There are so many of God's people (right in our own backyard) who need a helping hand - why not offer yours? There are plenty of opportunities for both individuals and small groups, find out which one God is calling you towards! Serving opportunities are categorized as:
- Donations Needed
Feel free to contact Kay Bach for assistance. Be sure to send us stories, pictures or videos of you and your small group in action!
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(Contact the ministry/agency directly to find out more about how you can serve!)
Adults and youth serve together as they form relationships with those living on the streets of St. Louis by providing food, clothing, friendship, and the hope of Jesus.
Next Trip: Every other Wednesday 6:30 - 10 p.m.
Contact Curtis Wood / 314.971.2432 for more information about getting involved.
In this land of abundance it’s hard to imagine not having access to good quality food at a reasonable price. However, for millions of people in the U.S., many of whom live in our neighborhoods, food is not taken for granted. Therefore, through the summer we share our harvested vegetables with the Millstadt Food Pantry to be dispersed to those in need of food assistance.
In the spring, GiveBack Home Garden Kits are available with instructions and starter seeds/plants so you can grow vegetables in your own yard/garden.
Questions? Contact DeeAnne Smelcer / 314.375.1118.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
2153 Salisbury Street
St. Louis, MO 63107-3191
Faith's partner in ministry in North St. Louis City. We assist as they outreach to their community each summer through "Taking Jesus To The Streets" using messages, songs, crafts, and sharing the love of Christ. Summer outreaches are posted by June.
4100/4102 Shenandoah Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
BWORKS is an umbrella organization housing St. Louis BicycleWORKS, ByteWORKS and BookWORKS located in the Shaw Neighborhood north of Tower Grove Park. They provide kids the incentive and opportunity to develop their academic, vocational and social skills through programs such as the “Earn-A-Bike” and “Earn-A-Computer” courses, along with a new literacy enhancement program where kids create books. If you are skilled with bikes or computers, or love working with kids, contact the main office at 314.827.6640 or visit www.stlbicycleworks.org, www.stlbyteworks.org or www.bookworks.bworks.org
224 N. Main St.
Waterloo, IL 62298
Life Network of Southern Illinois is committed to providing accurate information and reliable resources for women and men facing an unexpected pregnancy, issues related to parenting and limited health education related to STI's and abstinence. We provide free and confidential services to anyone who walks through the doors in need of help. Contact Client Services Debbie Geist / 618.939.3626.
For women: Every Tuesday evening from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Help create jewelry to sell for a cause! All jewelry is sold and all proceeds go to raising awareness and to organizations committed to ending child sex trafficking in St. Louis, the Midwest and beyond. Contact Kay Bach / 314.375.1106.
South City Food Pantry
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday from 9 - 11 a.m.
Help staff the St. Trinity food pantry in the Carondelet neighborhood in South City, St. Louis. Please contact Kevin Menell at email@example.com / 314.712.0489 before coming the first time.
South City Saturday Breakfast
4th Saturday of Each Month
Come down to St. Trinity in South City and help serve hot breakfast to Carondelet neighborhood families. Please contact Alan Creek at firstname.lastname@example.org / 314. 277.1726 before coming the first time.
Questions? Contact Chelsey Doering / 314.375.1118
Producing & Assembling Giveaways; Coordinating Donations
Making items to give away such as blankets, hats, cooling bands, robes and/or assembling items to giveaway locally or globally such as personal care kits, school supplies, or garden kits. Helping to coordinate donations of items to be distributed within local community.
Grant Writing and Business Donation Solicitation
Secure funds for local/global mission projects through grant writing and/or writing letters to businesses requesting donations for items used for outreach events and give aways
Online Partner for Supporting Missions
Be an online partner in various ways, such as: social networking to get the word out about serving events, find free stuff on websites to give away within the community, help others post items to sell on websites and donate profits to missions
For more information, contact Tim Bayer / 314.375.1131