The disability rights movement needs volunteers. VCIL benefits from the unique skills and time given by individual community members volunteering in its offices, at events and on special projects.
Volunteers benefit from being a part of an exciting civil rights movement, getting to know new people, and exploring new skills. Volunteers have fun tabling with VCIL at annual events like the Barre Farm Show and the “Strolling of the Heifers” big community party in Brattleboro – as well as testifying at the Statehouse. Volunteers can learn more about VCIL by attending one of its monthly community meetings hosted by VCIL.
Please contact a VCIL office or complete an application and send it to any of our offices.