There are volunteer needs that everyone located in the Twin Cities metro area can fill:
Volunteers are needed on an ongoing basis for general administrative functions, including addressing, stuffing, and sealing envelopes; photocopying; scanning; filing; database entry; telephoning The Advocates' supporters.
Photographers & Videographers
Document our work at house parties, fundraisers, trainings, conferences, and other activities. Take "stock photos" for use in our print materials and on our website. Volunteers should have access to a high resolution camera, and be willing to edit images or video as needed.
Volunteers are needed to greet asylum clients and other visitors, answer phone calls, and provide a welcoming presence at the front desk. Shifts are flexible Monday through Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm.
This training is for attorneys and other individuals interested in volunteering to help conduct fact-finding related to services for victims of labor trafficking in Minnesota. The training will provide an overview of labor trafficking and the fact-finding project goals and methodology. The fact-finding project will take place between January and May 2017.
Date: Wednesday, January 18
Location: Fredrikson & Byron, 200 S. 6th St., Suite 4000, Minneapolis, MN 55402
Register here for this free training.
The Advocates for Human Rights
330 Second Avenue South, Suite 800
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Immigrant Client Line: 612-341-9845