How To Help

Spread the Word

The easiest thing you can do right now, is to help spread the word about Wichita Family Crisis Center. Please follow and like us on social media, and share our mission with your friends and family.


Financial support is critical in our efforts to provide 24-hour emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence. No gift is too small to make a difference. Donations are accepted online or at our administrative office. For more information please contact

Making a wish list donation to the Wichita Family Crisis Center is another great way to help. Wish list items may be dropped off at our Administrative Office at 7824 E 32nd St N, Wichita, KS 67226, between 8 AM – 5 PM Monday through Friday.

Wichita residents, you can contribute to the WFCC every time you shop at Dillon’s. Just register your Dillon’s Plus Card with their community rewards program and link it to Wichita Family Crisis Center.  It only takes a few seconds to sign up at and Dillon’s will donate a percentage of purchases to WFCC. Another way to donate while you shop is with Amazon’s Smile program. Amazon Smile donates 0.5% of eligible purchases straight back to us, no fees and same great shopping experience. Go to and log in using your Amazon credentials. The page that pops up will suggest different charities, and under the heading “Or pick your own charitable organization” enter Wichita Family Crisis Center and select our agency. You are now set up to support WFCC through your Amazon purchases!

Invite Others

See firsthand how the Wichita Family Crisis Center is changing lives. We invite interested community members to tour our facility and learn about our mission. Please call our administrative office at (316) 263-7501 for more information.


Wichita Family Crisis Center has a variety of volunteer opportunities to fit your time and talents.

Indirect volunteers assist with projects behind the scenes that support clients. Indirect volunteer tasks can include sorting donations, cleaning in our shelter, administrative duties, yardwork, and other tasks that indirectly support clients and staff. Indirect volunteering requires a volunteer application and 1-hour of orientation with our Volunteer Coordinator.

Direct volunteering is providing a direct service to clients. Direct volunteering can include answering the crisis hotline, assisting clients in shelter, intake paperwork, assisting staff during support group or educational classes, and medical advocacy. Direct volunteering requires a volunteer application, KBI Records Check form, DCF Child Abuse Registry Check form, and a 40-hour volunteer advocate training. The 40-hour Volunteer Advocate training is hosted by WFCC once a quarter.

We also welcome volunteer groups based on needs and availability. Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator to schedule a volunteer group.

For more information please contact

Youth Advisory Council (YAC):

Wichita Family Crisis Center’s YAC is composed of high school students in grades 9-12. Members will develop their leadership skills through community engagement activities, volunteering, and academic projects. YAC members will learn about advocating for survivors and taking a stand against intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking. Through their involvement with the YAC, students will learn from professionals working with survivors, and learn more about the issues and causes of domestic and sexual violence, and human trafficking.

Qualifications for YAC:

  • Students in grades 9-12
  • Have a passion for advocating for victims of intimate partner and sexual violence, and human trafficking
  • Be a leader among your peers, wanting to educate others on domestic and sexual violence, and human trafficking
  • Be flexible, open-minded, respectful, and hard-working

​​​​​​​​Application for the 2023/24 school year can be found here. For more information please contact


To end domestic violence, we all need to be part of the solution. Share the 24-hour Crisis Line (316-267-SAFE) with someone who may be in need of support, educate yourself and others, and speak up about abuse. is a great resource to visit. NO MORE aims to raise public awareness and engagement around ending domestic violence and sexual assault.