It is an unprecedented time. It is an uncertain time. And more than anything, it is time to stand up for what is right. Veterans, we swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution. We have served all over the world, in the hopes that we could provide stabilization, freedom, and democracy. And yet, right now, in our own country, many of our own citizens still struggle to enjoy the fundamental rights our Constitution provides. So please, stand with us as we stand with those that need us.
“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they have the heart.” – Elizabeth Andrew
You're not just a volunteer with Continue To Serve, you're part of the team. Every member plays an integral role in the organization and we need more veterans to step up to the plate. Help us support the organizations fighting for the rights of our citizens.
Please look over the job descriptions below or if you already know what you'd like to volunteer for, click the Volunteer Form button below. Remember even if you can't be involved in direct action or you're not in the DC area, we can still use your help!!
As a relatively new organization, we are in need of those with experience in the nonprofit realm, but we also need individuals with solid business, finance, accounting, legal, marketing, and administration experience. We do not require our board members to be a veteran, though it certainly doesn't hurt!
Direct Action Team
Whether you just want to get out there and protest or if you want to step up to a leadership role and ensure our volunteers and personnel are in the right places at the right times, this is the team for you. It is time for veterans to stop being silent and on the sidelines. It's time for us to stand and get into the action.
All of our teams need effective leadership, from our volunteer team to our social media team to our direct action team. There are a number of roles we are needing to fill right now. I know volunteering for leadership feels a lot like that E6 position, but I promise, at CTS we are a team and we just need points of contact on the ground to ensure we are providing the support we promised we'd provide.