When you make a gift to The CAIR Project, you're not only directly helping a woman access necessary medical care, you're also giving her back the opportunity to pursue her hopes and dreams. You're ensuring that no one is forced to carry a pregnancy to term because they couldn't come up with the bus fare to a distant clinic, or because she had the wrong insurance or was short $100. You're helping a woman change her life.
A person's ability to decide when and whether to have a child should never depend on income.
The CAIR Project depends on donations to serve the women who call our hotline. Every contribution counts. Donate today to help make choice a reality.
Become a practical support volunteer
Second trimester abortion care is increasingly difficult to access across the US. People now travel from states like California, Hawaii, Idaho, and Alaska to the Seattle area to obtain an abortion. These trips are expensive, and many women are unable to afford hotel rooms and cabs once they arrive in Seattle.
Do you want to help us remove logistical barriers to abortion?
Our practical support volunteers:
Live in the Puget Sound area
Provide rides to and from abortion appointments
Generously open up their homes, providing a comfortable and safe place to rest between appointments
Offer compassionate, nonjudgmental support
Are strong active listeners
Attend a 2-hour introductory training, as well as yearly booster trainings
Become a CAIR Project hotline volunteer
Note: The CAIR Project currently does not have any hotline volunteer openings. You are welcome to contact us using the form below to be added to our waiting list.
Do you want to work directly with people who need abortion care?
Our hotline advocates:
Have a strong commitment to reproductive rights
Grasp the basics of reproductive justice
Have a non-judgmental attitude about others’ reproductive lives and decisions
Help callers with information, referral, and financial assistance for abortions
Volunteer for one seven-day shift every 3 to 4 months
Manage the hotline for 1-3 hours per day during their shift
Attend two separate introductory trainings
Attend 1-2 supplemental trainings per year (as offered)
Have basic computer skills and internet access
Commit to one year as a volunteer
Other ways to get involved
Do you want to use your skills to help The CAIR Project in other ways?
We need volunteers like you to assist with fundraisers and to help our Board of Directors with other projects. This is a great way to get to know the organization and to make a difference even if you can only commit a limited amount of time.