PeaceWorks, Inc. Board, Staff, Volunteers and Supporters
BOARD of DIRECTORS
Jack Rowland, President
Tookie Nemchak, Vice President
Ellen DePaolo, Treasurer
Cathy Kiser, Secretary
Mari Akers, Director
Shelley Turkington, Director
Janet Shown, Interim Executive Director
Angie Wheeler, Shelter Advocate
Deborah Tramitz, Shelter Advocate
Barbara Webster, Director of Transitional Living
Laurie Rogers, Volunteer Coordinator
MOUNTAIN PEACE BOUTIQUE
Director: Lynn MacDonald
Conifer Newcomers & Neighbors
Division of Criminal Justice/Office of Victims Programs, Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)
Domestic Violence Program (DVP)
First Judicial District Victims Assistance Law Enforcement (VALE)
Eleventh Judicial District Victims Assistance Law Enforcement (VALE)
El Pomar Foundation
Energy Outreach Colorado
Evergreen Lutheran Church
Park County Department of Human Services
Park County Government
Rotary Club of Conifer
MEMBERSHIPS AND ASSOCIATIONS:
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Colorado Non Profit Association
Colorado Office of Victims Assistance (COVA)
Park County Domestic Violence Task Force
Park County Sexual Assault Response and Review Team
Conifer Chamber of Commerce
Evergreen Chamber of Commerce
Platte Canyon Chamber of Commerce
COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONS AND SUPPORTERS
PeaceWorks, Inc. enjoys strong partnerships with other non-profit organizations, governmental agencies, churches, local businesses and individuals in the local community to stretch limited resources that serve families and individuals in crisis. Pleace click on the links below for more information.
How do YOU want to help?
Please call 303-838-7176 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information or to add ideas of your own! Click here for Volunteer Application, print, complete and fax (303-838-4162), scan and email, or mail to PeaceWorks, Inc., PO Box 836, Bailey CO 80421.
WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITMENT? We realize that volunteers have lives outside of Mountain Peace Shelter. For that reason we are flexible and will work around your schedule and the time you are able to give. We only ask that new volunteers commit to one year of service with the organization.
WHAT ABOUT TRAINING? Trainings are free! All crisis line and direct services volunteers are required to go through a 20-hour training course on the fundamentals of domestic violence. Volunteers receive continuing training through monthly in-services. Client Support volunteers are strongly encouraged to attend monthly in-services and are required to attend the quarterly crisis line training at least once before answering the crisis line. Volunteers also receive regular announcements about other valuable trainings they may attend.
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? If you’re interested in joining our volunteer team, contact us today at 303.838.7176, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.