Forge Volunteers

THE GREATEST GIFT

A hand to hold. A listening ear. A shoulder to lean on. When you volunteer with Forge, you give the greatest gift: yourself. Whether you are a breast cancer survivor yourself or have cared for someone during their breast cancer journey, your experience and compassion can make a difference.

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Why do our volunteers serve with us?

OUR VOLUNTEERS BECOME PART OF OUR FORGE FAMILY. WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR EACH OF THEM!

In addition to training and educational events, we also host volunteer appreciation events and socials to honor them.

Forge Volunteer Roles

Peer Advocate

As a Peer Advocate, you serve as a trained and compassionate friend who has “been there.” You provide social and emotional support to…

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Community Outreach Volunteer

As a Community Outreach Volunteer, you are a trained, people-oriented, compassionate volunteer who attends community events, health fairs, and promotional events, serving as…

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Forge Volunteer Training

All Forge Volunteers are required to participate in eight hours of Volunteer Training. Training is offered throughout the year and is held over the course of two days. Contact Forge for upcoming dates: [email protected].

Forge Volunteer Training Sessions Include:

  • Forge Mission, Visions, and Roles
  • Forge Communication and Documentation Guidelines
  • Practical Support for Survivors
  • Psychosocial & Spiritual Support for Survivors
  • Caring for Breast Cancer Survivors
  • Breast Cancer 101
  • Effective Communication and Listening Techniques

Apply to be a Forge Volunteer!

For more information about Forge Breast Cancer Survivor Center Volunteer Program, please contact Jinida Holt Forge at [email protected]

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