Serve Week 2018

Serve Week 2018
For Small Groups, Families, Students & Individuals

Saturday, June 16 - Saturday, June 23 

We hear the question: "I want to volunteer in the community. But where do I go, or who do I ask?"

In response to this, we designed Serve Week as an opportunity to meet and volunteer at several of our Local Partners in the Triangle area. We have great partners in the area doing transformational work.

It's all set up — they just need a little bit of your time to make it happen. So grab your friend, spouse, small group or family and look over the project descriptions below to see which one would you'd like to try out!



Project Descriptions

LuoPad Assembly (hosted at Millbrook campus)
Trace, cut or assemble LuoPads (washable feminine pads) to help women in developing countries who often can't leave their homes due to the lack of feminine hygiene products available. Children are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.

The Green Chair Project
Work together to provide everyone the comforts of home. Sort donations & move furniture. Must be age 13 or older to volunteer. Under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Shepherd Youth Ranch
Watch a demonstration of a typical session at the ranch. We will then be helping to build a fence. Please bring a hammer or nail gun if you have one. 30-40 teens and adults are needed.

Alliance Community Garden
Work in garden. Bring a water bottle and sunscreen; wear close-toed shoes and clothes that you can get dirty. Note: bee hives in the garden. They are very friendly, gentle creatures. Epi Pens are there in case of allergies.

Missions Thrift Store (hosted at Millbrook campus)
Make a local and global impact just by sorting donations! Wear closed toe shoes.

Adopt a Block | Raleigh Dream Center
Handing out groceries, playing with children, praying with people and showing love in our communities. Children are welcome under the supervision of a parent or guardian.

Note In The Pocket (hosted at Millbrook campus)
Help process clothing donations by performing a quality control procedure: sort by clothing type, gender and season in order to stock the shelves with clothes needed to build mini-wardrobes for students in Wake County living without proper clothing for school.