Ongoing & Unique Serving Opportunities
MONDAY, AUGUST 15
PROJECTS
CLEAR ALL

LEADERS Karey Brown, Josette Coleman DESCRIPTION

Join us as we eat lunch with the community, play games with the kids and share the Gospel! Good for families and is held outside when weather permits. We also run a Food Pantry during this time at Richmond Church of God down the street at 4322 North Avenue and need volunteers for both locations.

Culpeper

LEADER katie myers DESCRIPTION

Food bank

Culpeper

LEADER katie myers DESCRIPTION

Food bank

Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania

LEADER Janeen Meyers DESCRIPTION

Don't Go Alone is a mentoring program through Project Belong VA that recruits mentors from the church to become a long-term support system for youth aging out of foster care. Currently, Virginia has one of the highest percentages of youth aging out of any state in the country, and we believe God is using this mentoring program to work in their lives. Singles and couples of all ages are encouraged to consider walking alongside of a youth in foster care as they transition into adulthood. Mentors are asked to spend time with their mentee in-person at least once a month. An application packet, background check, and 4 hours of virtual training are required prior to being matched with a mentee.

Richmond

LEADERS Karey Brown, Rita Reese DESCRIPTION

Blessing the laundromat customers with free laundry service as we discuss their faith, pray and share the Gospel with them.

Richmond

LEADER Karey Brown DESCRIPTION

Join us for a meal, worship and bible study with the Washington Park neighborhood as we proclaim the Gospel and pray for those in need.

Richmond

LEADERS Karey Brown, Rita Reese DESCRIPTION

Every day women and young girls in Richmond sell their bodies to survive. Princess night is an outreach that works to break this cycle of sex trafficking, one Princess at a time, by going into areas where sex trafficking takes place. We pray with the women and offer them sandwiches and roses. We also provide hygiene blessing bags from time to time. **training is required

Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Culpeper, Richmond

LEADER Liz Hall DESCRIPTION

Hospice Volunteers are the Heart of the Hospice Team! Help us plant seeds of love that helps countless hearts to grow. Medi's Volunteers offer a range of support/services to our patients & our patient's families, from creative, administrative, companionship to spiritual encouragement. *In order to best serve and protect the patient, additional requirements of an orientation, background check, and TB screening are required.*

Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania

LEADER Amanda Coons DESCRIPTION

Thornburg Middle School has school based mentoring program pairs adults in the community with students who could benefit from extra support for an hour every week or so DURING THE SCHOOL DAY. This is an opportunity to invest in our future and develop a relationship with a middle school student, ages 11-14. You can share a hobby, play a game, help with a school project, or eat lunch together. We will provide a short training session and complete a background check, in accordance with our school policy. If you are interested in learning how you make a difference in a student's life, please add yourself to the project!

Spotsylvania

LEADER Cheryl Stamper DESCRIPTION

Provisions is a Non-Profit Organization. Their heart is to come together with community household and clothing donations in one spot to bless the community. They have 2 locations and are open at both locations / Monday thru Saturday 10 to 4. Locations: 8613 Patriot Highway Fredericksburg, VA 22407 540 993 4150 Lake Anna location 5743 Courthouse Road Spotsylvania, VA 22551. 540 895 7418 Ways we can serve: 1. Donate household items and clothing . Your donations are fully tax deductible. 2. Shop Thrift 3. Volunteer your time. Volunteers over the age of 15 years are welcome daily. Have an extra hour or so, stop in and assist in sorting, hanging, pricing merchandise and customer service. Just check in at the front and let them know you are there to volunteer.

Richmond

LEADERS Karey Brown, Billie Murphy DESCRIPTION

We serve at least 60 meals and also provide some snacks...granola bars, oatmeal, fruit. We also have a need for men's and women's toiletries, undergarments, socks, shoes, hygiene items and clothing. We love on the community through prayer, sharing the Gospel and extending Jesus' love and compassion to all we meet.