WAYS TO VOLUNTEER
CADA has a volunteer program that enables members of the community to take part in providing services to survivors of abuse. Because CADA serves all of Island County, CADA's volunteers are tremendously important to the agency and greatly appreciated.
There are many benefits to volunteering at CADA. Some of these include:
Development of marketable skills for future career opportunities.
Opportunities to better understanding survivors’ experiences.
Training and other learning opportunities.
Documentation of training and work experience.
If you are interested in a volunteer position with CADA, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Jenny at 360-675-7057. You can stop by our office to pick up an application or download an application from the link below.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
There are many ways to support CADA:
Time: Volunteer! Or become a CADA Board member.
Talent: Plan a drive or an event to benefit CADA
Treasure: Donate! We take financial support through PayPal. We also appreciate donations of toiletries and household goods. See our 'Wish List'.
Support Community Partners who support CADA: Island Thrift, Good Cheer, United Way, Oak Harbor Soroptimists are generous supporters of our program. Let them know you appreciate them!
WAYS TO DONATE
As a non-profit organization, we rely heavily on community support and financial donations in order to provide assistance to those in need. Through the generosity of our community, we are able to accomplish a great deal for the survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
To make a financial donation to CADA, please send your contribution to:
P.O Box 190
Oak Harbor, WA 98277
CADA is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.
Tax ID number 91-1155830
Or Click the "Donate" button below to make an online donation
Thank you for thinking of us. We sincerely appreciate your generosity and hope that you continue to support our mission. If you have donation questions, please call our main office at 360-675-7057, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
In Honor Julie Punch Langrock
Julie Punch Langrock was an advocate for children. She believed that CADA’s programs and services are much needed and are a valuable asset to our community. To make a donation in her honor click the yellow "Donate" button button below.
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CLOTHING & HOUSEHOLD GOODS DONATIONS
Through a partnership with Island Thrift in Oak Harbor and Good Cheer in Langley, we are able to provide clothing and household items to our clients free of charge. Please help us by donating your usable items to either of these resale stores and be sure to let them know your donations are on behalf of CADA.
Due to health and safety issues, no used toys or stuffed animals are accepted.
NO donations of clothing or household goods will be accepted without prior arrangements.
CELL PHONE DONATION PROGRAM
Donated cellular telephones are given free of charge to survivors of domestic violence, stalking or sexual abuse/assault. In such cases, a cellular phone enables a survivor to call 9-1-1 quickly and easily, and assists in their transition from a life of fear to a feeling of protection, 24-hours a day.
No cellular contracts are needed for this 9-1-1 service.
Only cell phones in good working order with chargers are provided to survivors.
Cell phones in non-working order and without chargers are sent to an organization that recycles them for domestic violence agencies. Proceeds from this recycling program are donated to CADA.
We accept all cell phones, working or not. However, the battery must be included with the phone.