Ongoing Service Opportunities
Through our relationships with these nonprofit organizations, we hope to be able to join in the great work they are already doing in our communities throughout the year. There are several ongoing opportunities to serve alongside them and we would love for you to join in!
The vision of Summit is being lived out at the campus inside the 33rd Street Jail. Volunteer teams go into the jail weekly to lead worship services as well as our recovery ministry, reGROUP. The 33rd Street Campus Pen Pal Program is a wonderful way for inmates to stay connected to the church community and encourages them to be a positive influence of change in the lives of those around them. There are ongoing opportunities for volunteers to encourage and point men and women to Christ through correspondence.
We are a faith-based, non-profit organization located in the Orlando area. We are passionate about helping people find work and keep it. For 25 years we have provided free resources to the unemployed and underemployed in Central Florida. We connect job seekers with the tools they need, from resume assistance to interview preparation to job leads and more. All the while, providing food for their family, encouragement and prayer.
The Christian Service Center seeks to prevent homelessness, combat poverty, cultivate self-sufficiency, restore hope and glorify God through the faithful provision of services that directly address physical, emotional and spiritual needs for families and individuals who are struggling in Central Florida.
Christian Service Center
Easterseals provides opportunities for people of all ages with a range of disabilities to achieve their full potential. Together, we’re changing the way the world defines and views disability.
With a network nationwide, we’re proud to serve approximately 1.5 million people with disabilities and their families. From therapy and early intervention services, to camps and employment placement, we help children and adults with disabilities, caregivers, veterans and seniors be at their best as they live, learn, work and play.
The Florida United Methodist Children's Home was established in 1908 to provide a home for orphans and other children that had nowhere else to live. Today it serves as a diverse ministry with two campuses that include residential, therapeutic group, foster and emergency shelter care. The Home also provides independent living assistance and a community child care center.
As we read daily of the growing healthcare crisis, Grace Medical Home wants to close the gap between those who enjoy quality medical care and those who do not. The visionary leaders of Grace Medical Home sought to fill a void in our local healthcare system and developed a solution to remove the burden from the current healthcare community, including hospitals, ER’s and urgent clinics.
GreenUp Orlando encourages citizens and groups to plant trees and shrubs, beautify their neighborhoods, raise public awareness and pride in Orlando, “The City Beautiful,” and promote the benefits of volunteer efforts in partnership with the City.
HOPE's mission is to prevent and reduce homelessness in Central Florida by equipping individuals and families to become self-sufficient through Housing, Outreach, Prevention and Education
The mission of Hubbard House is safety, empowerment, and social change for victims of domestic violence and their families. Our vision is Every Relationship Violence-Free. Every woman, man, and child who comes to Hubbard House finds support, counseling, and education as they begin the difficult and dangerous transition to safety and peace.
The Jobs Partnership of Florida (JP) was formed to address the issue of poverty through strategic and collaborative employment initiatives. An outgrowth of the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Workforce 2020 project, JP is based on a successful model of collaboration between churches, businesses and community organizations.
New Hope for Kids mission is to support children and families grieving the death of a loved one and to grant wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses in Central Florida.
New Hope achieves its mission through two programs – The Center for Grieving Children and Wish for Kids – which provide assistance to children and their families during some of life’s most difficult challenges. New Hope for Kids also provides support services such as family events, resource information, and referral to other agencies for assistance when necessary.
New Hope for Kids
Orlando Children’s Church intentionally invests in networking with local churches, providing students with venues to mature beyond their Saturday morning experience. As OCC participants move toward adulthood, our hope is that they will forge strong Christ-centered relationships within biblically functioning communities.
The Orlando Union Rescue Mission is one of Central Florida's oldest and largest homeless service providers. The Mission provides for immediate physical needs -- including food, clothing and shelter -- however, our programs are designed to lead the homeless to permanent independence built upon a personal relationship with Christ.
Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando was founded in 1937 as the Orlando Humane Society and as such is one of the state’s oldest and largest animal welfare agencies. Today the Pet Alliance has a dedicated focus on the welfare and wellbeing of animals in Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties in Central Florida. As the “go to” experts in Greater Orlando, we do good things for dogs and cats and the people who love them. Our goal is to provide compassionate and knowledgeable services for pets and to be leaders in innovative animal care and veterinary medicine.
The Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home for families with children receiving treatment at hospitals and medical facilities in Orlando.
Samaritan Village provides a Christ-centered program for women transitioning from sexual exploitation to healing, wholeness and productivity. They aim to create communities where women live free from sexual exploitation, finding restoration and wholeness in Jesus Christ.
Since 1986, The Christian Sharing Center has been focused on preventing hunger and homelessness for families and individuals in crisis. We offer a hand-up to the working-poor in Seminole County and those who are struggling to move out of homelessness. Services are provided without discrimination.
ECO-Action exists to protect and preserve the natural environment by encouraging, creating, and supporting ecological education, responsible consumption, development of alternative energy sources, and public participation in addressing environmental issues.
To serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and placement, personal empowerment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers.
Young Life aims to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith. It starts with adults who are concerned enough about kids to go to them, on their turf and in their culture, building bridges of authentic friendship.