Hope’s Wings is always in need of volunteers to staff our after-hours hotline, provide clerical assistance, support our clients, organize fundraisers, and much more. Direct Service Volunteers work directly with the victims of domestic violence. Our comprehensive training prepares volunteers to assist survivors of domestic violence in dealing with the traumatic impact of family violence. Support Service Volunteers work with our agency in other areas. To volunteer, complete a volunteer application and email to email@example.com OR mail to Hope’s Wings, ATTN: Volunteer Coordinator, PO Box 488, Richmond KY 40476.
Legal structures affect lives.
It is important that citizens across the state make their voices heard. There are many ways to get involved with the legislative process. Senators and Representatives are very responsive to the concerns of their constituents, and one voice can often make a big difference. Become an advocate and have your voice heard!
Attend an Event
Hope’s Wings has a number of awareness and fundraising events throughout the year. Learn more about these fun ways to support our programs.
- “These Hands Don’t Hurt” Men’s Rally – October
- “Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Proclamation Signing and Lunch at City Hall” – October
- “Jail & Bail” Event – Spring
- “An Evening for Hope” – Summer
Give Back Programs
Kroger Community Rewards
Did you know you can donate to Hope’s Wings by grocery shopping? The Kroger Community Rewards program makes fundraising easy by donating to local organizations based on the shopping you do every day. Once you link your Card to an organization (Hope’s Wings Inc), all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Shopper’s Rewards Card.
Help Hope’s Wings simply by shopping!
- Amazon Smile
- Kroger Community Rewards
Become a Sponsor
You or your business can be among our group of generous event and project sponsors. To learn more about how you can, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support Hope’s Wings
Your financial support is an investment in the health and safety of our community.