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Laurel House could not provide the services we do without our volunteers!

Want to help Laurel House but can't volunteer in-person? No problem! Click Here for a list of opportunities and ways you can help Laurel House from anywhere!

For more information, or to sign up for one of our in-person training sessions, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Stephanie Glover.

If you are interested in volunteering with D.A.R.T specifically, click here for more information, or contact our Director of Community Outreach, Cortney Marengo, at 610-277-1860 ext. 120.

View the Volunteer Application and Volunteer Handbook.

Testimonials from our Volunteers!

"I saw the violence against women happening before my eyes, I heard about it happening behind closed doors, to my loved ones, to strangers, and I became angry. It is not right. How dare someone who claims to love you put their hands on you. I had to do something. I reached out to Laurel House to see how I could help. If I can save just one person and if you can save just one person, together we may have a fighting chance to right the wrongs and make this place safer for everyone."


"To me Laurel House means passion, which is present in everything Laurel House represents. This passion is present in their devoted staff and volunteers who truly make a difference in the lives of adults and children that have been impacted by domestic violence. When I started volunteering for Laurel House I felt and saw this passion right away and it’s why I continue to volunteer. I am so grateful for Laurel House." 

Rachel Maxey


Please note: All volunteers will be asked to complete an application and submit to both a criminal background check as well as a child abuse clearance. For those individuals who are interested in volunteering in a position in which you would work directly with our clients, it is required that you complete a training course that is mandated by the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence. This free training is approximately 45 hours. The next training session will start on August 30th and end September 29th. Training sessions are held from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. To learn more, please contact Stephanie Glover.

*To provide childcare, you need the following clearances:

-Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check (within five years of current date), and

-Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance (within five years of current date)