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Women In Crisis is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of 11 Community members. The Board of Directors strives to be diverse and inclusive representing the community we serve.


All Board Members are required to commit for a three (3) year term.  Board Meetings occur the 4th Tuesday of every month (with the exception of December, July and August) Additional Sub-Committee meetings occur a minimum of once per fiscal or as needed.

If you feel passionate about the work that we do, and have the time to dedicate to the organization, please contact us to learn more or you can submit this application form in accompaniment with your resume and cover letter Attention to the Chair of the Membership/Nominating Committee.

All applications will be reviewed annually and only those selected to be interviewed will be contacted early spring.

If you would like additional information regarding the board of directors please download the attached documents. Or you can visit our Shelter to request a Board Application Package.

Thank you for your interest in serving on our Board of Directors.



Other ways to help

Women and children fleeing abusive situations often arrive at the shelter with little to no belongings. Ways that you can help are by donating gently used items such as:

  • Women and Children’s clothing
  • Children’s toys
  • Women and Children’s shoes
  • Winter apparel

Items Women will need for starting over are:

  • Small household items
  • Dishes/Pots and Pans/Cutlery
  • Linens
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Personal products

There is a drop off box at the front of our Shelter. Please feel free to leave your generous donations there.

**If you have Larger Household Items to donate please contact the Shelter as we may know of a Woman in need and/or may have space to store these items.

Items that we cannot accept are:

  • Electronics
  • Computers
  • VHS Videos
  • Car Seats
  • Cribs
  • Books

Thank you Very Much for your continued support!