Students and Schools

Make a Contribution Now

Donate now to support the work we do every day in response to domestic and sexual violence. You can dedicate your gift in honor of a loved one, or you can choose to give anonymously. When you create a Donor Account, you’ll be able to quickly make future contributions.

Donate Items Through Our Walmart Registry

You can help support those we serve by shopping on our Walmart registry, where we have Wish Lists of items to supply our residential crisis center and comfort those in our care.

Students and Schools

Students/Student Groups

We welcome young people’s involvement in supporting survivors and our programs, and are happy to provide resources, information, and collaboration for:

Donation Drives 

Hosting a donation drive is a great way to provide tangible items that EWP can use to stock our shelter, offer replacement bedding or clothing for sexual assault or sex trafficking victims, and give families a comforting and home-like atmosphere when entering shelter. We encourage all drive organizers to contact [email protected] to learn which items are most needed.

    EWP Product Wish List


    Volunteer Projects

    Individuals and groups can offer hands-on help with gardening, building improvement, or awareness event projects that beautify the spaces that serve our clients, or that bring information, resources, and awareness to our community. Please contact [email protected] to learn where your talents can make an impact.

    Youth Advocates Program 

    Each year during the month of February, Every Woman’s Place provides support to the community, training to volunteers, schools, churches and organizations and educational events to increase awareness of teen dating violence.

    We don’t stop there, though. Our efforts to end domestic violence start with educating youth about healthy relationships. EWP is creating an EWP Youth Advocates program that will engage young people as advocates for the safety, well-being, and health of their peers. EWP Youth Advocates:

    • serve as ambassadors in area schools
    • become a voice for youth survivors
    • build and strengthen leadership skills


    Every Woman’s Place has a variety of volunteer opportunities for those who wish to share their talents and time to help support survivors, our staff, and our agency. Download a Volunteer Application, above, or contact [email protected] for more information.


    Every Woman’s Place offers internships to current college- or university-level students or individuals who have completed their education and are looking for some practical experience. We offer internships at various stages of educational experience, including but not limited to Associate’s Level, Bachelor’s Level, and Master’s Level placements. We are looking for interns with an emphasis in the following areas:

    • Business Administration
    • Counseling
    • Criminal Justice
    • Early Childhood Education/Development
    • Family Life Education
    • Human Resources
    • Human Service
    • Marketing and Public Relations
    • Psychology
    • Public Administration
    • Social Work
    • Sociology

    School Staff and District Leaders

    Teen Dating Violence Prevention Education 
    • Nearly 1 in 11 female and 1 in 14 male high school students report having experienced physical dating violence in the last year
    • About 1 in 8 female and 1 in 26 male high school students report having experienced sexual dating violence in the last year
    • 26% of women and 15% of men who were victims of contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime first experienced these or other forms of violence by that partner before age 18

    EWP’s Healthy Relationships Workshops guide students in conversation to help young people:

    • understand the harmful effects of abuse
    • identify healthy vs. unhealthy relationship behaviors
    • learn about the dynamics of power and control
    • explore community resources that help when faced with abuse
    The A.N.I.Y.A. Event and Teen Dating Violence Prevention Education

    In 2021, Every Woman’s Place is proud to collaborate with new local nonprofit Aniya, Inc., in providing teen dating violence workshops to Muskegon County students participating in the A.N.I.Y.A., Event, a music competition created in honor of Muskegon High School alumna Aniya Mack, who lost her life in 2016 to intimate partner violence.

    For more information on the A.N.I.Y.A. Event or to become a participant school, please contact [email protected]. For a curriculum overview of EWP’s teen dating violence program, contact [email protected].

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