Corporal Work of Mercy: Shelter the Homeless
Needs volunteers for their new thrift store!
MISSION HOPE THRIFT IS LOOKING FOR INVIDIVUALS WITH A HEART FOR SERVING!! WE DIRECTLY IMPACT THE LIVES OF THE HOMELESS IN OUR COMMUNITY!
We need volunteers to help us with:
Cleaning and repairing furniture
Working with electronics and appliances
Driving a box truck to pick up donations
Sorting, cleaning, and pricing incoming donations
Merchandising and displaying
… And MORE!
Training is available! We welcome your service one time, weekly, or daily. We welcome you on your own, with a friend,
with your family, or with a group! Only certain volunteer roles
require committed scheduling.
To volunteer, or to learn more: Please call 913.831.8222 or email email@example.com.
MISSION HOPE THRIFT is located at:
Regency Park Shopping Center
9148 Metcalf Avenue
Overland Park, KS 66212
(We’re southwest of 9st& Metcalf near New Theatre Restaurant,
Michael’s, Micro Center, and Natural Grocers, in the corner of the shopping center.)
Ascension sponsors 2 apartments (ONE NEW APARTMENT IN JO CO!) through this Kansas City area charity. We restock the apartments when the families graduate. We also sponsor several families for their Christmas needs through the Angel Tree at Ascension. We also help with monetary needs .
Hillcrest Transitional Housing offers homeless families, singles & youth a disciplined educational program within a caring, supportive environment. Unlike many organizations whose focus is one-time or emergency care, Hillcrest’s primary objective is to move clients from homelessness to self-sufficiency within 90 days by addressing the total life situation of the homeless families they serve. Hillcrest also provides a transitional housing program for homeless teens and young adults, ages 16-21, who have an educational goal. This unique program offers housing & supportive services for up to 24 months.
In exchange for rent/utility-free housing, aduts are required by written agreement to find full-time employment, obey program guidelines and attend weekly volunteer-taught classes in life skills, employment, community living and budgeting. Hillcrest also provides to clients in the transitoinal housing programs the following, through a network of community support: auto repair/donation, food pantry, medical assistance, dental work, GED classes, haircuts, glasses, school clothes, work uniforms, etc. Always looking for volunteers to teach classes!
Questions: Jean in the office or Andrew and Beth Kay at firstname.lastname@example.org