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SPARC is always looking for stalking experts to partner with in the future, so if that’s you — click here to tell us about yourself!

Mailing Volunteer

Stalking impacts 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men in the United States. Yet, there is no stalking hotline, there are no stalking crisis centers, and it is often difficult for stalking victims to understand what they are experiencing and/or know where to go for help. Our mission at the Stalking Prevention, Awareness, & Resource Center (SPARC) of AEquitas (headquartered in Washington, D.C.) is to “help the helpers,” making sure that the domestic violence shelters, police departments, campuses, and other places where stalking victims come for help and support have the training and resources they need to better respond to victims and survivors.

Brochures on stalking help victims to name, validate, and understand their experiences and provide resources to seek help, but most agencies don’t have any materials on this prevalent crime to share. That’s why SPARC sends brochures and posters – in English and Spanish – across the country. The demand for these resources is huge: since we started offering these materials in 2020, we’ve shipped over 150,000 brochures and 20,000 posters. These have reached nearly every state, territory, and Tribal Nation across the U.S. – and we receive new requests almost daily!

That’s where you come in. We’re a small team, and we need help continuing to meet the demand. We are in search of a volunteer who can commit to at least 4 months of spending a few hours each week in our D.C. office packing and mailing these critical materials. We are currently looking for volunteers starting in September. Hours are flexible, and our administrative staff can work with you to find time(s) that work with your schedule.

Please e-mail if you’re interested and write a short paragraph telling us why you want to help out.