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While making a donation, becoming a Supporting Member, and becoming a financial supporter or partner are extremely appreciated and beneficial to DCADV, we also need and appreciate you giving your time to support DCADV’s mission to end domestic violence.
DCADV has a number of Committees, Task Forces, and special groups, and is involved in many others with partner organizations. Read about DCADV Committees and Task Forces. Most groups meet monthly in Wilmington or Dover, and usually offer an opportunity to call in if you’re unable to attend in person.
If you are interested in joining a specific committee or want to find out if one exists around a certain area of focus, contact us at 302.658.2958 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Groups including churches, sororities, civic groups, college classes and honor societies, and workplaces have raised thousands of dollars for DCADV over the years through our partnership with a company called Shelter Alliance. They recycle and refurbish used cell phones, which earn up to $30 each. The unrestricted funds collected for DCADV by these groups is greatly appreciated.
DCADV staff can provide you with a variety of sample and template materials to help you plan your cell phone drive. Whether you are soliciting only members of the group (i.e. church congregation, colleagues, club members - called an "internal drive") to donate their own used phones, or coordinating members of the group to solicit others (i.e. customers, their friends and family, the local community - called an "external drive"), DCADV is here to help you. Learn how to hold an internal cell phone drive,
If you’re interested in holding a cell phone drive, please review the above document, register with Shelter Alliance, and contact us to let us know of your efforts and with any questions.
There are currently no open employment opportunities at DCADV.
There are a variety of ways to volunteer to help prevent and end domestic violence. Examples include:
Please complete a volunteer application and fax, mail, or email it to email@example.com. We will follow up with you about any opportunities that exist that match your education, requirements, and skills.
We are always interested in interns from local colleges and universities with an interest in Policy and Systems Advocacy, Training, Prevention, and Communications. Please complete the internship application and fax, mail, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will follow up with you about any opportunities that exist that match your education, requirements, and skills.
Current Opportunity: Communications Intern