Webinar: First Look

Learn about what it means to volunteer as an advocate for survivors of abuse

Your boldness is their strength

If you've ever had a desire to reach out and help someone who has experienced abuse, becoming an advocate might be the service opportunity for you.

As a volunteer advocate, you'll be a shoulder to lean on for a survivor. You'll be a friend to listen, and a guide to walk with them on their journey toward healing.

You'll work one-to-one with survivors, but you won't ever be alone. We'll show you everything you need to know to feel confident and ready. 

In this half-hour First Look webinar you'll learn all about becoming a volunteer advocate

We’ll cover:

  • What relationship violence looks like from the eyes of a survivor 
  • The importance of advocates for survivors
  • How you can become a volunteer advocate 
  • and more

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What other volunteers are saying

"This training has given me courage and opened my eyes to many new ways I can show love and support to the women around me who are hurting."

Emily K.

Meet the Presenter

Michelle Markgraf

Michelle Markgraf, community expert on survivor advocacy and safety, helped launch the Empowering Survivors of Relationship Violence program at Kingdom Workers. She previously worked as a volunteer advocate and later as the Executive Director of a rape and domestic abuse crisis center.

We’re here to help you serve survivors in and near your church.