How to Help
Always In Need Of:
Drinks and individually packaged snacks (bottled water, juice boxes, crackers, chips, fruit snacks, etc).
New and used tennis shoes, any brand, style or size. New clothing for emergency room patients of all sizes for women, men, and children. Sweatpants, sweatshirts, gym shorts, yoga type pants, t-shirts, undergarments & socks.
Office supplies (postage stamps, address labels, Manila folders, computer paper, paper clips, pens, fine point dry erase markers, sticky notes, highlighters, etc).
Cleaning supplies (sponges, floor cleaner, trash bags, dish soap, hand soap, bug spray, all purpose cleaners, wipes, air fresheners, toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, brooms, mops).
Monetary Donations (click the link in the section below to donate to our paypal)
If you would like to donate any of these items, please call the agency to arrange a time and day. We are so grateful and appreciative of those who are wanting to help our cause and donate supplies in need. Thank you for supporting us!
Your role at RCCC is essential to our success. Each day people from our community turn to RCCC at their most desperate times of crisis. Often, they are emotionally drained. They will tell you their stories, express their desires and need your support. The responsibility that you have as a volunteer is that each person that reaches out for our services is shown compassion and understanding. When a victim has the courage to ask for help, this agency must be prepared to support and help. Each victim is deserving of a thoughtful confidant and an advocate who will help them find their own voice. We are always looking for more volunteers and could use your help!
Answering the 24-hour Crisis Line after office hours
Responding to Emergency Room calls
Assisting victims during the Legal Process
Participating in Community Awareness
Assisting with Support Groups
In order to work with victims, volunteers must attend a state mandated 20-hour training class, and submit a background check. If you are interested in assisting with fundraising or community awareness (and not directly with victims), you do not have to attend the 20 hour training. While these are RCCC primary volunteer opportunities, there are many other chances to get involved with our agency. For more information about becoming a volunteer, please email: email@example.com
Our next Rape Crisis Sensitivity training's:
August 3rd & August 10th / October 16th & 23rd from 8am-5pm at FTCC