There are many impactful ways that you, your church or civic organization, work teams and/or family can help to support the mission and work of On Eagles Wings.
There are opportunities to help with:
Fundraising: making calls, working booths at trade shows, working special events.
Administrative/Office assistance: Mailings, marketing, errands
Youth4Abolition℠ (Y4A) Program: Prevention program working with chapters at schools.
Fields of Hope™ (FOH) Program: Entrepreneurship program in which our girls produce products - assist with retail connections, marketing and promotion of products, shipment of products, etc.
All Volunteers are required to attend a Human Trafficking 101 Training. Youth4Abolition™ Volunteers are required to attend a Human Trafficking 101 Training and a Youth4Abolition™ Curriculum Training.
You can sign up for any of these available trainings below!
On Eagles Wings and its affiliates, OEW Hope House™, Fields of Hope™ and Youth4Abolition℠ are grateful for your interest and we encourage the participation of volunteers who support our mission.
If our purpose agrees with your philosophies, and you are willing to be interviewed and trained in our procedures, please complete this form and we will help you get started.
Most volunteers must provide signed references and pass a Criminal Background Check. A link will be provided upon return of this application. All applicants must provide a $26.00 payment for your background check fees to the link provided.
*Please note, that for confidentiality purposes we do not offer volunteer positions where you come in contact with the girls that reside at our residential care facility.
Training & Events
Upcoming Training & Events
- Sat, Sep 10CharlotteWe will be walking a mile in solidarity with trafficked children to raise funds for On Eagles Wings in partnership with JOY International. This is a fun family event! Feel free to bring a picnic, camping chairs, or a picnic blanket to share with your family.
On Eagles Wings (OEW) seeks to prevent children and youth from falling victim to sex trafficking, offer assistance to those still trapped, and restore those that have survived by offering hope, empowerment, and a brighter future.