We are looking for volunteers!

Please review our list below to see where you might be able to help. We need help in the following areas:

RIGHT NOW we are preparing for CHRISTMAS and our Community Christmas Meal! Here’s how YOU can help out:

  • We need food donations: ham, boxed stuffing, gravy mix, potatoes, butter, canned green beans, cream of mushroom soup, fried onions, rolls, pies and whipped cream. Please bring food donations to the shelter nearest you.
  • We will need volunteers to prepare food, serve food and clean up! Fill out a Volunteer Application (for individuals) or a Group Volunteer Application and email it directly to Sarah@crossroadsmission.com if you or your group would like to volunteer for a time slot on Christmas Day.
  • You could also bring JOY to our guests by providing a small gift for a guest this Christmas! Find out more about our Giving Trees here.
  • THANK YOU and May God bless you richly as you help us help others!

Thrift Store (weekdays 9-5)
Sorting donations and assisting with displaying items.

Volunteer Driver (various days & times)
Driving Crossroads vehicles to pick up donations, take guests to Dr. appointments, etc. Must have a valid driver’s license and be willing to do a background check.

Maintenance (weekdays 9-5)
Need help with painting, etc. Any maintenance experience would be great, but we are willing to train.

Kitchen Help (various days & times)
Assist in planning and preparing meals; serving guests.

Special Projects (throughout the year)
Call to inquire about what’s currently scheduled.

Fill out a Volunteer Application (for individuals) or a Group Volunteer Application and email it directly to Sarah@crossroadsmission.com!

“Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.”
– I John 3:18

Our volunteer Kelli says:
I’ve learned many people need someone to care. I learned many people have absolutely no support system, healthy friends or family to walk along side of them. I’ve learned to be the hands and feet of Jesus you get out of your comfort zone. I’ve learned homelessness does not discriminate.

Bringing glory to God through the helping of people