Thank you for your interest in joining us in our movement to prevent and end domestic violence.
While the Coalition itself does not have volunteer opportunities because it does not provide direct services, many of our local domestic violence programs across the state rely on volunteers to provide around-the-clock services to victims and their children. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the local domestic violence program in your community to learn about their specific volunteer opportunities.
The Coalition itself does not provide direct services and therefore does not have volunteer opportunities. If you are interested in PCADV volunteer and internship opportunities, please call our Human Resources department, 717-545-6400, extension 154.
Another way to get involved in our work is through grassroots advocacy. Constituents from the community have the most powerful voice with their elected officials. Please visit our policy center to learn more about our legislative and public policy priorities, our current action alerts, and how to contact your legislator.
Share Your Story
Are you a survivor of domestic violence, or the surviving family member of a victim and want to share your personal story to help advocate for others? Our team can work with you to help tell your story in a way that is safe and comfortable for you.
To drive systemic change at the state and community levels, and to provide comprehensive services to victims, survivors and their children, the Coalition and its local programs throughout the state rely on a combination of state and federal grant funding, foundation and corporate giving, and contributions from individual donors. Please consider supporting PCADV with a financial gift.