Christian Help supports Neighbors Helping Neighbors.

No matter your experience or ability, we have a place for you. Our volunteers come from all walks of life with a shared desire to provide hope for our community.

You can get involved and help your area neighbors in many ways. Christian Help will work with your interests and your schedule to find the best fit to partner with us.  Please consider some of the options below.

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In The Community

Christian Help relies on the generosity of our volunteers to act, connect and collaborate in service to our community. Personal callings to service are always welcomed.

Another great way to get involved is to serve with friends from work, school or clubs. Examples of service include:

  • Making blessing bags with your church, friends, service or social organization
  • Serve as a community partner for a life skills class student
  • Help area students during our Healthcare or Prom Pop-Up Shops
  • Assist with our quarterly newsletter mailings
  • Sponsor or donate products for a core program or event
  • Host a food or clothing drive

At Events

Christian Help hosts a variety of community events each year and we encourage you to get involved in planning or executing these great programs. 

Annual countywide activities include the Children’s Consignment Sale, Back-to-School Shopping, Healthcare Clothing Fair, Prom Pop-up Shops and the Holiday Gift Giveaway. We also host an annual FUNdraiser to thank our donors, volunteers, and community-at-large.

We welcome individuals or large groups. If you’d like to know more about how you can help with our next event, please reach out.

Life Skills Courses

Christian Help offers free life skill courses throughout the year. These classes include Jobs for Life, a job training and readiness program, a one-day Personal Finance seminar, four-week Nutrition classes and a new addition to our portfolio, a one-day Insurance Class. These programs are available to everyone in our community regardless of age, gender, status, etc.

If you are interested in volunteering for the current life skill courses, below are some of the ways you can help.

  • Become a student’s community partner
  • Cook or provide a meal for a class
  • Conduct mock interviews
  • Assist with resume or budget reviews
  • Help teach a class
  • Facilitate a program in a new subject area
  • Be a local employment partner for class participant