C4RJ volunteers practicing in circles during a training (left); panel of current volunteers addressing new volunteer class (center); new volunteers working on exercises during training (right).

What You Can Do

As described in our history, this whole program began when two community leaders in partnership with a police department committed to something beyond themselves. That’s still what keeps us running today.

There are several ways you could support restorative justice in the region:

  • Volunteer on a C4RJ team as a facilitator or circle-keeper
  • Help C4RJ build a partnership with your community
  • Raise awareness and advocate for restorative justice
  • Offer financial support

C4RJ is currently hiring for 2 positions:

Director of Development - if you're interested in applying, please do so here.

Communications Coordinator, with a specific focus on working with our volunteers - if you're interested in applying, please do so here.

The video below features three C4RJ volunteers speaking about what drew them to the work and why they stay: