Posts tagged with: Volunteers

Welcome Leslie McPherson

We are excited to welcome  Leslie McPherson as she transitions from volunteer crisis line advocate to the position of Crisis Line Coordinator. Leslie has volunteered on the crisis line, assisted at events and helped with other administrative tasks since June...
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Golf Tournament Thank You!

Thanks to all of the golfers, sponsors, volunteers and staff for supporting the Victim Support Services 11th Annual Golf Tournament at Legion Memorial Golf Course this past weekend. The weather was great, the company fabulous and the day filled with fun!...
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An Invitation to Joy Retreat

Working in a helping profession means continuously giving your strength, compassion, and nurturing to those you serve.  We think it is time to come together and nurture each other.  Find your joy again, rejuvenate, reinvigorate, and remember why you started...
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King County Food Drive – Thank You!

The Federal Detention Center, in Sea-Tac, graciously combined efforts with their staff and inmates to donate a whopping sixteen boxes of food for victims of crime in King County! Food items are being sorted and distributed to families in need...
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Volunteer & Training Opportunities – Join the VSS Team

Integral to providing direct services to victims in the State of Washington is Core Advocacy Training. This thirty hour training qualifies individuals to provide services at Crime Victim Assistance Centers. Victim Support Services (VSS) provides this essential training two or...
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Coat Drive Update

For those who missed the story last month, Tonja Jones collects coats for local homeless shelters every year to be delivered on December 10th, her nephew Derrick’s birthday, who was murdered in 2009.  Tonja was able to deliver 203 cozy...
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The Benefits of Volunteering

Personal gain while giving back As most of you probably know, most not-for-profit community agencies rely heavily on their volunteers to be able to provide comprehensive services to the client base they serve.  FNFVCV is no exception to that.  Our...
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Crisis Line Volunteers – We Couldn’t Do It Without Them!

We literally couldn’t provide the 24 hour crisis line without our fabulous crisis line volunteers.  From 9am-5pm M-F our crisis line is staffed by advocates, in our Everett office.  After the daytime staff goes home our volunteer Crisis Line Advocates...
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Day of Caring – Everett Office Makeover

September 21st was United Way’s day of caring.  Each year volunteers from local companies take on projects at local non-profits.  This year the folks over at locally owned certified public accounting firm Hascal, Sjoholm and Company, PLLC came out to help...
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