Opportunities to serve in Tucson
Randy Reynolds, Executive Director of Community Renewal, is looking for people to come alongside others in need of microloans. Microloans are designed to help those in poverty pay off loans with extreme interest rates. Microloans are then paid back without interest charged. If you would like to be a part of changing the life of someone in poverty, please contact Catherine at email@example.com.
Habitat for Humanity
Join the team of St. Andrew's volunteers working on a Habitat House each Tuesday morning. Contact Fred Barney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Andrew’s currently partners with Haven Totes to provide five different schools with weekend food for children in need. Volunteers are needed to deliver food bags to schools on Wednesdays or Thursdays during the school year. Occasional packing times are also needed. If you would like to help, please contact RuthAnn Smithrud at email@example.com.
Interfaith Community Services
ICS accepts non-perishable food for food boxes. Please put donated food in the grocery cart outside of the Chapel and Sanctuary. ICS also has a need for gently used books for their children’s area. They also need volunteers to drive recipients to various appointments around town as well as to deliver Mobile Meals. Please visit www.icstucson.org for more information.
Coffee is available for purchase which helps farmers in Mexico earn a living wage. Contact Sandy Kreamer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once a month, volunteers prepare a meal here at St. Andrew’s for those in need at the Primavera Foundation. The meal is then delivered and served. This ministry is looking for new volunteers to come alongside Anita Degnan who has long served in this ministry. For more information, please contact Anita at email@example.com.
The Sandwich Squad groups collect or assemble lunches once every eight weeks. Each family is responsible for 10 lunches. Church members and non-members have formed new groups and made new friends. If you are not in a group and would like to participate, contact Craig Littlefield at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Serving Meals at First Church of God (partner church)
St. Andrew’s volunteers come alongside First Church of God volunteers to help serve meals to low income families, teens, and those who are currently homeless. Meals are provided by La Caridad and are delivered on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Volunteer times are from 3:30–6:00 pm. One can volunteer once a month or more frequently! For more information, please contact Craig Littlefield at email@example.com.
Tucson Refugee Ministry
Be a part of a group preparing for, welcoming, and coming alongside a refugee family coming to Tucson. For more information, please visit www.tucsonrefugeeministry.com.
Visiting Neighbors around Good News Community Church (partner church)
Each Saturday, Pastor Jeff Markland of Good News Community Church and other volunteers join together to visit the surrounding church neighborhood to offer prayer and check for needs. Sometimes they do yard work for a neighbor as well. St. Andrew’s volunteers are welcome to join! If you are interested, contact Pastor Jeff Markland at firstname.lastname@example.org.