Help foster children, foster families, and foster support agents shop for new clothes in the AFC clothes closet. Appointments are usually set in advance. When there are no appointments, volunteers stock shelves, organize inventory, answer phones, and schedule appointments.
In the Restoration program there are classes focusing on Bible Study to Life Skills. If you are knowledgeable in an area, gifted to teach, and called to pour into men who are trying to transform their lives, then consider teaching one of these classes.
In the Restoration program there are courses focusing on Spiritual, Vocational, and Financial Development. If you are willing to commit time to be trained in teaching and/or facilitating a more in-depth curriculum this is a great opportunity to really help the men rehabilitate key areas of their life. These courses Read more [...]
The Warehouse/Donation Center is the main hub that processes all types of physical donations. Items that can be used are distributed to our various facilities, as well as other non-profit organizations in the community. Items that cannot be used are re-purposed and the revenue goes back into our ministry. Among Read more [...]
Harmony House has a garden with 12 raised beds. We are looking for an experienced gardener who can lead a group of volunteers in planning and cultivating the garden throughout the year.
A HOUSE VOLUNTEER joins in the “daily routine” at Isabel’s House by assisting our Direct Care team members with the care, education, and safeguarding of children, as well as the upkeep, cleaning, and daily needs of our facility. House Volunteers: –Participate in scheduled daily activities –Provide tutoring and homework assistance Read more [...]
Are you a kid at heart? Freedom’s Rest is looking for volunteers to love and nurture our kids! The kids that stay at Freedom’s Rest are all ages and from all different backgrounds. Our kids need positive role models who will love them where they are at. Kid’s volunteers can Read more [...]
The Kitchen Volunteer assists staff with cooking, serving and cleaning in our kitchen and dining room.
Safe to Sleep needs two volunteers each night (7 days a week, all year long) to assist with opening and closing the shelter. As a volunteer signing up for 1-2 nights per month works best. Volunteers spend the night and sleep in shifts–most volunteers report getting about four hours of Read more [...]
During Phase 1 of Restoration, the men in the program receive mentoring from men willing to come in and meet 3-4 of them on a weeknight, for the purpose of accountability and encouragement. If you naturally pour into men trying to get back on their feet this is a great Read more [...]