Got 10 minutes?
Like and share us on Facebook or follow us on Instagram to raise awareness.
Review DV blogs, articles or videos and recommend one to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Package and mail us your old cellphones or drop it off at our resource center.
Declutter clothes and household items and donate to the Idaho Youth Ranch. When you drop off your items be sure to tell them it's for the ECDVC and they will mail gift cards for our clients.
Download/print/display a Crisis Hotline tear off flyer in your work center.
Shop AmazonSmile to donate .5% of your purchase to ECDVC.
Got an hour or two?
Pick a day to help clean and organize the resource center.
Help out at an ECDVC booth during an outreach event.
Start a GoFundMe campaign and donate proceeds to the ECDVC.
Offer your professional skills to ECDVC to help carry out our mission.
Be a bi-lingual advocate for victims whose primary language is not English.
Have more time to donate?
Hold an elected office on the ECDVC Board.
Staff the resource center from 10 am to 3 pm 1 day a week or 1 day a month.
Become a Victim Advocate or Crisis Hotline Operator with ECDVC.
Offer your professional skills to provide in-kind services to ECDVC mission.
Sign up your group or organization to adopt one of our annual outreach events and become re-occurring volunteers.
Resource Center Administration*
24/7 Crisis Hotline Operator*
Webmaster and Video Designer
Social Media Spokesperson
Grant Proposal Writer
Have another skillset? Call 208-590-0379 to see if we have a different opportunity for you to make a difference.
*All required training is provided at no cost. Any volunteers that may come in contact with a victim are required to have fingerprints taken and a background check performed by the Idaho State Police. Costs of background checks are also covered by the Council.
ECDVC Board Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of the month
Office Phone: (208) 590-0379
Crisis Hotline: (208) 587-3300
Official Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1136
Mountain Home, Idaho 83647