From my very first volunteer meeting at The Women’s Initiative three years ago, I felt so valued and appreciated. I became involved because I wanted to give back in some way, yet consistently I feel I am the one who has been given the gift. Through my involvement with TWI I’ve met so many inspiring women. It is a privilege to be involved with such an enlightened, heart-centered organization that does so much to benefit the community.
— Lesley Foster, Living Room Volunteer

Volunteers include board members, administrative supporters, clinical, activity, event volunteers and more.  We thank our volunteers for their unyielding passion and support. 


  • PRO-BONO THERAPIST  Offer your clinical gifts to women in need by seeing clients either on-site or at your private practice.
  • CHILD CARE  Join our Child Care Team and take care of the children of group members or individuals while they are in session.
  • FRONT DESK ASSISTANT  Be the welcoming face to clients as they arrive for appointments, answer phone calls, make copies and do other administrative duties.
  • LIBRARIAN   Organize our resource library and curate a selection of books for our waiting room
  • TABLING EVENTS  Represent our organization at local community events by talking with members of the public about our services.
  • LEADER OF A GROUP  Bring your expertise and creativity to clients and share a passion of yours with the community by running a weekly group or a one-time workshop.
  • CHALLENGE INTO CHANGE EVENT TEAM  Help with our annual writing contest.
  • AND MUCH MORE...approach us with your ideas!


  • FAMILY BARN PARTY  Support our biggest fundraiser of the year! Volunteer for a two-hour shift at the Family Barn Party on Sunday, September 30 (3:30-5:30 pm or 5:15-7:15 pm) at Bellair Farm. Email smedley@thewomensinitiative.org to sign up.
It’s amazing how something so small as working at the front desk can make such a big difference. Volunteering at TWI is an incredible opportunity, and I feel so lucky to be part of this venture!
— TWI Administrative Volunteer
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