To continue to meet the ever-increasing demand for its training, DART needs volunteers.
DART strives to make maximum use of the abilities of its volunteers. Volunteers can assist in office work, bookkeeping, information technology, and in research, to name just a few areas where help is welcomed. If you have skills or experience in a specific area that you believe may be useful to DART, please let us know.
DART requires no minimum time commitment from its volunteers. Whether you give DART one hour each week or one hour each month, DART wants your help. You will be working with wonderful people and you will have the satisfaction of seeing your efforts pay off as DART is able to offer its programs to more and more people.
An additional benefit of volunteering is the ability to increase your knowledge of violence prevention and personal safety by participating in some of DART’s training programs. Some volunteers may even decide they want to become trained instructors.
For more information on volunteer opportunities with DART, please call DART’s Executive Director, Michele Dusenbery, at (303) 530-9447. You may also Michele at firstname.lastname@example.org