Just a few pictures of the many ways CCCC people are serving in our communities.
If you would like to reach out to any of the GO Local Partners you can see a complete list, with contact information, here.
BAY AREA TURNING POINT
Opportunity 1: Small Project – BATP always has an ongoing list of small projects that need to be completed including painting, landscaping, organizing food, separating donations, cleaning, etc. If your group is interested, please contact me and we’ll find the project that best fits your group! Teens over 14 years old welcome!
Opportunity 2: Food or Needs Drives – BATP has a specific list of needs each month for both food and items (paper goods, diapers, etc.). Please contact me for the list and get together as a group to gather as many items on the list as you are able. Get the kids involved by taking them shopping for the list or asking them to make cards for the welcoming baskets that the ladies receive when they enter the shelter (positive words and uplifting Bible Verses are perfect).
CONTACT: Gina Holstien
CLEAR LAKE FOOD PANTRY
Opportunity 1: CLFP is in need of volunteers on their distribution days, Monday and Thursday from 7-10am. Volunteers will set up distribution stations, hand out food, and clean up stations. No need to sign-up; just show up and tell them CCCC sent you!
Opportunity 2: CLFP accepts regular donations of dry goods (rice, pasta) canned meats (tuna, chicken), and canned vegetables. There is also a need for toiletries, diapers, and formula. Donations can be dropped off at the pantry during distribution times (Mondays and Thursdays 8:00-10:00am) The Pantry is located at Clear Lake Baptist Church, 15700 Space Center Blvd, Houston 77062.
CONTACT: Debi Sanders
Good Neighbors serves people living outside the margin, right here in League City. We provide groceries (fresh produce and dry goods) as a way to support the physical needs while sharing the Good News as a way to support their spiritual needs. We serve every 1st and 3rd Saturday except for holiday weekends and provide Groceries and Gospel from 10:30 to noon. We show up and set up at 10:30. Bring your kids, this is a great opportunity for your kids to serve with you, and seeing all our kids playing together is a huge blessing. We have a Children’s Ministry blanket that happens during Bible Storytime so that the grownups can focus on the Story, and the kiddos can hear a story of their own and have some fun making crafts, coloring, and playing games together. After storytime, we all pray together, then the neighbors share their prayer requests, make their food selections, and we wrap up, tear down, and are done by noon. We are currently meeting in the Soccer fields, 320 Texas Avenue, League City. 10:30 – noon, 1st and I rd Saturdays. We gratefully receive contributions of fresh produce, dried goods, and bread to share with our Good Neighbors.
CONTACT: Leanne Sweeney
LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES
Opportunity 1: Monthly Kids Ministry Parties & Summer Camp: We need volunteers to help us plan short, one-hour parties, where we will provide a lesson, craft, and activity every 2nd Saturday. We also need people to help plan for our 3-week summer camp for at-risk local youth.
Opportunity 2: Senior Citizen Parties & Food Deliveries: We need individuals and groups to help with food deliveries to local senior citizens in the areas of Bacliff, Bayview, San Leon, and Kemah. We also need volunteers to help with our monthly senior party.
CONTACT: Crystal Matthews
MI LEWIS SOCIAL SERVICES CENTER
Opportunity 1: MI Lewis is looking for a volunteer to make pick-ups at local retailers. Pick-ups are two hours a day (8:30-10:30), Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at places like Target, Walmart, Olive Garden, and Annie’s Pretzels. Perfect for a retired person but it doesn’t have to be! Can take one or two shifts a week!
Opportunity 2: Everyday Pantry Needs
- Hamburger Helper
- Cake Mix
- Bagged Rice
- Breakfast Cereals in a Box
- Breakfast or Energy Bars
- Condiments in Plastic Containers
CONTACT: Colleen Kofal
The Mercy Tree provides God’s word and a meal to the homeless people in the Clear Lake area. Individuals, families, or small groups can volunteer to provide a meal at one of the 4 local churches that provide space for The Mercy Tree. Planning ahead is necessary because dates quickly fill up often months in advance. Open dates can be found on the website (www.themercytree.org) by clicking on the volunteer tab and scrolling through the calendar. When you click on the date, the time and location will appear.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for the open date. Currently, the following summer dates are open: June 9, 10, 22, 28 and July 4, 6, 10, 19, 20 and August 2, 3, 11, 17, 18, 23, 24, 29, 30
Please cook or purchase a meal, and provide cold drinks for 20 individuals. Use disposable food containers and provide paper plates, napkins, and plastic ware.
Thank you for considering The Mercy Tree as a Go Local opportunity and for blessing our clients with a meal.
CONTACT: Lauren Buck
PROJECT JOY AND HOPE
Opportunity 1: Provide (shop and deliver) basic household items,
such as outside door mats, shower curtain liners, cutting boards,
bathroom plungers, etc. for the twelve residential homes.
Opportunity 2: Provide Gift Cards for residents’ immediate needs:
- $50 HEB or Kroger cards for groceries or gas
- $25 VISA cards for Medical Center parking
- $20 Fast food gift cards (such as Whataburger, McDonald’s or Chick-Fil-A)
Opportunity 3: Provide and deliver holiday baskets for 12 residential families:
- Father’s Day (6/19) – ideas: Starbucks mugs & gift card
Opportunity 4: Ongoing opportunities to help & encourage the families: tray of cookies or any homemade dessert for a family or perhaps a homecooked dinner for a family.
Opportunity 5: Volunteers needed for Houston Open – must be willing to work 3 shifts, November 10-13, 2022, Memorial Park, Houston.
For any of the opportunities listed above please contact Shelley, the Director of Development, at 832-202-4674
CONTACT: Shelley Fuller
THE SANCTUARY FOSTER CARE SERVICES
Opportunity 1: “Adopt” a foster family that needs a little extra love and encouragement. Put together a family fun night basket and have a special meal delivered to help them focus on fun and connecting during a challenging time.
Opportunity 2: As our foster families receive new placements we like to bless them with meals throughout the week giving them more time to connect.
CONTACT: Anthea Roeback
WHEELS OF HOPE
Wheels of Hope is in need of cars to donate to those in need of transportation. The current climate of huge markups in the used car market has made it very hard to find quality vehicles for those in need. We also accept cash to enable us to purchase vehicles. We could also use an ongoing platform to let people of our body know of this opportunity.
CONTACT: Ruth Ann Daughaday
4B DISASTER RESPONSE NETWORK
Four years out from Harvey, we still send teams into the community Tuesday through Saturday to rebuild homes impacted by that hurricane. However, since the Winter Storm in February, we have also been working in homes impacted by the cold.
We meet at the 4B Warehouse at 15 27th Street N in Texas City at 8 a.m. for prayer and instructions and then go out on assignment. There is a job for everyone – no construction experience is necessary, just a willingness to help our community. To register please go to our website.
CONTACT: Shari McCormack
During this recovery time of the pandemic, please contact the person listed above for each of the Partners to confirm their needs.