SERVING THOSE IN NEED
Hope for the Whole Family
Serving opportunities for individuals, families & small groups.
Our purpose is to network and support ministries, churches, businesses and individuals to work together to demonstrate and proclaim the Gospel for all people by addressing real needs.
As a top priority of Community Impact, it is our goal to help support the community. Through mobilizing the people of Hill Country Bible Church to serve, we pray that many will hear & believe the life-changing reality of Jesus Christ.
Christian Resource Center
Empowering People Across Greater Austin
Volunteer opportunities for individuals, families & small groups.
The purpose of the Christian Resource Center is to network and support ministries, churches, businesses and individuals to work together to demonstrate and proclaim the gospel for all people by addressing real needs.
CRC at Twin Lakes Fellowship
1150 S. Bell Blvd
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Drive A Senior NW
Drive a Senior offers free transportation and other support services for senior adults to live independently in their own homes. Services are provided by volunteer drivers, home handymen, office volunteers and hosts/hostesses for twice monthly Senior Day Out luncheons. Drive a Senior also maintains a medical equipment loan closet and accepts donations of gently used walkers, canes, shower chairs and similar supplies.
Volunteer commitment: Flexible scheduling with some services requiring a short one or two-hour commitment. Volunteers must receive introductory training about use of the scheduling website and the spirit of services provided. You can get involved by joining others from Hill Country who serve in these roles.
For more information or to volunteer, email John Rondeau.
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Round Rock Area Serving Center
Multiple Opportunities to Serve the Needy in Round Rock.
Ideal Volunteer Opportunity for Individuals, Families with Teens, and Small Groups.
Round Rock Area Serving Center provides a food pantry, Round Rock Coats for Kids, clothing & furniture vouchers, Computers for Kids, community gardens, The Volunteer Center, adult computer classes in English & Spanish, a charity thrift store, and more.
This ministry offers the following types of volunteer opportunities:
- Driving & Delivery
- Food / Clothing Pantry
- Job Skills Training
- Pack & Sort
- Professional Services (Front Desk)
Specific volunteer need: Phone receptionists, client receptionists, casework interviewers, pantry volunteers, cashiers, gardeners, and food / merchandise sorters. Volunteers are also needed to pick up food donations, drive the truck, teach computer classes, and for data entry.
RRASC accepts donations of food, clothing, household items, furniture and computers Monday – Saturday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.
The Food Pantry and Treasures Charity Resale Shop & Boutique is open Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm & Saturday 9:00 am – Noon.
For more information call RRASC at 512.244.2431.
Follow RRASC: Facebook
Community First! Village / Mobile Loaves and Fishes
Community First! Village is a 51-acre master planned community that provides affordable, permanent housing and a supportive community for men and women coming out of chronic homelessness. A development of Mobile Loaves and Fishes, this transformative residential program exists to love and serve our neighbors who have been living on the streets, while also empowering the surrounding community into a lifestyle of service with the homeless.
Sign up to get involved here! If you'd like to know more email us at communityimpact.
Bags of Grace
Bags of Grace is a ministry focused on serving the homeless in the Austin. This ministry is for everyone (from kids to seniors). Bags of necessities are prepared that include food, water, and hygiene products. These bags are then subsequently distributed to the homeless in and around Austin. For example, the bags can be prepared on a Saturday afternoon at the HCBC campus. The following day the bags can then be distributed at Church Under the Bridge under an overpass of I-35 near downtown Austin.
All of us want to help when we know there is a need, but many people are reluctant to hand money to someone with a sign on a street corner. A Bag of Grace provides basic but valuable items to those on the street, who are truly in need. A Bag of Grace, however, is more than just a meal. It's a chance to connect with another person, even if just for a moment. It's a chance to let those in need and/or homeless know that they are not forgotten or thrown away.
Contact Gregg Peacock for more info
The Charlie Center
Who We Are:
The Charlie Center is a non-profit community center serving individuals experiencing homelessness in North Austin.
What We Do:
Meets the physical needs through hospitality ad healthcare and provides navigation services to help individuals take their next step toward permanent housing.
How We Do It:
Serves every person with compassion and excellence, taking a process-driven, holistic approach to help individuals navigate from homeless to housed.
Visit Website here.
Not sure where to serve?
If you still want some help figuring out where you can serve, you can check out our partnerships or you can email us at [email protected] with your specific questions.
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