We value your time and talent — volunteer for DAWN.
Are you looking to make an impact in South King County and are passionate about our commitment to rise for peaceful communities? We are always accepting dedicated, inspired volunteers who are excited to learn new skills and utilize their knowledge.
The steps to becoming a volunteer are simple even though our programs are competitive. Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Kate Haas at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you will then be contacted about the volunteer process and setting up an interview.
Note: all volunteers must pass a background check and some additional training may be required.
Volunteers hold a variety of positions within our agency and are accepted throughout the year. Check out our job descriptions to learn what you could do to assist our programs!
Interns are skill-based volunteers assisting in a select few positions and are interviewed on a rotating basis as availability opens. We are happy to collaborate with your course programs if you plan to receive credit for internship hours.
No internship positions are available at this time
For our clients: The domestic violence grassroots movement is made possible by the resiliency and collective voices of the survivors we serve. We can recommend you for a volunteer placement after at least six months from the date you last received services in our programs. There are many ways to give back and contribute to supporting survivors within your community.