Volunteer/Serve - Mission Partners

Family Promise

Family Promise week is back! - Dec 9th - Dec 16th! The success of Family Promise - North Fulton/Dekalb depends on the efforts and enthusiasm of hundreds of volunteers. Without volunteers, there would be no Family Promise ministry!

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Food Pantry Needs of NFCC

North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) is the primary human services agency for residents in North Fulton County. NFCC has a client choice panty; their clients go to the computers in their lobby and choose the food their family needs so this is a list of the current NFCC needs. 

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These items are needed most:
canned tuna chicken and meat, cereal and oatmeal, dried beans 1 lb bag, all types of pasta, pasta sauce, tomato sauce, tomato paste, meals in can, jelly/peanut butter, mac n cheese, flavored rice/pasta, ramen noodle packs, canned beans, black beans, refried beans, garbanzo. All toiletries; toothpaste, shampoo, soap, etc. families can not use food stamps for these so the need is high. 

Not needed: Green beans, corn, peas, soups, pumpkin, gravy, white beans and kidney beans

Please place these items in the bins outside the church office or you may drop them directly at NFCC at 11270 Elkins Road, Roswell


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The Drake House After School Program is in need of Volunteers
The Drake House after school program is in need of male tutors, from 2:30-4:30 or 4:30-6:30 Monday-Friday.

If you are interested fill out the volunteer application
or contact Nooshin Nadle


Habitat for Humanity Ecumenical Build: Cerkini Family.

Upcoming RPC workdays include:
Dec 1st - First Nail - it's full with 7 volunteers
Dec 8nd - 2nd Floor System
Dec 15 - 2nd Floor Walls
Jan 5 - Siding
Jan 12 - Siding
Jan 19 - Drywall, siding
Jan 26 - Drywall/Siding
Feb 9 - Paint
Feb 16 - Paint
Feb 23 - Pre-Landscape
March 2 - Landscape
March 16 - Dedication

Sign-up to volunteer

For more information contact Jim Owen at 678-643-6274


HomeStretch Volunteer Opportunities

HomeStretch guides homeless families toward permanent housing and lasting stability. We help families achieve: Stable Finances, Stable Employment, Stable Families, Stable Housing.

To volunteer for one of the opportunities listed below contact: Susan Busch, Carol Swan, or Donna Brodsky

1. Program Material Preparation
Spend some time in the HomeStretch office assisting the Program Director by updating and assembling New Family Welcome Books and Mentor Training Manuals. Schedule is flexible. 

2. Office Assistance
Volunteers are needed to staff the reception area, organize supplies and archive files. This is generally an on-going commitment a few hours each week but one-time help is also needed. 

3. Data Entry Assistance
Help the HomeStretch staff enter data into their internal systems. Training provided and the work is simple for anyone comfortable using a computer. Schedule is flexible.

3. Event Committee Member
Join the group of staff and volunteers who plan the Peachtree Tea held in Feb or the Road Race held in March. Many roles are available to suit any time and talent you have. Especially in search of a Chairperson for the Peachtree Tea; training provided. 


For more information, contact:

Rev. Mary Cox,
Associate Pastor - Mission Outreach
770-649-4506

Dr. Clara Herrera,
Director of Neighborhood Action
770-649-4535

Donna Brodsky,
Ministry Assistant for Mission Outreach
770-649-4524