SOUTH END SITE
BEDS FOR KIDS – Beds for Kids is a nonprofit furniture bank with a mission to provide beds and essential furniture to children and families in need. Every child should have a bed of their own and they strive to serve each family with dignity. Join Beds for Kids by volunteering with deliveries M-F. Come by yourself or bring your work team! Our most needed furniture items are kitchen tables and chairs, sofas, lamps, new pillows, and new twin sheet sets.
CONTACT: Rachel Groetheer | 919.624.1127 (text) email@example.com
YoungLives is a ministry serving teen moms & dads by introducing them to Jesus and helping them grow in their faith. Serve through childcare, mentoring, and providing meals for Club and Campaigners nights, which are hosted at Hope SE. One specific need we have for them is volunteers to help with the set up and break down of tables and chairs for Club each week. This is a great opportunity for friends, couples, community group members to serve our city alongside one another! Sign up for that here.
You can also SIGN UP HERE
to help serve with childcare at their meetings, or SIGN UP HERE
to help with meals at their meetings.
John Hardin Morris | 334.333.7635
Katie Morris | 704.706.5858
ROOF ABOVE – The Rise on Clanton (TROC, pronounced T-Rock), a new Roof Above facility and Charlotte’s first adaptive reuse housing solution located less than one mile away from Hope SE. TROC provides permanent supportive housing with 88 studio apartments for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. Participate in community dinners hosted to grow relationships with our neighbors, attend other future events, and partner in opportunities to serve the residents.
Ben Moody | 843.323.7730
Brad Daniel | 704.774.9243
MOMS MOVING FORWARD – Freedom Communities is focused on family- centered community transformation, including affordable housing, family stability and early education in West Charlotte. FC serves as the connective tissue, bringing together those who live, work and play along the Freedom Drive Corridor. Mom’s Moving Forward is designed to provide a network of support for single moms to share milestones, successes and challenges of being a mom and parent. Join us to serve meals, mentor and encourage moms, and upgrade their homes. We’re specifically looking for 3 volunteers to help serve dinner on Thursday, November 9th, or Thursday, December 14th. Both dates from 6-8pm.
CONTACT: Lauren Patterson | 704.574.1310 firstname.lastname@example.org
ASHLEY PARK – Ashley Park is a PreK-8 school in West Charlotte. We have the privilege of building relationships with their staff and student body as well as serving both on an individual and school-wide level. Participation in this work looks like lunches for teachers, repainting the halls, planting a garden, mentoring, organizing drives, tutoring, attending open houses, participating at career day, being a lunch buddy, or serving ice cream at celebratory events. We’d love for you to join us!
Jill Hudson | 704.451.2440
Danny Guelzow | 901.606.7574
Bryn Post | 803.447.0533
Hannah Krueger | 704.962.7861
Katie Calton | 843.3382307
Dalton Malaby | email@example.com
URBAN PROMISE – The heart of the Social Capital Collective is to build and foster greater social capital between our UrbanPromise Alumni and the broader community of professionals in Charlotte who are committed to helping our Fellows thrive in their budding careers. We’d love for you to join us by hosting Fellows at your workplace, advising them on a career path, or hiring a Fellow for an internship or full-time.
CONTACT: Matt Hultquist | 704.574.5659 firstname.lastname@example.org
SERVICE BANK – Share your unique giftings! We’d love to hear about the ways your heart gravitates towards meeting the needs of others in our church and across the city of Charlotte. Here are some past examples to spark ideas: cooking/ baking, yardwork, handyman, child care, hospitality, transportation, organizational skills, offering your professional network, or encouragement through notes and gifts.
Michael Baughman | 704.654.0343 email@example.com
Atlee Lenes | 843.670.9605
IAM 24/7 – IAM 24/7 has two partnership opportunities this fall for community groups or individuals looking to serve their neighbors. Interested parties can either provide meals for IAM 24/7’s middle and high school programs on Tuesday evenings or sign up to tutor elementary schoolers on Wednesday afternoons. Please email Sink Kimmel (704-582-1672) for more information.
The Cotswold Mercy team wants to hear from you! Do you enjoy baking, yard work, organizing, soccer, or building and repairing things? Do you have a pickup truck for use, a flexible work schedule, or get excited about hosting events? These are just a few examples – we are hoping to learn more about any and all skills within our community. Our hope is to then identify ways you can use these gifts to serve our city. Fill out this form to let us know more about ways we can use your gifts to help serve our city together.