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There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.
John 15:13 NLT
2022 Calendar of Outreach Volunteer opportunities and Events
Volunteers be prepared to follow the following covid-19 guidelines:
If you feel sick or have recently had a fever, please do not attend the event
Check-in with the team lead once you arrive on the day you choose to volunteer
During throughout the day please observe 6ft social distancing and wear a face covering
Use hand sanitizer throughout the day when not wearing gloves
FAQ & Volunteer Safety
We follow all CDC Covid-19 guidelines. If you have signed up to volunteer but have had symptoms including a fever, cough, or cold like symptoms we encourage you to stay home. If you have been exposed to someone with Covid-19 in the past few days, we encourage that you follow CDC protocol for self-quarantine. CDC guidelines can be found at cdc.gov
Yes! We have broken down the possible serving times to the following shifts. Preparation shift from 10:00 – 12:15pm, Serving Shift from 12:30 – 2:00 pm and clean up shift from 2:30 – 3:15.
Yes! We encourage families to come together and experience Gods Kingdom at work. All the while knowing that this is street ministry and children will be exposed to certain things they are not normally accustomed to seeing or hearing.
We encourage children to serve with us and have had many come out as young as 5 years old. We service a lot of children and we think it’s a good thing to have kids serving other kids soup and something to drink as they come through the line. This fosters and encourages our children to acts of service later on in life.
We are all busy people and know that schedules do change. All we ask is that you inform us as soon as you can so we can make appropriate arrangements for coverage based on how many other volunteers we might have.
Absolutely! We encourage you to bring someone that may be interested. Just know that depending on the total number of volunteers that are signed up, there may be periods of down time. They will be short periods though as there is always something to do at CCR!
Good question! You can sign your name up and state that you will bringing a group and simply let us know how many will be in your group. This is important as we might need to cut off volunteer sign up after a certain number is reached.
Our biggest needs are financial donations in order to meet the need of connecting our friends to resources that will help in their immediate situations. Our second need is to be able to take care of expenses we have in order to operate from week to week, i.e. kitchen supplies (cups, spoons, napkins). The third need during the winter are scarves, hats, coats and blankets. Other needs include hygiene kits with toothpaste, deodorant, soap, shampoo, and toothbrushes.
Unfortunately we no longer have a drop off bin but we do love to receive clothing, books and lightly used toy donations throughout the year. If you have any items that you would like to donate please contact us at email@example.com and we will coordinate an exchange. Thank you so much for thinking of our friends at Circle City Relief in this way.
We most certainly do! We have high school Junior and Seniors that need service hours to graduate. We currently have students form Brebieuf H.S., Carmel H.S. and Noblesville
We do not handle bike donations. All bike stuff goes through Conquest Cycling. Bike donation can be coordinated through Dave Alves. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.