Volunteer at Our VOICE

Volunteer Program

Our VOICE could not do the work we do without volunteers. We rely on volunteers to serve clients, participate in hosting events, and provide administrative support.


Which type of Volunteer are YOU?

Advocates provide support to survivors of sexual violence on the 24-hour hotline as well as hospital accompaniment to medical exams following recent incidents. For more information, click here. 

Bar Outreach Volunteers educate bar / restaurant owners and staff about how they can help prevent drug-facilitated sexual assault (DFSA). Training sessions happen throughout the year. For more information contact Daniel.

Community Outreach Volunteers represent Our VOICE at community events and fundraisers to talk with community members about Our VOICE’s mission, agency services, and other local resources.

Reception Volunteers assist at the reception desk in the Family Justice Center and in the Our VOICE office.

The Board of Directors is the governing body working to meet the mission and vision of Our VOICE.


Interested in getting involved in some way? Contact Quinn at quinnn@ourvoicenc.org!




Super Star Volunteer Shout Outs!




Susan has been an Our VOICE Advocate since April 2016 – As a grounding rock of the Our VOICE Advocates, Susan stands out with exemplary empathy and unwavering dedication to supporting survivors. She is a model advocate to share the mission and philosophy of Our VOICE through survivor-centered crisis response.




Leah has been an Our VOICE Advocate since January 2016 – Going above and beyond the call of duty, Leah has offered her insight and energy to the volunteer program through answering hotline calls, offering hospital accompaniment, and so much more. She has dedicated time to bettering training material for advocates, being present at community fundraisers, and spreading the word about Our VOICE services. Most recently, Leah encouraged and supported two of her colleagues through the process of becoming Our VOICE Advocates!