We primarily use volunteers to help staff our 24-hour Hotline. Shifts are 12 hours long, and remote - so you can do anything you normally would (sleep, hang out with friends, do homework), as long as you are in Laramie, sober, and able to answer the on-call phone! 

In order to volunteer, you must complete our state-mandated 40-hour training, which is put on three times a year in spring, summer, and fall. Click the button to apply to volunteer and get notified when our next training comes up! Feel free to email Volunteer Coordinator Sydney at volunteer@safeproject.org with any questions.

If you are interested in interning with SAFE Project, you will have to complete our 40-hour volunteer training, so the first step is to fill out a volunteer application by clicking the button above. You can find out more about volunteer internships by clicking on the button below!

"Being an advocate allows me to exercise personal empathy with victims, seeing that true individual strength comes from the difficult choice, undiscovered power, and amazing example they reflect every day in being a survivor."

Janet, Volunteer Advocate

In 2018 SAFE project 
volunteers accomplished:

talking on phones

Hotline Calls

976 Hotline

Woman with Watch

Hours on Call

 3,860 hours
on call

Lending a Helping Hand

In Person Contact

44 hours
of in-person client contact

Woman Holding a Mobile Phone

Hotline Client Contact

63 Hours 
Hotline client contact

our next volunteer advocacy
training will take place in spring 2022


If you are interested in attending this or a future training, or would like more information about our training or volunteering for SAFE Project in general, please email volunteer@safeproject.org

If you would like to offer your time and energy as a volunteer, 

or want to know information or dates for the next advocacy training, pleasE contact Sydney, our Volunteer Coordinator.