Interested in Bible studies or writing letters to provide hope and encouragement? Christian Library International needs assistance with the following areas to advance Christ’s light in prisons across the U.S. 1. Bible Study Review: CLI Bible Ministers review inmate Bible study lessons and offer encouraging comments and Bible verses. Answer keys for the lessons and … Continue reading Provide Hope & Encouragement
Have used Bibles and/or Christian books that you’d like to donate to a worthy cause? Christian Library International donates Bibles and books to 1,600 prisons nationwide and is need of a constant flow of books to ship to each facility four times per year. In addition to books, we accept Christian CDs, DVDs, magazines and … Continue reading Used Bibles and Christian books needed!
We at Passage Home are looking for interns who can work in our Workforce Development Department assisting our Workforce Development Coordinator in securing and implementing our certification classes and job training. The position will involve coordinating these skills-based programs and executing them effectively. Responsibilities: To provide and assist with program implementation of activities and programs … Continue reading Internship Opportunities Providing Employability Training and Technical Skills to Low-Income Residents
Join the best team in hunger relief! For full position details and applications, please visit www.foodshuttle.org/jobs-internships/. NOTE: Everyone applying for a Food Shuttle Job Opening must submit a completed employment application when they apply. Job Openings: 1. AMERICORPS COOKING MATTERS COORDINATOR The Cooking Matters AmeriCorps member will work with Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Cooking Matters staff … Continue reading Food Shuttle Jobs & Internship Openings
Please help The Salvation Army of Wake County provide school supplies for children living in the shelter. Until September 1, 2017, The Salvation Army of Wake County will be accepting school supplies for school aged children attending elementary, middle, and high school. Fully packed book bags are needed; however, all supplies are greatly appreciated. Supplies … Continue reading School Supplies Drive
Neighbor to Neighbor Serves marginalized, low income families in downtown Raleigh. We serve to bring hope to a hurting community, and one of the ways we serve the Southeast Raleigh community is through an afterschool mentoring and enrichment program. Come be a mentor! Academic Mentor Opportunities in Language Arts or Math! We need volunteers that … Continue reading Mentor, Inspire, Develop, and Grow a child in the margins
“I’m Sarah and I am in the 4th grade. I do well in school and have lots of friends. Usually, I am very outgoing but lately I am quiet and nervous. There are only a few more weeks of school and I am not looking forward to it ending. No school means no food, no … Continue reading Kids Summer Meals, Help Feed Thousands!
Thank you so much for your interest in making blankets for Covered In Love! Covered in Love provides blankets for families who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth and early infant loss. Each blanket is made with prayer and love to bring comfort and peace to the grieving. Each time the recipients snuggle in their blankets, we … Continue reading Easy to Make (no sew) Fleece Blankets for Grieving Families
Loaves and Fishes is in the process of moving our location to another church and that has identified some new needs to allow us to function properly. We need to purchase: Four (4) mobile bin-utility carts that we will use for our afterschool programs. Each one costs about $400 and will allow us to be … Continue reading Moving Equipment Needed
Christian Library International is a prison ministry that donates Bibles and Christian books to over 1,500 correctional facilities nationwide. We are always in need of new and used Bibles and Christian books as well as Christian CDs, DVDs, tracts and magazines. Drop off your used Christian materials at our headquarters in North Raleigh (4724 Hargrove … Continue reading Christian Library International
Volunteer at the Camden St. Learning Garden downtown Southeast Raleigh. The Camden St. Learning Garden is a community space. There are 10 community garden beds, a food forest with fruit trees, honey bees, composting system, greenhouse, and soon to be outdoor kitchen space. We offer educational workshops and field trips to teach kids where their … Continue reading Community Gardening Workday
Note in the Pocket has volunteer opportunities available Monday–Thursday in 1–4 hr shifts from 9 am–1 pm. We need help with quality control, sorting, sizing, organizing and packaging clothing orders. Clothing processing is done at our Volunteer Center at 5100 Lacy Avenue (off Millbrook Road). Children aged 12-15 may volunteer at Note in the Pocket … Continue reading Note in the Pocket Clothing Processing
Help make a difference! The success of Loaves and Fishes requires support from a variety sources. When giving to us, you are partnering with LAF in giving Education, Character Development, and Life Enrichment to students in our community. Donate non-perishable healthy snacks, school supplies, batteries, office supplies, household cleaning supplies, batteries, and many more items. … Continue reading Items Needed for Students At Risk
Advance the Light Banquet: Christian Library International’s annual banquets are held in October. We have a former inmate who had been touched by CLI as our guest speaker. If you have banquet experience, we’d like to talk with you. Youth Teams: CLI hosts church and school service teams every month. Some come after school and … Continue reading Volunteers Needed to Bring Hope to the Incarcerated
Caring Connections needs women with professional expertise or personal experience to lead a foundation class or workshop on a variety of life skills: Health and Wellness, Parenting, Financial Stability, Job Readiness, etc. Lead a bible study Host a household product collection (list of needs provided) Serve on a job task force to help secure companies … Continue reading Mentors Needed to Equip Women with Job & Life Skills
Volunteers Needed on the Food Shuttle Teaching Farm Get your hands dirty and volunteer on our teaching farm in Raleigh! Learn about sustainable agriculture & connect to where your food comes from. Help with soil preparation, planting, harvesting, weeding, composting, and mulching. We are in need of volunteers who can commit to one shift a … Continue reading Volunteers Needed on Food Shuttle Farm