AIM provides emergency financial assistance to local families threatened with homelessness, loss of power or fuel, or other temporary crises.
We always welcome new volunteers. As a result of an agency transition in summer 2015, we have new opportunities that can be conducted both in and out of the office. Our goal is to match volunteer skills, strengths, and interests with AIM needs. See the AIM webpage below for more information.
St. Paul’s Memorial Church was one of the 14 founding congregations of AIM more than 30 years ago and has continued to support the mission; there are now about 45 contributing members.
Visit online: http://aimcville.org
The Haven is a safe and welcoming place for the homeless and very poor of Central Virginia to be during the day. The Haven provides this community with a central place to receive vital services, and connect to social service providers, and it functions as the low-barrier front door to the homeless system of care. Guests are invited to eat, play games, read books, meet service providers or simply rest. Every day of the year, the Day Haven provides guests with a welcoming place to get out of the elements. A nutritious hot breakfast is provided every day and guests have access to computers, showers, laundry, storage, a mailing address and phone.
Volunteer opportunities are available in The Haven’s day shelter, kitchen and community garden. Volunteers must be 18 years or older To get involved:
Visit online: http://www.thehaven.org
SARA's goal is to eliminate sexual violence by providing education, advocacy, and support to women, men, and children. SARA assists victims of sexual assault in Charlottesville and surrounding counties. Over the hotline volunteer advocates support people when they most need care. Outreach volunteers engage in community development, help raise awareness, and provide education about the public health crisis of sexual assault.
Visit online: http://www.sexualassaultresources.org/
For 30 years, SHE has worked to end domestic violence in this community. With the help of volunteers, the shelter is able to provide the safety, security, and support clients need. The volunteers offer support through the hotline, or serve as shelter managers, court monitors, children’s program assistants, office assistants, and Spanish language interpreters. Internships and other opportunities are also available.
Visit online: http://www.shelterforhelpinemergency.org/
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