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Volunteer

Get involved in protecting and expanding abortion access in your state. Trust Women holds regular virtual volunteer outreach meetings to discuss current events, review legislation regarding reproductive rights and coordinate advocacy response. Meetings are organized by state, and currently focused on Kansas and Oklahoma.

The perfect time to get started is now! No prior experience is necessary, only a passion for reproductive justice and a desire to get connected with similarly minded people in your community.

 

 

Office Volunteers

We need volunteers during weekday business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) to assist with daily administrative duties. Your hours are tracked for resume-building or other purposes. Volunteering is perfect for students or those who work non-typical hours.

Clinic Volunteers

Volunteer in our clinics. Get involved in our Wichita and Oklahoma clinics as a patient liaison. This is an in person volunteer experience. Please fill out our volunteer form below and make sure to indicate your interest in “Patient Liaison.” Please email mjensenfellows@itrustwomen.org if you have any questions.

General Volunteers

For those interested in helping with events, rallies and calls to action, or those who are available weeknights or weekends. If you can travel, even better! We will contact you when we need your help.

Use Your Skills! Docents and volunteers needed:

Are you a musician or artist? Do you have a large space for events or willing to provide housing for out-of-town visitors? Are you incredible with computers or interested in becoming a patient liaison? Please email our Advocacy team and let us know how you would like to specifically help! advocacy@itrustwomen.org.

Write Letters to the Editor

Use your powers of rhetorical persuasion for good by writing letters to the editor in support of reproductive rights. Contact us through the form below, or reach out to advocacy@itrustwomen.org, to get connected with our current letter writing campaign, discover best practices when writing about abortion and more.