There are many ways to get involved and help survivors of domestic violence. To put an end to this epidemic, we need everyone to join the movement, no matter man or woman. Thank you for seeing the vision and wanting to be involved to help others. We thank you for getting involved.
Survivors With A Testimony Inc. relies on the generous contributions of people like you, businesses, clubs, churches, and foundations to sustain our work. A kind gesture can reach a wound that only compassion can heal. So give TODAY!
Host a Drive
You can help survivors as they transition into a new, abuse-free life. Whether it’s household goods, toiletries or other basics, we have lots of opportunities for you and your coworkers, faith based community, family, and or friends to help provide survivors with the things they need. Check out our wish list and how you can organize a drive today.
One of the most ideal ways we can end abusive behavior at home is to discuss it. Quietness permits aggressive behavior at home to flourish. The more we, as a whole, think about this issue and how to help survivors, the closer we will get to our goal. We have numerous assets you can begin utilizing today!
Trainings & Workshops
You can request a training or attend a workshop on domestic violence to learn how to better support survivors. Whether you’re in the medical field, HR, spiritual leadership, or at a company and want to make sure your managers and employees know the warning signs of abuse, we can come offer training customized to your group.
Volunteers are integral to Survivors With A Testimony Inc. work. Whether by joining our board or one-time with a group of friends or coworkers, volunteers make a difference by answering the Helpline, co-facilitating support groups, helping at our events, or offering administrative help. Learn more about volunteering with us.
Attend An Event
Survivors With A Testimony Inc. has two special event fundraisers planned this year, our Car and Bike Show and Our Annual GALA. We also host community conversations to learn more about domestic violence and what we can all do to support the survivors in our lives. We do a virtual roundtable every other Tuesday to bring awareness on all forms of abuse: physical, mental, spiritual, sexual, economic, financial, psychological and mental.
Join our Rescue Team
Rescue Teams Volunteers respond nights and weekends, to provide immediate crisis intervention to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. Volunteers meet with survivors in the hospital and jail setting to offer support, information and advocacy immediately following incidents of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as respond by phone when necessary. A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle are required for this program.
Volunteer Time Requirements: On-call shifts run from 5p to 8a on weeknights or 8a-8a weekends. Volunteers are asked to take 3 shifts each month. We also ask that Rescue Teams volunteers live in North Carolina or Indiana as to ensure prompt responses for survivors. Note: Due to insurance requirements, Rescue Team Volunteers must be at least 21.