Get involved. Make a difference.

We’re so happy that you’ve chosen to get involved with our efforts here at Faith House! There are numerous ways for you to get involved. We have four main areas of involvement; volunteering, fundraising, donations, and attending our events. No matter what your area of interest, we have a place for you! View the opportunities below for more information!

King Cake 5K

The King Cake 5K is one of our most important events each year, raising essential funds to support the services provided by our organization. The unprecedented precautions taken by our state to minimize the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has required us to take a step back and seek alternatives to our original plans.

Volunteer

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Faith House and becoming an integral part of the movement to support survivors of domestic violence! The steadfast dedication and tireless energy of volunteers sustain the life-saving services of our organization.

We are very excited that you have chosen to volunteer at Faith House and look forward to embarking on this journey with you. There are abundant volunteer possibilities in both direct and indirect service at Faith House.

Faith House has many opportunities to volunteer with our program. Volunteers help programs and events run smoother. We are always in need of more volunteers.

Fundraising

Thank you for considering a fundraising event to benefit Faith House. We are honored to be contacted so often by passionate members of our community wanting to organize an event or promotion benefiting survivors of domestic violence.

Donate

Financial and in-kind goods donations fuel Faith House and provide support to survivors. Your help, no matter how small or large, helps plant the seeds to, in turn, help someone make a new start.

Sponsorship

Camp HOPE America is the first camping and mentoring initiative in the United States to focus on children and teens exposed to domestic violence. Camp HOPE America began in San Diego in 2003, under the leadership of, then – San Diego City Attorney, Casey Gwinn. The program was part of the nationally recognized San Diego Family Justice Center, a collaborative of about 25 government and non-government agencies co-locating professionals to focus on serving victims of domestic violence and their children.