direction by our Creative Coordinator.

Graphic Designer: The graphic designer will lead the creation of designs for Break the Silence Against Domestic Violence and will create visual concepts to inspire, inform, and connect individuals with BTSADV.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Will design flyers and invitations for events, promotions, and awareness of BTSADV.
  • Will design Facebook banners and Twitter cover photos.
  • Develop graphics for BTSADV through illustrations.
  • Employ color, type, illustration, photography, animation, and various print and layout techniques when designing project.
  • Use computer software to create electronic versions of designs.
  • Maintain archive of images, photos, or previous work products.
  • Create designs, concepts, and sample layouts based on knowledge of layout principles and aesthetic design concepts.

Preferred Skills:

  • The ability and familiarity with editing graphics and photoshop.
  • Understanding of various programs such as Canva, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Microsoft Suite, and GSuite.
  • The ability to create images that identify a product or convey a message
  • Exceptional creativity and innovation
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills

Every Bit Counts:

Grassroots Volunteer: tabling at national conferences/events with branded BTSADV materials and encourage local survivors to share their stories, recruit 1 million people to sign our Pledge (starting October 1st) at events, street corners, schools, anywhere. More info to come on the pledge.

Join Us!