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Get involved.

Volunteers support us in our mission to be catalysts for change. Sunrise programs offer both individual and group volunteer opportunities—some on a regularly scheduled basis, as well as special projects when the need arises. Clubs or community groups can schedule a “Day of Caring” to help with projects such as pressure washing, trimming, weeding, cleaning, or sorting, for example.


Office volunteers assist in clerical support, or staffing community events. They will help with filing, copying, shredding, or data entry type tasks. Direct service volunteers can be found working with survivors in our shelter, court, and advocacy programs, and assisting in sessions of our children’s outreach program. Sunrise has agreements in place with various local colleges to offer internships in the areas of marketing, social work, and psychology.


Direct service interns and volunteers are required to complete the same training as all Sunrise employees. The training consists of 60 hours of training which will prepare them in their work with survivors or their families.

If you would like to get involved please download the appropriate application below, fill out and email your application to, or call us at 352-521-3358.


Each role makes an impact on the life of a survivor. 

General Volunteers


Group Volunteers

Individual Volunteer Programs and Requirements 

Please be aware, in order to volunteer with survivors and/or their children, will require more intensive training and background checks. Please review the requirements below and find an opportunity that is right for you. 


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Assist with pressure washing, trimming, maintenance tasks, or organize a food drive, supply drive, or help organize closets or storage areas.


Internships Available Now!

Help with group meetings, advocacy, safety planning, answering the crisis hotline and so many more tasks are typical duties for direct service volunteers and interns.


See Event Page for Details

Help with Domestic Violence Awareness Month activities, work the annual golf tournament, or bring your club to help at one of our sites with trimming, cleaning, or organizing.


12724 Smith Road, Dade City, FL

Duties may include filing, making files, copying, shredding sensitive documents and helping with grant activities.


35535 County Road 52, Dade City, FL

Duties include displaying merchandise, running the cash register, sorting donations.

"No act of KINDNESS, no matter how small, is ever WASTED." 

- Aesop

All Direct Service Volunteers requires initial interview, local background check and may require fingerprinting depending on the amount of hours being volunteered.


Direct Service Training is required, free, and is provided several times a year.

For the Legal Advocacy roles, no prior legal experience is required, but extensive training

is provided and required.  

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