Volunteers have a tremendous impact on the lives of our residents
Our volunteers help to change lives by extending the love of Christ and friendship to the men, women, and children in our life-recovery program. For them, your acts of kindness and service are very special gifts. Share your time, talents, and care with these precious individuals – volunteer today!
All volunteer opportunities are open to individual volunteers. Volunteer Group Opportunities are: Thrift Store Ministry, Donation Drives, and Holiday Meal Prep & Delivery. Individual volunteers must be at least 16 years of age. Volunteers under 16 years of age may participate in Group Opportunities, if accompanied by a parent or supervising adult.
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Seasonal help with data entry, bulk mailings, and other office functions. THIS OPPORTUNITY IS CURRENTLY FULL.
Coordinate and lead nightly Chapel services for the men and women in the life-recovery program.
THIS OPPORTUNITY IS CURRENTLY FULL
We need volunteers like you to be liaisons between the Rescue Mission and your church or community so more people hear about the Mission and opportunities for outreach ministry.
Extreme couponers, put your skills to use to help supplement our food and hygiene needs and teach residents how to coupon to stretch family budgets.
The Mission is always in need of cleaning and hygiene products, clothing, food for our pantry, and seasonal needs. Volunteers are needed to host drives and/or help solicit donation drives within the community. If you or your group, church, company, or family would like to host a drive for the Mission please reach out to Patti Stevenson 478-743-5445 ext. 403 or sign up to be a Donation Drives volunteer. (OPEN TO VOLUNTEER GROUPS)
Provide classes and personal training to residents in running, hiking, walking, aerobics, yoga, weight training, and other forms of physical fitness.
On Good Friday, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Eve we deliver meals to home-bound elderly, disabled, hospice patients, and food insecure families. We need individuals and groups to help pre-prepare the food during the week of each event, and to deliver the meals on the designated days. (OPEN TO VOLUNTEER GROUPS)
Volunteers are needed to help residents improve or gain reading skills and to obtain their GED.
Prayer is one of the pillars that supports the Rescue Mission. 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.
We are serving more people than ever at the Mission and need extra hands to help prepare meals. Tasks may include chopping, mixing, stirring, cooking, baking, and other cooking needs. Kitchen volunteers also assist in stocking the pantry with donated items.
Mentors fill a critical role for the men and women in our life-recovery program who are learning what it looks like to walk with Jesus Christ. Mentors are paired with residents during the last phase of the program, meeting weekly to provide a caring ear, further biblical guidance, and compassionate encouragement as they begin to transition from the program back to their families and communities.
Plan and conduct recreation activities for the residents to include sports, movie nights, concerts, campus picnics, fishing parties, campfire Bible study, bingo nights, book clubs, birthday parties, etc.
We need volunteers with strong experience using Facebook and Instagram to help the Mission make the most of our social media presence and activities.
Help with the planning and/or day-of-event activities for the Mission’s annual golf tournament, graduation celebrations, holidays, and other events.
The Thrift Ministry plays a vital role in helping fund the Mission’s life-recovery program. We need individuals and groups to help with receiving, sorting, and pricing donations, and to stock and organize the sales floors. We also need volunteers skilled in creating merchandise displays. (OPEN TO VOLUNTEER GROUPS)
Transportation for both the men’s and women’s divisions is a huge need at the Mission. This team drives residents to weekly Celebrate Recovery events, group outings, and to doctor appointments, interviews, and other activities. By driving a Rescue Mission van, volunteers not only provide transportation, but also have an opportunity to share the love of Christ, build relationships, provide encouragement, offer prayer, and be a listening ear along the way.
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 them on the Breadline and Holiday Meal boxes. These messages should be delivered or mailed to Pattie Stevenson at 6601 Zebulon Road, Macon 31220. Please DO NOT seal these messages.
We need artists to utilize their talents and the creative process to help residents explore emotions, reduce anxiety, and increase self-esteem.
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