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We talk a lot about serving Colorado Springs and have been sharing stories of how we’ve been the heart and hands of Christ to our city. We’re creating relationships with some great ministries throughout our city!

 

If you’d like to get involved, here is a list of ways to serve.

Springs Rescue Mission

http://www.springsrescuemission.org/

A charity running a wide range of programs intended to serve the 27,000 households living below the poverty line in the Pikes Peak region.

More than 2 dozen ways to get involved including ongoing mentoring and sponsorship.

Contact: Stu Davis


Salvation Army

http://bit.ly/1ReQnr1

The Salvation Army aims to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Lots of ongoing opportunities to get involved and serve. You can also join a Pulpit Rock team that serves regularly at the RJ Montgomery Shelter.

Contact: Becky Tillman


Life Network

http://www.elifenetwork.com/

Life Network is a sanctity of human life ministry that impacts and transforms people with the love of Christ.

Lots of ongoing and one-time opportunities to serve.

Contact: volunteer opportunities


Mercy’s Gate

http://www.mercysgatecs.org/

Our mission is to join together to love our neighbors in Colorado Springs by helping with their physical, financial, emotional, and spiritual needs.

Weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly volunteer opportunities.

Contact: Jenny Kay 


The Joel Home

http://joel-home.hopechest.org

The Joel Home is a residential transitional living environment for young adults ages 18-23 that are aging out of the Colorado Springs Foster Care system, or youth simply finding themselves with no support.

Looking for mentors for young men and women who have aged out of the foster care system.

Contact: Gail Wahl


Fostering Hope

http://www.fosteringhopefoundation.org/

Fostering Hope exists to affirm and support foster parents in their task of caring for neglected and abused children.

Looking for a small group to adopt and support a foster family from Pulpit Rock.

Contact: Laura Moody


Casa of the Pikes Peak Region

http://www.casappr.org/

CASA trains and supervises volunteers to represent the best interests of victims of child abuse, neglect, and severe domestic conflict.

Looking for people who have a heart for foster teens and could teach a particular life skill to them.

Contact: Laura Speer


Family Life Services

http://flscs.org/

A residential community offering a new start to single-parent families facing overwhelming challenges through a two year program that allows families to start over and stay together in a stable, encouraging environment.

A wide variety of volunteer opportunities for both individuals and groups.

Contact: Sues Hess

 

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