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Volunteer

We are always in need of enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers to join us in our mission. If you would like to support your community and gain experience regarding event coordination, fundraising, public speaking, database management, networking, and social media, consider volunteering with us!

Donate

It is through all the generous donations and grants that we recieve, that we are able to provide as many events, conferences, campaigns, programs and workshops as we do. Consider this as a form of support by a one-time or a monthly donation to an area of work of you want to see more of!

Workshops

As we are moving forward, education is becoming more of a center focus. They are a way we are able to share our campaigns, programs, and training to a wider audeince. Think about booking a workshop or think about collaberating with us to create one specific to you! See our In-Partnership workshops for more info. 

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