Committee members are experienced, knowledgeable individuals who provide guidance for aspects of Harbor House. Our board committees include; Finance, Human Resources, Governance, Fundraising, Marketing, and Facilities. You do not need to be a board member to join a board committee.Apply Here
Volunteer for Harbor House
Domestic abuse advocates come from all walks of life. Harbor House volunteers include men and women, parents and teens, church and school groups, business professionals, teachers, and domestic violence survivors. This diverse volunteer base not only promotes a welcoming community of hope within our doors – it strengthens our community relationships, meets the needs of our clients, and enriches the lives of shelter residents and staff.
We want to ensure that each volunteer who walks through our doors feels connected to Harbor House and our mission to end domestic abuse in Northeast Wisconsin. As a Harbor House volunteer, you’ll be required to participate in an eight-hour volunteer training in which you’ll learn about domestic abuse, the importance of confidentiality and how to protect it, the effects of domestic violence on children, and concepts related to anti-oppression.
Share Your Talents
Have a unique talent that’s not in our list of volunteer opportunities? We’d love to hear from you. Harbor House volunteers offer their expertise on a wide variety of topics including knitting, auto care, resume writing, interviewing, and budgeting. Volunteers also offer free personal care services such as haircuts, chiropractic services, yoga, and massage. We even have a group of women that visit monthly to provide residents with a home cooked meal.
Harbor House volunteers donate their time and talents in a variety of ways:
Board Members provide knowledge to allow us to improve operational efficiency, increase organizational capacity, and better support survivors of domestic abuse. Each board member is asked to be on one of our committees: Finance, Human Resources, Governance, Fundraising, Marketing, or Facilities.Apply Here
We work with many students from local colleges seeking full-year, semester, or summer internships. Interns from varying fields gain experience providing advocacy for individuals in crisis. We also offer volunteer opportunities to individuals looking to fulfill court-ordered community service hours.Apply Here