Author Archive | Cheri Harkleroad

We’re Hiring!

No Silence No Violence is looking to hire a Volunteer Coordinator!  Lead our amazing volunteer team and help us change lives. This is a paid, part-time position. Click HERE to view the job posting and apply.                 .  

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Volunteer Spotlight: Marian Gerdes

A four-year volunteer with No Silence No Violence, Marian Gerdes hosts support groups for survivors of domestic violence. Her warmth, dedication and commitment to creating a safe space for survivors to meet has been such an asset to NSNV — especially during the pandemic.  For almost a year, Marian has been hosting twice monthly, online…

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Volunteer with NSNV

Looking to donate your time and experience? We would love to have you join us!  We’re looking for volunteers to help us in a number of different ways such as responding to crisis calls/emails, facilitating support groups, coordinating educational presentations and helping with fundraising and marketing.  Time commitments can range from a couple hours a…

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Putting Grants to Good Use

Thanks to generous funding from the San Diego Foundation, No Silence No Violence has been able to continue critical support for survivors who have been impacted by COVID-19. Job loss due to the pandemic has hit our clients particularly hard, as has increasingly stressful housing and legal status. Grant funds have enabled us to provide…

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Donate Through Amazon Smile

Did you know that you can support NSNV while shopping online? Visit smile.amazon.com every time you buy something on Amazon and they will make a donation to NSNV at no extra cost to you. Click this link to get started: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/46-4906895 The first time you go to the site, search for and select our “official”…

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Message from our President

I’m excited to announce that we are kicking off a quarterly newsletter to help keep you apprised of our efforts and how you can continue to help us in the important work of supporting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Our leadership team has been busy planning for 2021 by continuing to monitor local…

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