Piedmont Rape Crisis Center
Empowering hope, through support, awareness, & advocacy



Volunteer Opportunities with PRCC


Volunteers come from all walks of life. Their common interest is strengthening community response to those we serve. Some have been victims of sexual assault themselves. Some have had a family member or a close friend who has been impacted by this crime.

We are often the first responders to the hospital and may be the first person an individual reaches out to for support on the Crisis Hotline. Either way, after being trained, our staff and volunteers are anxious to help those in need. They are well trained in regards to the impact of sexual violence and best practices for a victim-centered response.

PRCC is grateful to our volunteers, who allow us to maintain our 24-hour crisis services for survivors of sexual assault, their family, and friends. We have a variety of volunteer experiences, so you can choose what best fits your personal strengths and interests. There are both direct service and non-direct service opportunities continuously available.



These volunteers assist in fundraising, special projects, and mailings, and are trained to answer the crisis line as needed during regular business hours.


Victim Assistance 

Individuals interested in becoming this type of volunteer must undergo 25 hours of initial training, submit to a criminal background check, and provide letters of recommendation. These volunteers answer hotline calls, provide resources and referrals, and exam accompaniments. 



These volunteers must also complete the initial 25 hours of training, submit to a criminal background check, and provide letters of recommendation. In addition, prevention volunteers must also undergo additional prevention education training.



Outreach volunteers assist with our community outreach efforts where they present to other community organizations and non-profits in the area and provide information on and promote awareness of all aspects of sexual violence.



These positions offer a meaningful way to support survivors without being involved with direct services. Fundraising volunteers work on committees, special events, drives, appeals, and a range of other fundraising-related tasks. The following skill sets are always needed: writing, layout/design/graphics, data entry, research, organizing, public relations, and more.


Interested in volunteering in a particular area? We would love to here from you! Contact us.