VOLUNTEER PORTAL

The Volunteer Portal’s purpose is to support volunteers of the organization to be successful in their roles as stewards of the SHE RECOVERS Community.

Upcoming Volunteer Events

SPACEHOLDER JAM SESSION

Spaceholder jam sessions are held monthly on the last Tuesday of each month. These sessions are for all online gathering and identity-based support group facilitators/co-hosts/guardians, local sharing circle facilitators, and FB guardians.

Spaceholder jam sessions provide a platform for SRF spaceholders to unite, share experience, pose questions, and celebrate achievements in their volunteer roles.

Participants are encouraged to submit questions, suggestions, and/or discussion topics prior to the sessions anonymously as well as bring these forward live.

Due to the confidential nature of these sessions, they will not be recorded.

 

QUARTERLY VOLUNTEER GATHERING

The quarterly volunteer gatherings are an opportunity for all onboarded and active SHE RECOVERS Volunteers to:
1. Learn about current and upcoming SRF campaigns and offerings
2. Connect and share questions and reflections related to your role
3. Participate in ongoing personal development
 
These gatherings are designed for those currently in volunteer positions and will be recorded.

Trainings, Toolkit & Resources

This is a password protected Volunteer Portal used for internal activities and resources such as:

  • Accessing the Toolkit
  • Viewing on-demand orientation & training sessions
  • Sourcing SRF printable outreach materials

Tools include:

  • Volunteer role descriptions
  • Marketing, branding & language guides
  • Promotional materials

About the Toolkit

  • This document will provide you with an overview of the SHE RECOVERS® (SR) Volunteer Program and introduce you to some important directives from SHE RECOVERS Foundation (SRF) Headquarters that are in place to maintain consistency between all volunteer roles and responsibilities, and to ensure that all SR Volunteers are onboarded in adherence with our 510(c)(3) non-profit charitable requirements. Please review this document closely as you onboard and as a SR Volunteer.

This SRF Volunteer Overview & Toolkit includes the:

  • Evolution of SRF Volunteers
  • Purpose and objectives of the SRF Volunteer Program
  • Volunteer roles & responsibilities
  • Resources for volunteering

The Essentials

CODE OF CONDUCT

She Recovers Foundation (“SRF”) is strongly committed to pursuing its mission with the highest standards of ethical responsibility. This commitment to ethical conduct permeates how SRF’s directors, officers, employees, consultants and volunteers (including Chapter volunteers) (collectively “SRF Representatives”) interact with each other and the public.

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VOLUNTEER AGREEMENT

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INTENTIONS & GUIDING PRINCIPLES

All SHE RECOVERS Volunteers believe in, and their contributions align with, our intentions and guiding principles.

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SUPPORT GROUP AGREEMENTS

All SHE RECOVERS Volunteers agree to co-create a welcoming and supportive environment within our support groups.

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GATHERING AGREEMENTS

All SHE RECOVERS Volunteers agree to co-create a welcoming and supportive environment within our gatherings.

> Read & Listen Here

SRF LANGUAGE, VOICE & TONE GUIDE

Our organizational language, voice and tone have the ability to greatly impact our communications and influence how we are viewed both as an organization and as a movement. Our collective voice is rooted in a deep desire to cultivate meaningful connections with partners, friends, and fellow travelers who remind us we are always stronger together.

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Role Descriptions

There are many ways to support the mission of SHE RECOVERS and the women we serve. Below is a comprehensive list of the current volunteer roles and associated descriptions.

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Volunteer Resources

SRF ORIENTATION & ONBOARDING

VIDEO ARCHIVE

AMPLIFY OUR MISSION

As Volunteers of the organization you have the power and presence o be a mighty force for good in our world.

When we’re ready, we recover out loud so that women who are struggling can find and join our movement.

If SHE RECOVERS’ programs, resources, events, recovery touch-points, and/or the community as a whole have made positive impact in your life, we invite you to create an impact statement so we may inspire and empower other women in or seeking recovery. Whether you include your full name or wish to remain anonymous, your words may be the reason another women finds hope and healing from mental health issues, trauma, and/or substance use.

 

You are also encouraged to recognize SHE RECOVERS Gems doing incredible volunteer work in your community!

Volunteer Visual Assets

VOLUNTEER BADGE

Right click and “save as” to download this badge with a transparent background. Best for use on websites.

PROUD TO BE A VOLUNTEER ICON

Right click and “save as” to download this icon. Best for use on social platforms.

Global Guides & Resources

SRF GLOBAL BRANDING GUIDE

These guidelines were established to ensure that all representatives and partners of SRF are familiar with the global trademark and style requirements set by SRF. Enclosed are the visual, typographical, and trademark elements designed to maintain the brand integrity and uniformity of SRF.

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SRF GLOBAL TYPE STYLE GUIDE

This guide was created to ensure that the type styling of SRF is applied correctly in every instance where SRF is identified. The purpose is to create uniformity in its entire brand representation.

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SRF LANGUAGE, VOICE & TONE

Our organizational language, voice and tone have the ability to greatly impact our communications and influence how we are viewed both as an organization and as a movement. Our collective voice is rooted in a deep desire to cultivate meaningful connections with partners, friends, and fellow travelers who remind us we are always stronger together.

> Download

SRF GLOSSARY OF TERMS

This Glossary of Terms was designed to provide definitions and descriptions for commonly used SRF terms.

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LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The websites below can help you create a land acknowledgement to utilize during your facilitation opening remarks.

> Explore local lands

> Crafting a reconcilitation-based land acknowledgement with Jen Greenway

 

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