Provide Hope & Encouragement

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



Used Bibles and Christian books needed!

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!



Community Garden Work in South Park, Raleigh (Providing Food Access in a Food Desert) *Ongoing

We at Passage Home are looking for motivated and dedicated volunteers to assist our Agriculture Specialist with tending to the community gardens that form such an integral part of the surrounding neighborhoods. Not only do the gardens provide food access and food security in this area—which is considered to be a ‘food desert’ due to … Continue reading Community Garden Work in South Park, Raleigh (Providing Food Access in a Food Desert) *Ongoing



Flag Football Coaches Needed

The Salvation Army of Wake County’s flag football season is about to begin and we need volunteer coaches for our 7-9 year olds league and 10-13 year olds league. League starts 9/30/17 and runs through 12/04/17. All leagues are co-ed. 1st Practices on Saturday September 30 and October 7 2017 2nd Practice Monday, Tuesday, or … Continue reading Flag Football Coaches Needed



School Supplies Drive

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



Mentor, Inspire, Develop, and Grow a child in the margins

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



Music & Memory

Transitions LifeCare is a certified provider of the national MUSIC & MEMORYSM music program. Music & Memory is a program where patients listen to a personalized music playlist created with input from the patient, family, friends, and staff. Patients can connect with the music they love with the goal of improving their overall health and … Continue reading Music & Memory



You can “DO” Lunch too – Become A Volunteer For Meals On Wheels

Volunteers represent the face of our services at Meals on Wheels of Wake County. Those we serve deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and our over 2,200 volunteers embody that belief daily in service to our senior and disabled neighbors. Many recipients tell us the best part about meal delivery is the friendly, … Continue reading You can “DO” Lunch too – Become A Volunteer For Meals On Wheels



Foster Parent Info Night

Become a Foster Parent! We need foster and foster to adopt parents as well as those willing to wrap around our foster families, and provide items for foster children in care. Thursday, August 10th from 6-9 p.m. Cross Point Community Church 1001 Steeple Square Ct Knightdale, NC 27545 This is a perfect opportunity to have … Continue reading Foster Parent Info Night



CORRAL Summer Yard Sale

Over the past two months, our 3 student interns have been hard at work planning and organizing the 2017 CORRAL Summer Yard Sale! All proceeds of the yard sale will go toward funding the care of the CORRAL girls and horses. Come out and support the work of our girls while shopping for a cause! … Continue reading CORRAL Summer Yard Sale



School Supplies Needed

Neighbor to Neighbor Serves marginalized, low income families in downtown Raleigh. We will be collecting School Supplies for all of the students that attend our after school mentoring program. Deadline for receiving school supplies is August 19th. For more information, or to schedule a pickup of school supplies please contact Kate Johnson at kate@n2noutreach.org or … Continue reading School Supplies Needed



Give Us Your Plastic Grocery Bags!

Overrun with plastic grocery bags? Donate them to us and you’ll be helping local hungry families in need AND recycling! Drop off at 1390 Capital Blvd Monday-Friday 9-5. Thank you!



Easy to Make (no sew) Fleece Blankets for Grieving Families

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



Moving Equipment Needed

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



Become A Homeownership Coach and Help Our Partner Families Thrive

Habitat Wake’s “Coach U Home” program needs volunteers to coach partner families as they navigate the process of homeownership. VOLUNTEER RESPONSIBILITIES: Be a current or past homeowner. (Note: Homeownership through Habitat for Humanity not required.) Attend one four-hour training session. Commit to coaching 1-2 homeowners for 8-9 months. Contact your homeowner monthly by phone or … Continue reading Become A Homeownership Coach and Help Our Partner Families Thrive



Transitions LifeCare Volunteers Offer Hope & Comfort

Each year, hundreds of volunteers tell us that touching the lives of Transitions LifeCare patients and families are among their most rewarding experiences. We offer a variety of ways to use your hands, hearts and talents to offer hope and comfort. Some of the ways you can make a difference include: Family Support Volunteers – … Continue reading Transitions LifeCare Volunteers Offer Hope & Comfort



Gardening Equipment Needed

From drip irrigation lines to a garden sink, bird houses and a bee hive, from garden spades, hoses and hoes to a tractor for moving mulch. We need items and we need volunteers who don’t mind getting their hands dirty. Come join us in our community garden, where good things grow and we help feed … Continue reading Gardening Equipment Needed



Be a Resource Friend for Safe Families

Resource Friends assist Host Families and Placing Parents with goods and services they may need. Resource Friends can provide physical goods such as diapers, formula, and gently used baby equipment and clothes but can also provide practical expertise such as counseling, life coaching, parenting coaching, financial planning, tutoring, handyman work, car mechanics, etc. Resource Friends … Continue reading Be a Resource Friend for Safe Families



Adopt-A-Block with Raleigh Dream Center

Raleigh Dream Center’s biggest outreach is through our Adopt-A-Block Ministry. We meet at 10 AM every 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month. Simply choose a location and our site leader will be there to get you started. It’s family friendly, so kids are welcome. We spend about two hours passing out free groceries on … Continue reading Adopt-A-Block with Raleigh Dream Center



Note in the Pocket Clothing Processing

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