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Crisis Ministries

Volunteers are vital to the work and mission of the Crisis Ministry and are instrumental to creating an efficient and compassionate atmosphere for the people who come to us in need of healthful food, housing stability, and training for employment readiness. In a given week, up to 50 highly trained individuals are on site to work one-on-onewith clients through our hunger prevention and homelessness prevention programs and to assist our administrative staff. Throughout the year, hundreds of people of all ages engage in group projects such as food drives or personal care product drives, inventory sorting, community advocacy, fundraising events, or facilities clean-up work. Groups come to us through congregations, schools, colleges, businesses, our client population, and civic and service organizations. Volunteer groups from all over the greater Mercer area represent:

  • Dozens of congregations
  • Public elementary, middle, and high schools
  • Parochial and independent schools
  • Colleges and universities
  • Small businesses
  • Large corporations
  • Civic groups like Yes We CAN! Food Drives, Rotary, Kiwanis, Key Clubs, and Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts
  • Arts organizations
  • Neighborhood associations
  • Travel, rec, and school sports teams




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