Spread the Word
The easiest thing you can do right now, is to help spread the word about Wichita Family Crisis Center. Please share our mission with your friends and family, or simply ‘Like Us’ on Facebook.
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 information about our Take a Stand Society and other ways to give please contact email@example.com.
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 1111 N. St. Francis between 8 AM – 5 PM Monday through Friday.
See firsthand how the Wichita Family Crisis Center is changing lives. Join us and/or invite others to attend Empower Hour, a one-hour tour of our mission and facility.
The Wichita Family Crisis Center offers many volunteer opportunities suitable for your available time and interests. Opportunities range from events and light office work to providing services for victims of sexual or domestic violence. Some of these positions require more training and commitment than others. To discuss your interest and the training requirements please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 316-263-2313.
If it is determined that your volunteer area of interest requires training, please complete the forms below and return them prior to the first training session. Wichita Family Crisis Center incurs a cost for background checks conducted on volunteers. If you would like to help offset the cost, please consider making a $30 donation made payable to the Wichita Family Crisis Center. All donations are tax-deductible.
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. NOMORE.org is a great resource to visit. NO MORE aims to raise public awareness and engagement around ending domestic violence and sexual assault.