Our doors stay open to women, and men, because of people like you—people who turn on lights, make copies, or answer phones. Some choose to serve as client advocates. Others prefer to work behind the scenes, performing daily tasks or providing pro bono services such as IT or accounting support. Some serve as Hopeline volunteers, answering phones after hours. Others simply—and powerfully—pray.

Volunteers are needed in the following areas:

  • Client advocacy
  • Prayer
  • Reception
  • Translation
  • Data entry and administrative support
  • Maintenance (landscaping and lawn care, cleaning, plumbing, etc.)
  • AbortionRecoveryAssistance Bible Study leadership
  • Hopeline (24-hour phone service)

If you are considering donating your time to the clients of Piedmont Women’s Center, please fill out the form below to get started. Whether you give many hours or a few, your investment is valued. We would be thrilled to help you realize your vision of compassionate service to your community.