Hello! I am Kaylin, VIP's Volunteer Coordinator. 
I began my journey with VIP in July of 2022 as Volunteer Coordinator and Victim Advocate. Prior to VIP, I graduated from UW-Green Bay with a degree in Education in 2017. I then worked with different agencies as a case manager supporting both youth and adults with disabilities. I have lived in Kewaunee County for many years and am proud to call our community my home. I love any opportunity to be creative and active outdoors.


Thank you for checking out our volunteer page! Our volunteers are absolutely INCREDIBLE and their impact is priceless. We would not be able to support our community as much as we do without their dedication and commmittment. THANK YOU! 
  
We are always looking for volunteers for a variety of tasks so if you are interested, please check out the below
volunteer opportunities to see if there is one that best matches you! 


Under 18? 
Let me know if you need community service hours! I will gladly sign any school required form!
*Direct Victim Service
About 20-30 hours of training are required 
Volunteering from Home
(YES, some volunteering can be done from home!
Other Opportunities  
18+ up   
 
Upcoming Needs! 

 
Fundraising events 
- set up/clean up
- hang flyers up at local businesses 
-make baked goods 
- help w/ games/outreach
- solicit donations 
(Luxemburg Races!) 
Assist with 24/Hr. Helpline 
-answer calls/update advocate on call
-will not be responsible for assisting in person
Assist with 24/Hr. Helpline 
-answer calls/update advocate on call 
- will not be responsible for assisting in person
 Fundraising Events 
-dunk tank 
-set up/clean up
-sell tickets
-make baked goods
-floaters 
- basket preparation
-outreach 

*Direct Victim Service
-assist with 24/Hr. Helpline
HIGH NEED!

 
Lighting Ceremony in October 
-holding candle
- set up/clean up
- making baked goods 
 
Help with Christmas Party
- help youth wrap gifts, 
-childcare
 
Mailing 
- assist with VIP mailing (about x2 per year)
-fold papers, seal envelopes
Volunteer Ideas
-help Kaylin with volunteering ideas/events/
-games for events
 
 
Misc. 
- stain library boxes
- hang up signs in VIP yard
-Reach out for ideas/thoughts!!
Office calls
- answer phone calls in office when VIP team is in meeting
Newsletter
- help Kaylin develop agency newsletter
- x2 per year
-updates/email
Misc. 
-mailing
-newsletter
-cutting/coloring art projects 
 
 Childcare
- provide childcare to child while parent meets with VIP Staff 

 
Misc. 
-make baked goods
- cutting/coloring art projects 


 
Board Member! 
- join VIP Board
- help spread awareness
-attend meetings
-help with events 
-solicit donations
 
* displays that training is needed 
 
Please let me know if you have any questions, and/or thoughts about VIP's available opportunities, I would love to connect with you! 

1. For individuals who are under 18, and/or are NOT interested in providing direct victim service but are interested in other opportunities: please contact me at VIP's office number: (920) 487-2111 or my email: vipvolcoor@vipadvocates.net 
2. For individuals who ARE interested in helping with direct victim service and would like to be involved: please fill out a volunteer application and submit it to our office at: 1405 Division St. Algoma, WI 54201 or directly to Kaylin, Volunteer Coordinator at: vipvolcoor@vipadvocates.net. I will connect with you as soon as I am able to to discuss opportunities and training. 

Whether you are an experienced volunteer, or if this is your first time, we have the perfect opportunity for you and will provide you with any training that is needed to make sure that you are a successful member of the VIP team. If you see volunteer opportunities that you would like to have more knoweledge about, please feel free to contact us! 

 
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with VIP!
- Kaylin and the rest of the VIP Team 



 
 
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The Violence Intervention Project, Inc. believes no one deserves to be beaten and/or emotionally or sexually abused. Therefore, our Mission is to provide confidentiality and safety planning for diverse individuals and families who have experienced domestic violence or sexual abuse. We provide peer supported services in an empowering environment and furnish survivors with advocacy and support so that they may make informed choices. We pledge to educate the community to recognize and change societal attitudes that condone oppression and fail to hold perpetrators accountable.
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