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Volunteer Opportunities at Safe Futures

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Interested in volunteering?

Those interested in volunteering with Safe Futures please email:

volunteer@safefuturesct.org.

Some examples of ways volunteers are involved:

  • Becoming an Ambassador (short term 3-month assignment)
  • Community Outreach and Special Events (flexible hours)
  • Office Assistance (weekdays)
  • Data Entry (weekdays)
  • Crisis Hotline (24 X 7)
  • Beautification and apartment makeovers (flexible hours)

We will match your skills, interest and availability with current agency opportunities.

 

Volunteer Stories

 

“Men who abuse women have impacted severely several people close to me and, in 2004, resulted in the violent death of the 10-year old young daughter of a friend of mine and her toddler nephew. It was devastating for the family and for me.

 

“As men, to help prevent the abnormal development that contributes to producing abusers, we need to mentor young men with whom we are in contact, take responsibility for the welfare of our own partners and children and be positive and present role models for our children. We must teach by word and example that a “real man” unselfishly honors womanhood and also honors rather than debases himself.

 

“We must also help our young women and young men to recognize and expect positive relationships and to be aware of the signs of abusive potential partners”.
In Memory of Bill Wernau, Volunteer

 

Mildred E. Devine

Millie is a graduate of Waterford High School. She received a BA with honors in business administration from Upper Iowa University in Fayette, Iowa. She is a graduate of the National Graduate Trust School at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. She earned the designations as a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor and an Accredited Estate Planner. Millie has had a long career in the Trust business and recently retired from Dime Bank where she was Vice President and Trust Officer. She has administered numerous private foundations and has been president of numerous non-profit organizations, including the Waterford Education Foundation. Millie serves Safe Futures as the Volunteer Grants Administrator.

Contact Us


Volunteer

volunteer@safefuturesct.org

ADMINISTRATION

16 Jay Street, New London, CT 06320
Phone (860) 447-0366
Fax (860) 440-3327

Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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