4B DISASTER RESPONSE NETWORK
Eight Days of Hope Trip April 29 to May 5 | We are looking for 300 skilled volunteers only – plumbers, electricians, experienced carpenters or sheetrock installers. You will be working alongside Eight Days of Hope leadership to continue working on some projects they began last month. Please send your name, address, email address and phone number.
Contact Person: Shari McCormack
Phone Number: (281) 338-5433
ANCHOR POINT MINISTIRES
There are several opportunities to serve with us here at Anchor Point. Please take a look and contact us if you would like more information.
League City Pregnancy Services
We are in need of a volunteer to do a 5-minute devotion for our prenatal class on Wednesday at about 5:15-5: 30pm.
We are also in need of a A baby boutique merchandiser, Intake advocates, Spiritual advocates and Volunteers that are pregnant or has a child/children that are under 2 years old to attend and participate in our prenatal and parenting classes.
Some of our material needs include: size newborn and size 6 diapers, Swaddlers, Trial size baby wipes (32-56 wipes sized pack)
Seabrook Family Services
We are in search of a volunteer to work in the counseling office. A cleaning crew: the office, parking lot, and garden need a deep cleaning. We are looking for a crew (small group/ family) to come in May.
We also need a mailbox installed- any kind but will need it put in or attached to the building.
Material needs include: rattles and teethers, Copy Paper (all Sizes) and cardstock, post it notes, pens, and legal pads (all Sizes). Toilet paper, paper towels (roll and tri-fold), hand soap, paper plates and forks, napkins, and Kleenex.
Work From Home/ different location Support-
We are in search of someone to help our Community Developer by attending meetings with churches and local business leaders. Also a person to help build a data list of area businesses and churches (phone calls and emails). Lastly someone who can post on Instagram 3 times a week with content provided to them.
If you have any questions or would like more details before contact Victoria Weaver.
Contact Person: Victoria Weaver
Phone Number: (828) 695-7559
A PEACEFUL PLACE
Client Care teams: Individuals interested in conducting interviews and building and continuing relationships with clients.
Decorating Team: People who like to decorate are welcome to join our decorating team on 1st/3rd Saturdays.
Pick-up donations, deliver furniture to clients. Must be able to lift heavy furniture, sometimes up/down three flights. Having a truck and/or trailer is a bonus.
Small Groups can participate by: helping on 1st /3rd Saturdays on Decorating and Moving Teams and adopting a client family during the holidays. Gifts, food, etc.
Contact Person: Kelly Krueger
Phone Number: (713) 828-5632
BAY AREA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Bay Area Habitat for Humanity is building homes in LaPorte, Texas City and now Galveston! If you would like to help a homeowner build their home (they spend 300 hours helping other volunteers), please join us in building communities and showing God’s love with our hands and feet. No experience or special skill is required, and we will provide any tools needed. We are also doing critical home repairs for victims of Hurricane Harvey, bring your small group and come serve with us!
The Bay Area Habitat for Humanity Restore needs your donations! The Restore accepts furniture, appliances, household goods, anything you want to donate! They will pick up donations as well. If you remodel your home, the Restore can take cabinets, light fixtures, bathroom fixtures, etc. To call for pick-up, call 281.332.1118 or visit http://www.bahfh.org/restore. You and your small group can also volunteer in the store to help customers and stock shelves.
Contact Person: Erin Boyd
Phone Number: (281) 615-5134
BE THE LIGHT
BE THE LIGHT and LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES will be hosting another fantastic Hip Hop Youth Block Party in Bacliff on JUNE 2, 2018. The event will be held at the new Bacliff Fire Station Pavilion on Grand Avenue. Time TBD. We will be hosting a volunteer meeting in May to organize teams. Follow us on FB for FULL DETAILS or email us. We need Small Groups to provide cookies, brownies and other sweet treats in individual serving bags. We also need grilling cooks, attendants for the Snow Cone and Popcorn Machine, help with set up and take down. Most importantly we want Small Groups to interact with the kids, participate in the games and dancing. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org and check for EVENT UPDATES on our FACEBOOK page: http://www.facebook.com/bethelightccc It is all about RELATIONSHIPs with the kids so please join us in bringing Gods word and awareness on Human Trafficking to this at risk area.
Contact Person: Tanya McAllister
Phone Number: (832) 771-4549
CENTER FOR PREGNANCY
The Center for Pregnancy is hosting our annual Celebrate Moms event on May 19th. We would love for small groups or individuals to join us to help celebrate, love and pamper our moms! We need to groups to help with a pedicure station, gift bags, food and drinks and many more opportunities. If you are interested in learning more, please let me know!
Contact Person: Jenna Kraft
Phone Number: (832) 573-8929
The Clear Lake Campus will be hosting a Baby Shower Drive benefitting Anchor Point on Sunday May 6th & 13th. Volunteers are needed to help receive the donations before services.
