Volunteer Spotlight

Sarah Peardon has been volunteering with SAVIS since January of 2013! Sarah began her journey with SAVIS in community outreach and quickly completed her frontline training in October of 2013. Sarah has since been an active and dedicated member of the crisis line. Sarah demonstrates her passion for helping others through her selflessness and continual voice of support! Wh...
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Volunteer Spotlight

“Hi!  My name is Aliya Mohamed, and I got involved with SAVIS because I have always had a passion for women's issues and helping people with their problems.  Although this usually applied to friends, the idea of being able to help strangers through times of crisis was compelling, and the reality has proven to be challenging but incredibly rewarding.  I learned about SAVIS throu...
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Thank You Volunteers!

On December 5, 2013, volunteers were recognized around the world for their efforts helping others whenever they can. We would like to thank all of our wonderful volunteers for all of their hard work and dedication to ending violence. SAVIS volunteers assist with planning and operating events, staffing on the crisis line and helping with SAVIS information booths. We would not...
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SAVIS Volunteer Training

This fall SAVIS provided 13 volunteers and 3 placement students with “front line” crisis line training. These new volunteers were excited to participate in the training sessions and each brought their own unique strengths and experiences to the sessions. SAVIS is excited to have such wonderful and hard working new volunteers. In 2014, SAVIS will be offering a non-front line ...
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Passion and Dedication: Ashley Mitchell

Ashley Mitchell joined SAVIS in 2010 and has given many valuable and dedicated hours of volunteerism. As a support/crisis line volunteer, Ashley is one of the voices of SAVIS that provides 24 hour support to survivors of violence. Ashley said the following of her work at SAVIS:  Ashley and her dog Holly“I became involved with the Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention S...
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