Volunteering with PATH helps to create a safe, nurturing community of support for survivors of Sex Trafficking, Sexual Abuse and Sexual Assault.
For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. Ephesians 2:10
At PATH, our goal is to build a strong community of hope. This is possible through your support.
Far too many people are caught in circumstances of trafficking and abuse. They feel lost, forgotten and often lose hope. At PATH, we want them to know that there is a way out and that they have a Father in Heaven that loves them just as they are. We build on this further through our volunteer support. You can volunteer to help build a strong and supportive community to strengthen survivors and help them achieve and maintain goals to reach independence.
Caring for the Community
Volunteer to enrich the lives of survivor of sex trafficking, sexual abuse and sexual assault. Strengthen them and make them a part of the community that we enjoy so much.
Volunteer to be the difference. Step out and serve this special population. Be “Family” to those that often have little to no relationship with their own families. Help us end Human Trafficking once and for all.
See the Impact
See victims grow, meet their goals, and become strong, independent SURVIVORS!
PATH has a myriad of opportunities to volunteer and support survivors of sex trafficking, sexual abuse, and sexual assault. Please explore volunteer opportunities here.
Client Care Opportunities
In order to serve in this capacity, whether as an employee, intern or volunteer, you will need to complete Sex Crimes Awareness Training (SCAT) and get a background check. Fill out the form below and PATH will provide additional details to complete these requirements.
This involves answering calls to the phone line listed for calls from victims and victim referrals.
Must receive training specific to answering these calls along with required background check and Sex Crimes Awareness Training.
Teaching, Mentoring, or Sponsorship
This involves building a relationship through therapeutic, life skills or FUN interactions! You can mentor a survivor and commit to ‘walk through life’ with her, even after graduation. Sponsorship of a survivor requires meeting a minimum of twice a month and talking with the survivor on the weeks not meeting.
Non-Client Care Opportunities
To serve in a non-client area you are encouraged to attend the Sex Crimes Awareness Training just to learn more about PATH and what we do, but it is not required. Some opportunities in this area require experience and references.
Community Education & Events
This involves assisting with Victim Services Training, working booths at events, or becoming an Events Planning Committee Member.
Additionally there are opportunities to assist with legislation.
This involves data entry, volunteer coordination, filing, etc. Volunteering in our office also involves helping with AV at events, computer and network help.