Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Phoenix Rescue Mission. Our Volunteer Ministry offers opportunities for you to use your God-given gifts of time, talent and treasure to help the Least, Lost and Last. We know every volunteer, group, business organization and church has different gifts and interests to share.
Each project includes specific guidelines and instructions to ensure a safe and fruitful volunteer experience for you, and those you serve. Submit an online volunteer application here or contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Sofia Ontiveros for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-346-3363.
We have terrific volunteer opportunities at Phoenix Rescue Mission year-round. Learn how you can get involved!Read More
If this holiday season, you are looking for ways to give back to the community, look no further. Each year, the Phoenix Rescue Mission places 6,000 volunteers in service helping our neighbors in need. While not everyone can serve Thanksgiving dinner, we have plenty of opportunities for you and your family, workplace, or church group to get involved. Hold a food drive, pack a food box or assist at an event — we need you, because this season Phoenix Rescue Mission is Feeding Phoenix!Read More
Have you been looking to increase your impact with the Mission and serve in a higher capacity? Can you teach a class, volunteer as a counselor, work every Thursday in our nursery? If so, a High Impact Volunteer position might interest you.Read More
Our Church Outreach Programs serve as a bridge between the underprivileged and churches with time, talent, resources and a desire to touch others with Christian ministry. Here are some of the ways your church group can get involved to make a difference right here in our community.Read More
Are you a school or youth group that is interested in helping the homeless, but feel your students could use some education on the issue? Sign up for a Jump Into Action presentation and a Phoenix Rescue Mission staff member will come to you location armed with an overview on poverty and homelessness.Read More