YWCA Enid offers a wide range of roles and activities for anyone willing to give their time, talent and energy to make a difference in the Enid community and surronding counties.
From retired individuals, students and all ages of civic organizations, to the individual that has a little extra time and heart for service, YWCA Enid offers numerous opportunities to make a difference and get involved.
Crisis Center & Halfway House
Organize storage closets, help clean and prepare rooms for clients, plan special events (i.e. birthday parties, field trips, life skills classes). Attend additional training to provide direct client services which can include extensive contact with clients through Crisis Line coverage, client advocacy or becoming a Sexual Assault Response Advocate (SARA).
Office & Maintenance
Assist with general office duties, brochure preparation, basic database entry, organize supply rooms, beautification, flower bed and playground maintenance.
Assist with sorting and organizing donations.
Distribute posters and fliers, assist staff with event preparation and clean-up.
Groups or individuals can complete a special project that you or YWCA Enid chooses.
Examples of past projects include: Coordinating a fundraiser or donation drive, painting projects, grounds clean-up, spring cleaning, building projects and organizing or "adopting a room" to makeover and re-furnish.
If you have an idea for a project or event you would like to do please let us know!
Board of Directors
Attend monthly board meetings, serve on planning committees, support and promote YWCA Enid, solicit donations and help with special events.
There are many different internship opportunities with YWCA Enid. Contact the Volunteer Coordinator for more information.
Court-Ordered Community Service
Individuals can fulfill court-ordered community service requirements at the YWCA. Individuals must be at least 13 years of age to complete court-ordered community service. Please note that the YWCA staff always reserves the right to deny or discontinue working with any volunteer. Also, the YWCA is not able to work with those who have committed most felonies or any violent crimes.