The Abused Adult Resource Center has many areas where our volunteers make contributions to our services and operations. Some volunteers work hours on the hotline while others are able to help for an hour or day for a specific event or activity.

Here are some ways in which our volunteers assist survivors of violence and their children:

  • Client support
  • Special events & fundraising
  • Office support
  • Child care at our shelters
  • Seeds of Hope
    • Christmas Store
    • Pricing
    • Organization

If interested, please call our Volunteer Coordinator at (701) 222-8370 or fill out the form below.

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Why Volunteer?

What is a Volunteer?

  • A volunteer is a person who freely gives his or her time and talent to a worthwhile group or cause.
  • A volunteer is someone who believes that people can make a difference and who is willing to prove it!

Volunteers help shape a better future!

For many people, volunteer service is a special source of personal satisfaction and growth. Today, many employers, including federal and state governments, accept volunteer experience as part of a person’s work history.


Think about joining this special community of people today.

It’s a way to:

  • Meet new people
  • Learn new skills and gain insight
  • Find new challenges
  • Build a better society for all

How can you get involved?

  1. The Abused Adult Resource Center is located in Bismarck, North Dakota, so volunteers must be located close enough to make volunteering feasible.
  2. Call our office at (701) 222-8370 or email aarc@aarcnd.com to request a volunteer application.
  3. Complete the application and meet with volunteer coordinator to determine your area of interest and availability.
  4. Complete training if necessary.
  5. Become a part of the solution by working to eliminate domestic violence in our area.
  6. You can also help in our community by working with the PULSE program.
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