We ARE because of you. Our impact and reach would not be possible without the investment of our community. Live inspired. Support the work of Urban Triage.
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We would like to acknowledge the following organizations and/or volunteers for their hard work and commitment to the mission and vision of Urban Triage. We would not be who we are today without your support.
Grant Writing: Patricia Finn
Transcribers: Abby, Jessica, Andrew, Curtis, and Julia
SHBF 4th Cohort Graduation: Thank you April, Tisha, Sarah, and Gia
Grand Opening Event: Tisha, Sarah, Gia, Natalie, Nancy, Valese, Lindsey, Alice, Shondra, Whryne, Javaris, Ada, Lolita, Stanley, and Mahnker, and everyone else that we may have missed that showed up to help us make the largest day of Urban Triage so amazing!!
Special mention to our 1st Cohort Co-Conspirator Workgroup: You have all consistently shown up and supported us from becoming navigators, to raising thousands of dollars, to volunteering, and all the transformative work you have done in-between to support Urban Triage and being in your integrity of true allyship.
Become a Volunteer
Urban Triage, Inc. provides transformative education through our Supporting Black Families Training. We also provide community support services. We are a community funded and community led organization. More than 50% of our staff are volunteers.
Our volunteers are a necessary and essential part of Urban Triage's mission. Our volunteers have directly impact the lives of more than 2,000 families. As a volunteer, you have the honor of making a meaningful and lasting impact on our community and the families we serve!
We also have the following volunteer opportunities available:
- Keela / Database Management
- Newsletter & Email Blast
- Website Updates & Management
- Grant Writing
- Fund Development
- Administration Assistant
- Marketing Support
- Google Analytics
Live inspired and become a volunteer. Click below.
Due to COVID-19, we created some safety measures for volunteers to follow to protect you and the community as a whole. Please click the link below to view these safety measures if you're considering becoming a volunteer, or are a current volunteer.