COVID-19 Volunteer Update

Many of the people we serve are considered to be a part of the "most vulnerable" to COVID-19. We are on the front lines in providing care to our most vulnerable citizens and we feel strongly that it is our responsibility to protect them, care for them, and to keep them as safe as possible. With this in mind, volunteer activities have been suspended at our residential campuses and street outreach programs.

However, we still have a great need for healthy volunteers as we continue operating our Hope for Hunger Food Bank, mobile food pantries, and community markets.

VolunteerClick here to visit our Volunteer Opportunities website and view the open positions to serve those in need in our community.

The Joy of Giving: Volunteer Opportunities

We have many great opportunities to help feed families hungry in both body and spirit; to bring joy to children in the form of simple gifts, and to bring basic necessities for hygiene that are desperately needed by many living on the street.

Other ways to lend a hand

In addition to volunteering, the Mission offers another way to give back. Donate today to help transform the lives of homeless, hungry and hurting neighbors.


Peoria Mobile Food Pantry

In partnership with the Peoria Community Center, Phoenix Rescue Mission will provide residents in Peoria in the 85345 zip code, a mobile pantry offering supplemental emergency food assistance to those in need.

9am to 1pm

What will volunteers do?

-Sorting, Boxing and Bagging of Food

-Light Administrative Assistance (Intake)

-Clean up (Inside)

-Helping families carry food out to car.

-Help family pick through available food

To sign up, visit prm.volunteerhub.com and click on 'special events' under the drop-down menu.

Hope for Hunger Food Bank

Looking for a corporate or church group service project? Hope for Hunger Food Bank provides emergency food assistance to those in need and serves residents in Glendale, and some parts of Peoria and Phoenix. Flexible shifts available Monday-Friday for individuals or groups. Click HERE to sign up! To schedule your group please use the Contact Us Form or simply email or call us at volunteer@phoenixrescuemission.org or (602) 346-3363 for more information.

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Hope Totes Hygiene Kits

As part of the Hope Coach ministry, we provide Hope Totes in gallon-sized re-sealable bags. For instructions on making Hope Totes, click here.

Hygiene Kits  and Fill-A-Bag drops offs are accepted at our warehouse from 8am-4pm, Monday-Friday at 3440 W. Lewis Avenue in Phoenix.

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Fill-A-Bag, Feed-A-Family

How does it work? Your neighbors commit to giving a small amount of food every two months, which will provide a steady supply of non-expired, nutritious food to serve those in need. We are off to a running start in Phoenix, Tempe, Buckeye, Mesa, and Fountain Hills, where a percentage of bags collected will go directly to Christ-centered food pantries in the areas of participating fellowships in this metro-wide program.  We are hoping to stir the body of Christ in unity to display the love of Jesus to our city.  If you are interested in volunteering or getting more information about Fill-A-Bag, Feed-A-Family, click here to see the info page or for more information contact Oscar Barajas at 602-346-3383 or at chammann@phoenixrescuemission.org.

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Have questions? We hope our Volunteer FAQ's page will help provide information and clarification about volunteering with us!

Do any of these opportunities sound appealing? If so, we would love to talk with you! 

To volunteer with us, please fill out an application or contact Volunteer Services at (602) 346-3363 or volunteer@phoenixrescuemission.org.

Application

Volunteering at the Phoenix Rescue Mission is easy. All you need is the desire to serve . . . and to fill out a simple application.