URBAN IMPACT (Northside)
engages inner city youth in various after-school activities including
performing arts, athletics, tutoring, and mentoring for options after they
graduate from high school. Their Urban Missionaries are young people who live
on the Northside so they can be in the neighborhoods of the kids they are
serving. Often serving these Missionaries can be a wonderful way to support the
larger ministry. They are also renovating a church for ministry space and have
other ways to volunteer. They ask interested groups to please fill out the volunteer
form online describing your group’s availability and interests, and someone
will call you with where they can use your help.
can follow up with Kat Balyesele, Kathryn.firstname.lastname@example.org
MORE GRACE OUTREACH (Appalachia, WV)
work always needs to be done at this community-based ministry which provides
clothing, household items, and food to people in need along with educational
enrichment opportunities. This organization hosts our summer mission team each
June. They would be happy to host your group and put you to work!
Contact: Theo Colebank, (681) 404-5357 or
email@example.com. Theo works three days per week, so if you can’t reach
her, you can call the Director of MGO, Beth Luffy, (304) 435-5470.
PINE VALLEY CAMP (Ellwood City)
camping ministry is located in Ellwood City, a few miles west of Zelienople. A
good introductory “other side” experience. Volunteers are needed to
clean/maintain the facilities. Some interaction with campers may be possible
depending on the weekend. Great for school-age kids. Call Emily to discuss your
group’s availability and interests.
Contact: Emily Toland, (724) 752-1661
HOT METAL BRIDGE FAITH COMMUNITY
Table Meal Ministry, you can volunteer to serve meals and give groceries to
those in need in Southside.
LIGHT OF LIFE RESCUE MISSION (Northside)
lives of men, women, and children through showing the love of Christ by providing
food, shelter, and hope to people experiencing homelessness, poverty, or
addiction. Visit their website for the many ways to use your skills and talents
to serve. Volunteers need to be 13 years old to volunteer, and all volunteers
need to fill out a volunteer application form.
Coordinator, (412) 258-6128
IMANI CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
Imani is a K-12
private Christian school in East Hills and one of NCC’s mission partners. They
have several opportunities to serve:
Fall Landscaping Project (needed ASAP) - 12 volunteers or more
weeds, rake leaves, cut down small tree limbs, and pick up trash around campus
rakes, trash bags, saws and chain saws needed. Recommend wearing boots, long
sleeves and pants, and appropriate weather-related clothing for this task.
in reading, science, math, social studies, Spanish - individual volunteers needed
be scheduled virtually on Wednesdays or after school hours via Zoom
Project - 5 to 8 volunteers
installation of telephones in various staff offices, classrooms and
spaces. Ethernet wiring may be required for internet connections to
personal computers or laptops. Program phones for designated users.
IN-PERSON with masks and protocols
Assistant to Nia, Finance and Development
Individual volunteers for light
office assistance, filing, answer telephone calls, scheduling, prepare
solicitation packets, and other office duties, as assigned.
Anderson, (412) 731-7982
LIVING IN LIBERTY (Homewood)
A Living in
Liberty offers food, shelter, clothing, and sometimes creative activities to
women (mostly addicted) who live on the streets. You will see the humanity and
the very real spiritual and physical fight that these downtrodden Homewood
women face. They are addicted, living fix to fix, meal to meal, and often
living in abandoned housing or with a "man" who "cares" for
them. Volunteers may encounter foul language and possible mature
discussions. On the 1st, 3rd, and 4th Saturdays,
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., teams of two-three
women help with providing and/or serving food, and/or assisting with free
clothing distribution. Teens and older are welcome, if accompanied by a parent.
Contact: Bonnie Nichols,
THE PITTSBURGH PROJECT
There are various
projects available during their “Community Serve Days” on the 4th
Saturday every month in the city. There’s a 25-person limit per day; 6-person
limit per project. Currently, they have two houses that need to be gutted in
November. They have many additional serving opportunities around Pittsburgh and
are very flexible, so call them to discuss your team’s availability and
interests, and they will provide options for you.
Contact: Charles Chapman, (412) 302-1678