Care Group Volunteer Opportunities

 

CRKids

CRKIDS, the children's care team for Celebrate Recovery, is looking for some helpers to work with children as their groups are growing!  Ages of the children range from newborn to 6th grade.  You must be 18 years or older and be able to pass a background check.  Some paid positions are also available.

Mondays and Tuesdays 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Thursdays 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Contact the church office at (541) 479-2639

 

ROC Food Pantry

Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.  The ROC needs help stocking the food bins as people come through, as well as helping clients carry their groceries to their cars, bicycles and shopping carts.

Anytime:  The ROC needs help repackaging bulk supplies into smaller bags for distribution to families, as well as some deep cleaning of the exterior and interior of the building.

Contact: Ruth Johnsen
Phone: (541) 476-3344
Email: Director@rochome.org

 

Food & Friends: Meals on Wheels

A senior meal program designed to support independent living in Grants Pass.  Many volunteers are needed to deliver smiles and meals each day.  Volunteers generally commit to two hours, one day a week, but any type of volunteer help or commitment is always welcome!

Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.:  Help deliver meals to seniors' houses around Grants Pass.  Drivers will use their own vehicles (mileage reimbursement is available and donations are tax deductible).  Meals are picked up at a central location and training is provided.  Home delivery ride-alongs are available!  Learn the routes, how to serve meals, and socialize with meal participants.

Monday - Friday 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.:  Help serve meals to seniors who come for lunch at the on-site location, the 4-H Extension Building at 215 Ringuette Street.

Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.:  Help prepare and pack meals for deliveries and on-site lunches.  Then stick around to help serve seniors who come for lunch on-site!

Contact: Kellie Miller
Phone: (541) 955-8839
Link: http://rvcog.org/mn.asp?pg=FF_Home

 

Gospel Rescue Mission

The Gospel Rescue Mission exists to give food, clothing, shelter and the Gospel of Jesus Christ to those who are the most in need in our community.  Volunteers are always needed.  There are many ways and different areas that a group can serve the mission, such as gardening and helping in the kitchen, just to name a few.

Contact: Pastor Jay - Program Director
Phone: (541) 476-0082
Link:http://gospelrescuemissiongp.org/

 

Concerned Fathers Against Crime (C-FAC)

A mobile "neighborhood watch" organization that uses cellular phones and goes where the county and the city need us most. We are not a substitute for trained law enforcement personnel; in fact, we depend on them entirely. We are an "eyes and ears only" patrol that seeks to be of service to the men and women who risk their lives every day to ensure our safety, and the safety of our families. The secret to Concerned Fathers Against Crime has always been lots of men committed to doing only a little. C-FAC asks the fathers of the community (and fathers to be) for only one patrol every two months. Six patrols a year is the entire commitment for the average C-FAC volunteer. 

Contact: Allyn Lawrence
Phone: (541) 291-0545
Link: c-fac.org

 

Concerned Mothers Against Crime (C-MAC)

C-MAC is a simple network of mothers (and would-be mothers) prayerfully equipped to use "hand-written notes" to make a difference, locally and nationally, by expressing love and caring--and all for less than one hour of invested time per two month cycle! C-MAC is set up for one basic reason: to stop the "child-molesting culture" that surrounds us all. The public square is not private property! It is every adult's responsibility to protect the children of the community. C-MAC groups meet only when necessary. Choose what works for you!

Contact: Kay Brashears
Phone: (541) 479-5406
Link: c-mac.org

 

Concerned Families

3-4 hours on First Saturdays, once every two months. Work with local teenagers to patrol the city's downtown picking up litter and reporting graffiti. This easy task not only keeps the downtown cleaner and allows adults and youth to work together, but it also sets an important example of community connectedness. Our motto is, "Serving our Community by Supporting our Youth." One Saturday morning - every two months - is all we ask, and this allows busy but conscientious citizens to join the fun of being part of something pro-active, effective, and easy to fit in our lives.

Contact: Joe Chandler
Phone: (541) 295-1546
Link: concernedfamilies.org