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We appreciate your interest in serving at the Rescue Mission of Middle Georgia.  At this time, we have paused new volunteer recruitment and have limited our volunteer activities due to Covid-19 restrictions. Below is a list of volunteer opportunities currently available. Please check back with us at a later date to see if we have been able to resume our normal volunteer opportunities.

If you would like to stay up-to-date with Mission happenings, join our Newsletter list by clicking HERE. If you are already a volunteer with the RMMGA please click on the link below to login to your account.

If you are already a volunteer with the RMMGA please click on the link below to login to your account.


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Volunteer Opportunities

Prayer Walk:  Active

Pick a day in the month your prayer group would like to come to the Rescue Mission and pray over the Mission’s needs.

Intercessory Prayer Team:  Active

This team serves as “prayer warriors” for the ministry, our residents, and the staff.  The team receives weekly, confidential prayer requests, via email, to lift up in prayer and periodically conducts Prayer Walks on the Mission’s campus.

Donation Drives: Active

The Mission is always in need of cleaning products, hygiene items for men, women, and children, and food items for our pantry.  If your or your group, church or company would like to host a drive for the Mission please reach out to Karen Kinsler at 478-743-5445 ext. 404.

Bargain Center: Active 

The Bargain Center plays a vital role in helping fund the programs at the Mission.  We need individuals and groups to help stock and organize the sales floor, and  also need volunteers skilled in creating merchandise displays.

Meal Delivery: Active

We deliver boxed meals to partner ministries, in downtown Macon, for them to hand-out to the homeless and hungry in the community on our behalf.  We currently need drivers to pick-up the meals from the Mission and delivery to our partner ministries.

Words of Hope: Active

We invite individuals and groups to write cards or letters with encouraging messages or scriptures for the men, women, and children residing at the Mission, and to place on the Breadline and Holiday Meal boxes.  These messages should be delivered or mailed to Liz White at 6601 Zebulon Road, Macon 31220.  Please DO NOT seal these messages.

Holiday Community Meals: Active 

On Good Friday, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Eve we deliver about 1200 meals to the local home-bound elderly, disabled, hospice patients, and food insecure families. On those days we also host a community meal on our campus for our residents and their families, along with those in the community in need of a meal.  We need individuals and groups to help prepare the food during the week of each event, and to deliver the meals and serve in our dining hall on the designated days.


Interested in becoming a volunteer?  Complete this form and we’ll be in touch.