Work a shift on the 24 hour helpline to help women in crisis pregnancies. Answer questions and walk callers through possible ways to get assistance.
Work one on one with women who are facing an unplanned pregnancy to help them make choices and take the next steps in their journey.
Lead a post-abortion support group.
Serve in the Alternatives Mobile Clinic using your professional skills as a nurse to perform ultrasounds and STD tests, giving our clients a safe environment to get help.
BLANKETS FOR BABIES
Be a part of ministry that supports Alternatives Pregnancy Center and help meet a very practical need. Create “no sew” blankets and knit hats with a small group of ladies that love new mommies and their babies well.
Community re-entry/inside out
Plan and help facilitate social activities, parties, and celebrations for residents that are part of the Community Re-entry program.
Community Re-entry Place has 4 different residence homes that need a lot of love. Work alongside the residents to help with regular home maintenance, landscaping, decorating, and organization of food pantries.
Mentors develop relationships with residents by meeting regularly and helping develop positive life skills. Mentors have a heart for men and women who have struggled with addiction, imprisonment, or homelessness
CPU4U refurbishes used donated computers and gives them to families in need. Do you want to help people in a practical way, but like a behind-the-scenes role? Help arrange pickups and delivery of computer hardware from donors and to families in need.
CPU4U refurbishes used donated computers and gives them to families in need. Refurbish used computers and restore them so they can be given to a family in need.
CPU4U refurbishes used donated computers and gives them to families in need. The Teaching Assistant helps students during class with computer procedures and in-class exercises. Helping people learn computer skills can change their lives as they become qualified for better jobs
Denver rescue mission
Mentors work on teams to help minister to families coming out of homelessness.
English as a second language (ESL)
Teachers work with individuals and groups to teach English using the provided ESL curriculum creating a fun and inviting environment for non-native speakers.
Build relationships with international students studying in the US, includes picking students up from airport, participating in planned events and helping them learn English
Mission Trip opportunities
Click here to see the trips you could join us on this year or to request more information about the numerous options.
Night TO Shine
Help with regular home maintenance, landscaping, decorating, and minor construction.
Mentors develop relationships with residents by meeting regularly and helping develop positive life skills
Plan or help facilitate social activities, parties, and celebrations for residents and children.
Coordinate team from Southeast to effectively engage ministry partners at Open Door.
Royal Family Kids Camp
Royal Family Kids Camp provides children in foster care with a summer camp experience. Be a part of helping a child feel a part of God’s family by serving as a Big Camper. Big campers are paired with a child and experience the week of camp together.
Mentors meet monthly with a child in the foster system and develop an ongoing relationship that helps a child feel loved and a part of God’s royal family.
Food Bank Team Members work one on one with food bank clients to help them grocery shop. As a team member you will develop relationships with clients as you see them each week and help them select food from the food bank
SECOR needs a lot of people working behind the scenes to make the food bank run. Help with data entry, thank you notes, phone calls and general office help.
Visit and build friendships with elderly residents at Victorian House in Parker. Play games, do crafts, and help residents enjoy planned activities.
Whiz Kids Tutors meet one on one with students from Pine Lane Elementary, teaching and reading with them. Tutors are people who enjoy working one on one in a fun environment with elementary age students who are struggling to learn new skills.