Seeking Spanish-speaking hotline volunteers
Did you know? As long as the Lilith Fund has been around, we have run a Spanish-language hotline for abortion patients who need help paying for their procedure. And we are always looking for friendly and compassionate volunteers to help return our clients’ calls.
The Spanish-language hotline receives a lower volume of calls than the English-language hotline, about 4-6 calls per week. Volunteers on the Spanish-language hotline are responsible for:
- returning the approximately 4-6 weekly phone calls
- talking callers through their funding options
- providing referrals to other resources in the community when needed
- granting funding vouchers to qualifying callers
And don’t worry, we train you on all of this! To help, all you need is a phone, internet access, and about 4 hours of free time during any given week. Download our Spanish Language Hotline Volunteer job description here to see if this volunteer position is right for you.
Volunteer training is offered on a quarterly basis. The next group training will be held on June 1, 2013 from noon to 4 p.m. in central Austin – further details will be announced to accepted applicants