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Volunteering at Breaking Free

Breaking Free's volunteers are invested, skilled, hard-working, creative, passionate people who want to make a difference in the lives of the women who come through our doors. If you have questions about Breaking Free's volunteer program, contact Aliyah Carter at ACarter@breakingfree.net.

Please click here if you are interested in filling out an application to volunteer at Breaking Free

Once you have filled out the application and would like to sign up for volunteering slots please follow the following directions:

1. Go to the following website signupgenius.com
2. Click the search icon in the upper right hand corner
3. Type in ACarter@breakingfree.net in the Search for a Sign Up section
4. Select any category you are interested in volunteering in
5. Begin to click which spot you would like to sign up for




Volunteer Orientation

At Volunteer Orientation, you'll have the chance to meet the Volunteer Coordinator, view a Sex Trafficking 101 presentation, learn more about trauma-informed care as a volunteer at Breaking Free, and get to know the new system.

We understand that our volunteers are busy, so we're striving to make sure our volunteer program can fit into your schedule. Starting this fall, volunteer orientations will be offered on a quarterly basis. If you can't make the next orientation, keep an eye out for another orientation coming soon. Be sure to register! Space for Volunteer Orientation is limited.



Group Volunteers


Is your classroom, church, or community group interested in volunteering with Breaking Free? We have a number of opportunities for groups to get involved with our work, from preparing and serving meals during group nights, to landscaping projects at Permanent Housing, from sorting donations in the garage, to assembling hygiene packs. We always have need for more groups to get involved. To get started, contact
Aliyah Carter at ACarter@breakingfree.net.
to learn more!

Breaking Free was established in October 1996, by Vednita Carter, Founder and President, as a non-profit organization serving women involved in systems of abuse, exploitation, and prostitution/sex trafficking.Phone: 651-645-6557
Address: P.O. Box 4366, St. Paul, MN 55104
breakingfree@breakingfree.net  
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