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APPRECIATION DINNER: We hold our Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at the Howell Opera House. More than 130 volunteers are honored annually for their dedication and commitment to LACASA.

Shining Stars

Our Volunteers Make a Difference

LACASA is privileged to have a dedicated group of stellar volunteers who give of their time and their hearts. They are committed to helping better the lives of abused children and victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Livingston County.

All LACASA programs are provided to survivors at no charge, and it is our team of bright volunteers who help make this possible.

Our Volunteer Training Program is conducted twice a year, normally in the spring and fall. Volunteers receive additional training in their chosen areas of service. Our Volunteer Training Program is directed by Community Education Director and Volunteer Coordinator, Nicole Matthews-Creech.

We invite you to explore our volunteer opportunities and find out where your talents and unique interests would make the most difference.

To learn more, contact our Volunteer Liaison, Laura Bohnett, at 517-548-1350, ext 298, or email her at:

Your Opportunity to Shine

Volunteer Areas of Service

Administrative Assistance
Front desk receptionist
Office organization
Data entry duties

Event fundraising
Special event activities
Grant research & writing
Database maintenance

Graphic design
Nonprofit research
Distribute brochures, posters
Social media assistance

Children’s Program
Assist with special activities
Attend special event outings
Provide respite child care

Prevention/Community Education
Host information booth
Speaker’s Bureau presentations
Perform research
Participate in community action groups
Create PowerPoint presentations

Facility Maintenance
Clean/organize children’s center
Organize shelter areas
Maintain grounds & gardens
Perform building maintenance

On-Call Response Team
Respond to domestic violence incidents
Respond to sexual assault incidents
Comfort and aid survivors with decision making

Crisis Center
Handle Crisis Line calls
Handle business calls
Assist shelter residents



LACASA Staff Insight

Why Victims Don’t Tell: Sandusky case sheds light on complexities of sexual abuse

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was written and published by LACASA in September, 2012. It is updated periodically with links to relevant articles as they appear in the press. You will find the links at the bottom of this post. By Robin L. O’Grady with Nicole Matthews-Creech The conviction of former Penn State assistant football coach […]