We are always growing and expanding, and hope you are too!
We also know you have so many beautiful skills and talents to share with our community, and we would love to support you in that.
Contact us, and we can add you to the list for our next volunteer training.
We occasionally get requests from folks who are trained as doulas, and are looking to volunteer.
We are right now trying to find a place in our training plan and volunteer plan for where they fit. Individuals who come to us with previous training need different types of support.
We are restructuring and rethinking the ways in which we bring in new volunteers. And before having a meeting with new people, we request you fill out this form.
After we receive your form response, you will be sent information on what the next steps are in the process and we will share some reading materials and content reflecting our values for you to reflect upon.
We look forward to learning more about you!
P.O. Box 10375 Eugene, OR 97440
Daisy C.H.A.I.N. stands for racial and gender justice and is actively engaged in the movement for reproductive justice for Black, Latinx/a/o, Asian and indigenous folks, and other people of color in our community. This is both a matter of life and death and also of affirming the inherent worth and dignity of people of color in our community by working to address and remove systemic barriers that have been in place to prevent people of color from accessing care and entering the reproductive health professions. We are actively engaged in deep internal work to shift the organization to center and elevate the voices and needs of people of color, and especially Black birth parents and Black women. We are actively engaged in movements for racial and gender justice and are committed to being engaged in ongoing dialogue around deconstructing white supremacy within our organization. We are also advocates for trans and gender diverse birth parents, and we work to proactively use gender inclusive language in all our spoken and written communications. We are aware of the sensitive balance around racial and gender justice issues, and part of the work we are doing as an organization involves building bridges between different historically underrepresented communities to bring greater awareness and mutual understanding and allyship between gender diverse communities and communities of color.