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To be an abuse-free community.
To transform the community and the lives of those affected by domestic violence through support, awareness, education and involvement.

Get Involved

What can you do?

You can be a part of the solution! You can donate money, volunteer your time and talents, spread the word about the work that UCAN is doing, or request a presentation for your business, church or civic organization.


Volunteers are the very heart of UCAN. To extend our capacity to deliver services and to keep true to our mission, UCAN is a place where volunteers not only do important work of providing services to those affected by domestic violence, but they also help plan and shape the work of the group. Volunteers are empowered and encouraged to grow, give, and learn. We have several opportunities for volunteering, depending on skills, expectations, availability, and level of commitment.

Our active committees are:

  • Education Committee
  • Finance Committee
  • Programs/Events Committee
  • Men’s Action Network
  • Youth Committee
  • Membership/Marketing Committee

For more information, please email or call 320-763-3968.


For more than 10 years, UCAN has worked to promote safety and justice for women, children and men. Every year is made possible with donations from supporters and friends. UCAN is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, so your donation is tax deductible.

You may also use the printable form to mail your donation.

Download Donation Form

Request speaker / training

If you would like UCAN to provide a speaker for an event, please email or call Chuck at 320-763-3968.

Here Are Some Simple Ideas

Join in the annual “Taking Steps Against Domestic Violence” Walk.

Attend the October Domestic Abuse Awareness Luncheon.

Sponsor a UCAN presentation at your business or organization.

Take the pledge and tell someone you did.

Talk about domestic violence and how it affects the community.

Refer a friend to Someplace Safe for support and help.

Attend a UCAN meeting to learn more (2nd Tuesday of month, 7 a.m., Rm 203 Alex Tech).

Ask your employer how they support and protect victims of domestic violence.

Make a tax deductible contribution.

Get Involved