Some outreach work is best suited for individuals.

It might be that your schedule doesn’t allow you to participate in group work – or it might be that some outreach opportunities necessitate one-on-one help.

Volunteering at a Hospice

Hospice is a program of care for individuals suffering from a terminal illness, helping them remain comfortable during their final days. It takes a certain disposition to help those on the edge of life – but the rewards are great. Specialized training is typically required.

Losing Your Life for Jesus’ Sake

Losing your life – what you want – for Jesus can come powerfully when we surrender our convenience and preferences to help out others. There are organizations available online to help each of us to see a multitude of ways we can help, ways that use our gifts and availability best. These sites post volunteer opportunities for local charities.

Responding to a Crisis

As people of compassion, our hearts go out to all those impacted by disasters. Whatever the disaster – hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, tornadoes, floods, etc. – there are countless ways to express kindness and love through concrete actions.

Supporting Hospital Patients

Volunteering at your local hospital is an excellent way to show the Lord’s love – and yours – to those who are ill and incapacitated, along with their families. There are many opportunities to provide hands-on support and offer confidence, stability and friendship.

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In the United States and Canada,

40,000,000* people,
including 12,000,000 children

Live in a food-insecure household

Your family can help.

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* Coleman-Jensen, Alisha, Matthew P. Rabbitt, Christian A. Gregory, and Anita Singh. 2020. Household Food Security in the United States in 2019, ERR-275, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.