GO Ops | September 2019

Ways to serve our community through GO Local Partners, CCCC Orphan Care and School Partnerships.


OPPORTUNITY 1:  You or your small group can get plugged-in and help Anchor Point kiddos and their families thrive!  Help us stock our Baby Blessing Boutique by collecting new or very gentely used baby items through toddler (infant – 3 years).  Large sized diapers (Size 5 and up and Pull-Ups) are always in demand.

Contact Person:  Karen Radford
Email: karen@anchorpoint.us

OPPORTUNITY 2:  We are honored to journey alongside moms & dads through some of the toughest decisions and hardest times in their lives. 

  • Anchor Point is always in need of spliritual mentors and client advocates (2-4 hour weekly or biweekly commitment).  We will train you!
  • Anchor Point has four different locations and hundreds of clients and want to offer them a beautiful and peace-filled experience.  We are in need of a small groups that are willing to come in and deep clearn once a month (or more often) and pray over each room as they clean it.  
  • We are in need of writers, editors, graphic designers and videographers for the Media Team.
  • If you have a knack for social media, help us get out the word by liking, sharing commenting on social media content.  

Contact Person:  Kelly King
Email: kelly@anchorpoint.us


Clothed By Faith SE is a ministry located in Deer Park which provides clothing to people in need in by partnering with area non-profits and local school districts.

Opportunities to help sort clothing and make clothing bags for clients are available every week Mon-Thurs 9am-2pm. Evenings and Saturday morning serve days can be scheduled, as well.

(Kids 9yrs and up are welcome to serve with parent.)

Contact Person: Melinda Stephenson
Email: melinda@clothedbyfaith.org


Good Neighbors is in need of small groups to serve alongside 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 
Email: sweeney.leanne@yahoo.com


Houston Welcomes Refugees (HWR) strives to ease the resettlement process for refugees coming to Houston by mobilizing invested, caring volunteers. As followers of Jesus, we believe it is our job to love those who come to our city out of the overflow of love we receive from Christ. Our model is holistic and intended to empower rather than enable the families we serve. The best way we can serve HWR from CCCC is to donate Welcome Kits. These kits contain various household items that a new arriving family will need to set up a home. We are looking for groups interested in putting together kits from time-to-time. Contact me via email for details.

Contact Person:  Scott Mayo
Email: smayohwr@gmail.com


Lighthouse Christian Ministries is in need of a small group or multiple small groups to come in and finish painting our medical clinic rooms, a bathroom and a hallway. All supplies and paint are provided.

Contact Person: Erika Steele
Email:  erika@lighthousecm.org


OPPORTUNITY 1: TBJP provides “Birthday Fixin’s Bags” to children in crisis (CPS, foster care, financial hardship) who would not otherwise be able to celebrate their birthday. Each bag contains themed party decorations (banner, plates, cups, napkins), balloons, candles, wrapped gift, and cake mix, frosting, icing pen. They are currently in need of cake mix, frosting, gel/icing pens! Donations that your family or small group would like to collect can be picked up on Mondays by texting the address to (281) 703-1843.

OPPORTUNITY 2: TBJP hosts birthday parties at children’s shelters in La Porte and Liverpool each month. Volunteers will help with set up and decorations, overseeing party games and food, and clean up. This is a fun experience for small groups, families, or individuals that brings joy to children in our community!

Contact Person:  Stephanie McCoy
Email: stephmccoy2@gmail.com


Can you help make a house a home?

The mission of The Bridge over Troubled Waters is to offer support, provide safety and prevent domestic and sexual violence. With a full service live in shelter for 100 women and children there is ongoing needs in a variety of ways for the shelter located in Pasadena.

We are so excited to share The Bridge has received a housing grant for 25 new apartments, starting in October 2019. So, we are looking for small groups to adopt approximately 10 single ladies and 15 families who will be moving into these new apartments. Most ladies come to the shelter with nothing, so they will need furniture, linens, kitchen items & decor to fill these blank apartments to help them feel like they have a home. We are asking that each group be responsible for collecting & storing items to furnish one whole apartment with the basic necessities & then moving them into the apartments, once they become available.

Let us know if your group/family/company can help us bless these women and children through adopting either a single woman or family apartment. On average the families include mom & three kids and if you choose to adopt a family with kids your group would know the age and sex of the children to provide for in late August/September.

If you aren’t capable of providing for a whole apartment and just have items to donate or if you want to help solely with manual labor of moving items please contact Jackie Amato at vbjack@hotmail.com so that we can coordinate your donations. Individual donation items won’t be available for coordination of drop off or pick up until September, so feel free to let us know you have something but just know we need your assistance storing until closer to move time. Additionally, items can be new or gently used and do not have to match or coordinate perfectly.

Basic Necessity Checklist:
Living room:
End table &/or coffee table

Small table & chairs (apartment sizes are small so needs to be small table with 2 chairs for single and 4 for family)
Pots & pans
Baking dishes
Cooking utensils
Kitchen towels

Bedroom (single lady):
Full or Queen bed (boxspring & mattress)

Bedroom (kids):
Twin bed(s)/bunkbeds/ crib

Shower curtain (w hangers & rod)

Other Items to consider also including if possible:
TV stand
Cookie sheet
Muffin tin
Kitchen floor mat
Toaster/toaster oven
Small microwave
Coffee maker
Side table for rooms
Decor for walls
Bathroom or kitchen organization
Vacuum or Dustbuster
Broom & dustpan
Curtains/curtain rods
Placemats or table cloth
Cleaning supplies
Toys/books/games for children
Bathroom products & toilet paper

Contact Person: Cristina Womack
Email: womackcristina@gmail.com


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 5 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 volunteer @themercytree.org to sign up for the open date.  At this time, the next open dates are Tuesday – Sept. 24; Monday – Sept. 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 Person: Richard Guidetti


OPPORTUNITY 1:  Be a Host Family! Volunteers with our Anchor Program (Host Families) take children off campus for temporary visits, backyard barbecues, swim days and movie nights with their friends and families. It offers important bonding time and mentorship outside of the Today’s Harbor campus and a much-needed break for our House Parents who work around the clock to care for the children in their home.

OPPORTUNITY 2:  On-Site Volunteering!  Visit our beautiful seaside campus and help with projects like gardening, managing in-kind donations and assisting or coaching our basketball team.

Contact Person: Christine Shelton
Email: cshelton@todaysharborforchildren.org


Hurricane Harvey was over a year ago but there are still families recovering from that devastating storm. The 4B Disaster Response Network continues to rebuild homes. Will you join our efforts to reach out in the community?

First Saturday Serve is the first Saturday of each month.  We meet at the 4B Warehouse at 144 Park Avenue (the League City Public Works building), 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.  So that we can prepare the projects, we ask that you register before the last Thursday of the previous month.  To register go to www.4bresponse.org or for more information call Shari.

Contact Person: Shari McCormack
Email: smccormack@clearcreek.org
Phone Number: (281) 316-9411


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