Volunteer in our community
DVSBF provides a wide array of services including 24-hour crisis line and emergency shelter, information and referrals, legal advocacy and clinics, support groups, advocacy based counseling, and community education.
Tri-City UGM desires to see homeless, hopeless and hurting people in our community become transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Volunteers are needed to serve through the Rescue, Recovery and Restoration programs.
Soul Soup’s goal is to make disciples through consistent service and relationship opportunities in our own community. They serve meals a few times a week to help reduce hunger in the Tri-Cities. The group targets the homeless, poor, elderly and disabled but anyone is welcome for a meal. Food donations are also accepted.
Chaplaincy volunteers guide, comfort and care for people experiencing serious illness, end of life, behavioral health issues, personal crisis and grief. There are a variety of opportunities to share your gift of time, talents and skills with others.
You Medical exists to inform and empower individuals facing an unexpected pregnancy or related sexual issues while providing a safe place for clients to make a confident decision for their future. You Medical has been serving the Tri-Cities community for 30 years. Volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups and medical professionals.
Fighting hunger, feeding hope: Second Harvest brings community resources together to feed people in need through empowerment, education and partnerships. Second Harvest needs volunteers to pack food for our neighbors who do not have reserves in the event in there is a need.
FCA has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
Connecting generations to restore hope in our communities and help young people find their God-given potential. Volunteers needed who are passionate about bringing hope and help to kids in need. Opportunities include becoming a mentor, church champions, mentor & mentee screeners, match support coaches and office assistants.
Elijah Family Homes fosters hope, dignity and self-sufficiency through stable housing and supportive services for families seeking recovery. EFH addresses homelessness and addiction recovery through the Transition to Success program. Support for families is given through the Parent-Child Assistance Program.
Tri-City UGM is a Christ-centered organization desiring to see homeless, hopeless and hurting people in our community become transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We serve all who God brings our way and do so with love, compassion and urgency as we see them experience lasting change through our Rescue, Recovery and Restoration programs.
The mission of Teen Challenge Pacific Northwest is to evangelize people who have life-controlling problems and initiate the discipleship process to the point where a student can function as a Christian in society, applying spiritually motivated, biblical principles to relationships in the family, local church, chosen vocation, and the community.
Grace Clinic’s mission is to share Christ’s love through practical acts of compassion by providing free medical, dental and mental health services to low-income adults and those without health insurance in Benton and Franklin Counties.
Grace Kitchen is a ministry that exists in order to empower and employ women out of poverty in the Tri-Cities area through the daily work of discipleship, job training, employment, and friendship.
Mirror Ministries has many opportunities for volunteers, from working with clients in therapy or classes to behind-the scenes decorating and cleaning, there is a unique place for every skill and talent in the movement to bring hope to survivors of sex trafficking. Training is provided.
The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs is to empower all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Mentorship, homework help, programming opportunities, and general child supervision is needed.
There are many opportunties to volunteer inside C3 and in our community to help C3 members. These include positions with our Marketing and Operations department, Family Ministries team, C3 Resource Coaching, Weekend Services Tech and Music teams, Covid Care Call team and Response and Outreach teams.
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