High Impact Opportunities
Hope Coach Drivers
Hope Coach Drivers will lead other volunteers out for a meaningful street outreach experience while possibly connecting homeless individuals to programs and services available at the Mission or through other agencies. Volunteers Drivers will be trained on all aspects of street outreach, including standard procedures, safety, engaging individuals and connecting them to services, and basic documentation. Ideal volunteers will have a compassionate disposition toward people in dire need, a willingness to model servant leadership to other volunteers, and problem-solving skills. For more information contact Cliff Danley at 602.346.3367 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning Center Tutors
Tutors are needed to lead job readiness programs including resume workshops, interview skills and preparation, financial coaching, and GED preparation. Tutors are always needed for Math and Science.
Childcare at the Changing Lives Center
If you would love to rock a baby, teach a 2-year-old his ABCs, or spend some quality time with amazing kids, then working with the CLC Children’s Department is for you. Opportunities include teacher’s assistants and childcare helpers. There are day time and evening opportunities for 3-4 hour shifts. (A Level One Fingerprint Clearance and negative TB test are required.)
Community Case Managers
Volunteers are needed to help our Mission Sharing Coordinator with Community Meals case management and with Community Market case management. Volunteers will go through the intake process one-on-one with clients to determine areas of need and direct them to resources. Volunteers are needed throughout the week and on Saturdays. If you have a desire to directly help those less fortunate, this is a wonderful opportunity. For more information please contact Oscar Barajas at email@example.com or at 602-346-3383.
Love clothes and helping others? We are looking for a few ladies to help with our client boutique at the Changing Lives Center, where the women can shop and trade for themselves and their children. 1-2 Days per week for 3-4 hours
MOMs (Mentoring Our Moms)
Do you love to help young Moms with their parenting challenges? If so we want you! Calling all MOMs (Mentoring Our Moms). As a mentor to one of our clients at the CLC, you will advise and encourage a Mom in her parenting plans and goals. You will be helping her grow in her parenting skills and in her role as a Mother and leader to her children. The commitment is 4-6 hours per month for six months.
BRIDGE Teachers Needed
Phoenix Rescue Mission is offering a program to assist motivated inmates, men and women, to prepare for a successful transition from incarceration to healthy independent living. Volunteers are needed to teach an 8 week curriculum, one night per week, in the jails for both men and women.
Incarcerated men & women to
Direct them toward the
God who transforms lives , and to
Empower them for healthy independent living
Administrative Gurus Wanted!
If you love to organize, like to keep the wheels of an organization turning and enjoy variety, then we have a number of great ways to serve at Phoenix Rescue Mission. 2-10 hours per week
Some of the day to day might include data entry, note taking, presentation preparation, document/spreadsheet organization, writing and proofreading skills, interacting with managers, employees, and clients both in person as well as over the phone or via email, filing, stuffing envelopes and a variety of other support activities. This means that you not only have to be personable but also capable of juggling a lot of balls and different kinds of people.
Do any of these sound like you? Then we would love to talk to you!
Please contact Volunteer Services at 602-346-3363 or firstname.lastname@example.org. to find out more or to set up an interview.