Performing community service is a worthy endeavor that brings people and communities closer together and improves the wellness of those volunteering their time and effort. Volunteer your time and effort with one or more of these community service ideas.
Alpha is a series of eleven interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith in a friendly and honest environment. No pressure. No charge. No follow up. Alpha runs in churches, homes, coffee shops and bars all around the globe. Typically, Alpha includes food, a short talk and a time for discussion where guests can share their thoughts. It covers topics such as, "Who is Jesus?", "Why and how do I pray?", and "How can I resist evil?"
Alpha hosts and helpers are designed to function more as facilitators than teachers or leaders. Alpha guests are made to feel welcome and at ease in a safe, explorative environment.
We host a course at the first of each year and as needed. Questions about the course are welcome. Clink on the link www.alpha.org to explore the site or email the course leader, Crandall Cunningham, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choose a school of your interest and get involved! Volunteer in a classroom to read, mentor, help a teacher with making copies for their class or other projects. Use your gifts and talents one hour a week or more, just give and you will receive! Contact Jennifer Taylor at email@example.com or 267-7922 ext. 17 and she will gladly guide you.
Serves the cruise and ship workers that come to port at Port Canaveral and provides a warm meal and Bibles in their home language.
Supports local domestic abuse shelter and victims advocacy. Meets at the Benton House at 11:00 am monthly on the third Monday; donations received for lunch. RSVP to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org
Serves all women for pregnancy counseling and support after birth. B.E.T.A. Pregnancy Center, 620 Garden Street, Titusville, serves all women for free pregnancy and adoption counseling. Education programs for moms, dads and all family for pre-natal and post-partum care for the mother; SIDS and caring for an infant. Maternity and infant clothing is available through the Earn While You Learn Program. Contact Kimberly Severson, Director, at 321-264-0446 or BetaofTitusville@yahoo.com to volunteer. Hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 am - 1:00 pm.
Protecting Children, Strengthening Families, Changing Lives. Being a foster parent is a very rewarding experience. You will be caring for children who have been abuse or neglected and serving as a role model for the biological families who are working to be reunified with their children. This is the ultimate public trust. (321) 752-4650 or www.brevardfp.org
Takes meals to homebound seniors. So no senior goes hungry. By becoming a volunteer you can deliver the hope that can end senior hunger.
As a Volunteer Driver: Deliver meals one day per week 11am- 1pm
Routes average 10 -12 stops Deliver within the town where you live
Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
To volunteer please call (321) 639-8770 and go to this website:
www.agingmattersbrevard.org to download your volunteer application
Targets at risk youth and Christian community development.
HNB’s mission is to be a non-profit, faith based organization committed to building strong youth and gospel-centered community, through following Jesus Christ’s model of meeting people’s physical, mental and spiritual needs. The goal of Hope for North Brevard, Inc. is to be the hands and feet of Christ in a tangible way for our community and ultimately point people to the true champion of life transformation, Jesus Christ. Hope for North Brevard will accomplish this mission by supporting 3 main areas of emphasis: Youth Services, Counseling Center and Community Development.
•Be a prayer partner of HNB
•Help with internal administrative/ office tasks
•Help with grant writing
•Help with fundraising
•Help with website, marketing literature, etc.
•Become a thrift store volunteer