DAIS volunteers provide crucial, life-saving services to domestic violence survivors and their families and educate the public in meaningful ways.

There are two categories of volunteers at DAIS: Client-Based Volunteers and Community-Based Volunteers.

Client-Based Volunteers

Client-Based Volunteers provide direct service to our clients both in the shelter and in the community. Learn more about client-based volunteer opportunities and how to apply here.

Forte for DAIS Volunteers

Volunteers are instrumental in helping DAIS spread its message across the community. Forte for DAIS volunteers often have an interest in marketing, communications, education, community organizing, and/or donations coordination.

Read more about our community-based volunteer group, Forte, here.

Volunteer Questions:

Your time and compassion will go a long way in providing support to those impacted by domestic violence in Dane County.

All volunteers – client-based and community-based – are required to complete confidentiality forms for the safety of the DAIS facilities and the protection of those we serve.

If you have any questions about volunteering, please contact Emily Lassiter, Volunteer & Community Engagement Coordinator, at emilyl@abuseintervention.org or 608.251.1237 ext 424.

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