The Beaman Home Saving lives... one crisis at a time!
The Beaman Home     Saving lives... one crisis at a time!

Volunteer Application

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The Beaman Home relies on volunteer help to provide services to victims of domestic violence in the Kosciusko, Fulton and Marshall Counties.  You may be able to help!


Remodeling is underway at our new campus located on North Parker Street in Warsaw.  Expansion of our services and programs are planned for the new facility.  The success of those services and programs depends on assistance from many volunteers working with our experienced, professional staff.


The Board of Directors has established a committee structure to handle our organization’s programs and responsibilities.  This structure depends heavily on “Friends of Beaman Home Volunteers” to serve on the committees and to assist staff in various ways.  Volunteers with skills in the following areas are encouraged to contact the Executive Director Jennifer Hayes at 574-267-7701 or email


  • HR/Legal – Experienced HR/Legal volunteers will assist with legal and compliance recommendations, HR issues and advice, coordinates periodic staff surveys.


  • Facility Maintenance – Volunteers will handle routine facility maintenance and maintain the grounds of the new campus.


  • Finance – Volunteers will assist the Executive Director with budgeting, monthy financial reporting, comparisons of performance to budget, etc.


  • Marketing – Volunteers will develop, implement and evaluate marketing, community relations and public relations activities including media releases, image promotions, brochures, direct mail documents and social media.


  • Operational Fundraising – Volunteers will develop, implement and evaluate an annual operational fundraising plan.  They will also coordinate fundraising events like the annual spring golf outing and fundraising luncheon and fall bingo event.  They may also assist with annual operational funding grants.


Emergency Shelter Volunteer Opportunities


In our Emergency Shelter, we provide temporary shelter, food, clothing and other basic necessities needed by domestic violence victims seeking our assistance.  It is also the base for our area’s local Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline providing crisis intervention assistance through calls from victimized families reaching out for help.   To volunteer to help, call 574-267-7701 or email


Volunteer Opportunities in our Emergency Shelter include:


  • Children/Childcare Activities
  • Crisis Hotline Attendant
  • Client Transport
  • Housekeeping (deep clean)
  • Office Assistant
  • Workshop Facilitator


DoVE Outreach Program


This program provides advocacy to victims who are still with their abusers and survivors who are re-building their lives, violence free.  Advocates provide individualized case management services and encouraging support as well as assistance with filing pro

tective orders, creating safety plans, setting goals and community referrals.  This team also seeks to reduce occurrences of domestic violence in our communities by providing educational programs on a variety of DV-related topics.  To volunteer to help, contact April at 574-269-3044 or email


Volunteer opportunities include:


  • Children/Childcare Activities
  • Client Transport
  • Home Repair and Maintenance
  • Moving Assistance
  • Workshop Facilitating


Basic Needs Center


The Center is a centralized location for our supporters to donate in-kind goods including clothing, personal care items, household items, furniture and food to enable our program participants to access donated items.  To help in our Basic Needs Center, phone 574-267-7701 or email


Volunteer opportunities include: 


  • BNC Pantry Clerk
  • Inventory Clerk


Special Events


Throughout the  year, volunteers are needed to organize and assist with events and fundraisers.  To volunteer, phone Jennifer at 574-267-7701 or email

Are you, or someone you know, suffering in an abusive relationship? 

You are not alone! 

1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men are victims of domestic violence. 

Call Beaman Home's 24/7 Crisis Hotline for Help.

24 -Hour Toll Free



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