Reachout Women’s Center is always in need of volunteers that are loving and passionate about the dignity of the unborn. Whether a client advocate or a volunteer in the clothing bank, Reachout could not operate without the commitment of our volunteers.
The client advocate plays a critical role in helping Tucson women and their families choose life for the unborn. The client advocate performs multiple duties and is the first point of contact for clients that come into Reachout Women’s Center. The role of client advocate is ideal for volunteers who can maintain their composure in difficult situations and can approach clients in a non-judgmental manner.Duties of the client advocate include, but are not limited to, answering the phone, greeting clients, performing intake procedures for new and existing clients, filling material assistance requests, data entry, assisting clients with self-administered pregnancy tests, occasionally chaperoning ultrasounds, being a caring, active listener and sometimes a shoulder to cry on.
(Minimum time commitment: 4 hours/week)
Volunteers in the clothing bank help women in crisis by working behind the scenes. Clothing bank volunteers keep Reachout’s clothing bank organized and efficient by sorting, folding and assembling outfits for our client’s children. On clothing days, these volunteers fill client requests of clothing, diapers and other miscellaneous items.