Hotline Advocate

Make a Difference.
Become a Volunteer!

MESA’s Hotline Advocates provide support for people that call and text our hotline, accompany survivors to the hospital for medical attention, and to the police department to file a report. 40-hour training provided.

MESA Hotline Advocate training is October 31st-November 17th.  Training is held Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30-8:30pm and on two Saturdays, 9am-4pm. Apply today!

Violence Prevention

Safe Bars Volunteer 

Safe Bars, a bystander intervention program, is dedicated to training bar, restaurant, and club staff to recognize and respond to sexual harassment and assault – and create a safer, more welcoming space for staff and guests.

Safe Bars volunteers will assist with community outreach by identifying bars, restaurants, and clubs to train, and facilitate workshops on bystander intervention to hospitality and nightlife staff.

Community Ambassadors Committee

Community Ambassadors Committee

The Community Ambassadors Committee supports the Development Director in creating and executing MESA’s Development Plan. The plan incorporates various strategies for increasing revenue that include private foundation grant applications, business sponsorships, and increasing ticket sales for MESA’s two annual fundraising events.

Community ambassadors are passionate about MESA’s mission and committed to raising awareness about MESA’s work to support survivors and end sexual violence. The Committee plays a strong role in identifying, cultivating, and approaching donors with the goal of creating sustainable monthly donors.

  • The Committee will include up to 12 members.
  • We ask that each community ambassador agree to serve at least a one-year term on the Committee.
  • Candidates will be asked to submit an application and complete an interview, and if selected, agree to complete a background check.