Dates, times and to sign-up: https://clearcreek.wufoo.com/forms/clear-lake-baby-shower-drive/
Contact Person: Tiffany Granderson
Phone Number: (281) 635-5110
EAST 96 CAMPUS
The East 96 Campus baby drive is May 6 and 13 benefiting the Pregnancy and Parenting Support Center through Lighthouse Christian Ministries. This is a great way to bless new mothers. The Center provides spiritual and physical support to its clients.
We need volunteers to help collect and sort donations. If you could help out before either service on those days, please sign up here: https://clearcreek.wufoo.com/forms/e96-baby-shower-drive/
Check their mission and services at http://www.cpscm.org
Contact Person: Erin Boyd
Phone Number: (281) 615-5134
GALVESTON COUNTY FOOD BANK
IMMEDIATE NEED: We are in need of 2 specific items to fill our summer “Kidz Pacz”. Help a child this summer by donating Chef Boyardee can goods (7.5oz pop top lids in any flavor) OR single serving cereals (8.56 box, any brand, any flavor.) These will go directly to our summer feeding program. We would like to have these in hand on or before June 1. Drop off location: GCFB 624 4th St., Texas City, TX 77590.
Galveston County Food Bank is in need of individuals who can deliver food boxes for their Homebound Program. This is a once a month commitment to pick up the food box(es) from the food bank, and deliver them to home(s) of those on your route. You can choose where you deliver and how many people are on your route. It’s a great way to bring needed food and some friendship to those in our area!
Contact Person: Amanda McCarty
Phone Number: (409) 945-4232
Galveston County Food Bank is in need of individuals or small groups who are able to help sort food at their Texas City location. Food donations must be checked for expiration dates and any damage. All usable food is then sorted by catagory to be sent to local partner agencies. Sorting hours are W-F 9am to Noon and 1pm to 4pm. Special hours (nights/Sat.) can be scheduled in advance. This is a fun time for small groups!
Contact Person: Monica Clark
Phone Number: (409) 945-4232
GALVESTON STREET MINISTRY
Galveston Street Ministry offers time of praise & worship, a brief message, and a call to accept Jesus along with a hot breakfast and medical care to needy people at the corner of 20th and Winnie. Everyone comes expecting food, prayer and an encouraging message from the Lord.
There are many serving opportunities available so everyone can find some way to minister to the 200 indigent served every Saturday morning. Serving can include walking with individuals in the food lines, passing out drinks to those waiting in line for food or medical services, or visiting and praying with the people who show up.
If a small group wants to provide food, clothes, or other items (bibles, sanitary items, etc.) they are free to do so. All that needs to happen is the group arrive no later than 7:45 AM with a table to place their items on, put up the table at an open space around the perimeter of the parking lot, and wait until AFTER the service to begin distributing. People will gather around the table as soon as you begin setting up to see what you all have, but it is imperative that nothing we do take away from each Saturday’s worship and message. Once the message is finished, distribution can begin.
Items to bring: bibles, small bags of snacks, bottles of water, men’s shaving kits, toothbrush kits, seasonal clothes/jackets, new or gently used clothes (including socks, new men’s & women’s underwear), hats, blankets, individual sized sunscreen, hand sanitizer, dog food, women’s hygiene products, shoes—this is not an exhaustive list so feel free to add on.
Contact Person: Alexandra Newport
Phone Number: (713) 553-5460
Good Neighbors is in need of small groups to serve along side us in the community at Rancho del Rey. Come be the hands and feet of Christ with us. First and third Saturdays from 10:30 to noon, we deliver groceries, clothing, household goods, breakfast, the Gospel and friendship to under resourced families right here in our back yard. We share coffee, juice, pastries, children’s ministry and prayer time with our neighbors who may be struggling outside the margin. Email or call for more information, or to sign your group up for a serve day.
Contact Person: Leanne Sweeney
Phone Number: (281) 948-2119
THE BIRTHDAY JOB PROGRAM
We will host three parties this month in shelters we serve. May 18th, 20th & 27th. If you are interested in having your small group serve at any of these parties must complete a background check. It would be nice to have a small group reserve a date. You will make a major impact to these children in the shelters/group homes.
Every Birthday child is given their very own personalized pillow along with their gift. If a small group would like to take up a pillow collection that would be wonderful. We go through a lot every month.
Contact Person: Sheila Thornton-Wright
Phone Number: (832) 904-4578
THE MERCY TREE
Individuals, families, or small groups can volunteer to provide a meal at the Mercy Tree on any “OPEN” date. 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 (email@example.com) to let the Mercy Tree know the “OPEN” date that you would like to sign up for.
Please cook or purchase a simple meal, and provide cold drinks for 20 to 25 individuals. Use disposable food containers and include 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 or other needs.
Contact Person: Richard Guidetti
Phone Number: (832) 465-8834