This is a love mission. Every day on the news we see people are hurting. In our own community there are daily opportunities to share hope and help with those in need. Whether it’s doing yard work for a single mom down the street, bringing food to a struggling family or bringing a foster child into a home, we want our neighbors to know we’re here for them.
There are many ways you can serve throughout the Twin Cities!
Boot and Coat Drive
November 13-December 4
#WeAreFor helping our neighbors through donating boots and coats for those who are experiencing homelessness in the Twin Cities.
Donate adult Kamik or Sorel-style boots men’s sizes 9-13 and women’s sizes 6-10.
Donate new and gently used adult winter coats.
Bring items to any Wooddale campus. They will be distributed through InvolveMN.
Create your own #WeAreFor moment:
Check out these local serving opportunities!
Fostering hope in God in the inner city through remarkable, Christ-centered K-12 education.
Welcoming, serving and walking alongside refugees and immigrants in Minnesota.
Fighting child hunger through school and community partnerships, using weekend and other food gap programs.
On the frontlines in Minneapolis providing food, hope and compassion to our multi-generational, multi-cultural, low-income clientele.
Serve seniors and those with disabilities across the Twin Cities metropolitan area through door-to-door grocery delivery, handyman services, transportation and assistance with in-home tasks.
Helping men, women and teens gain freedom from chemical addictions and other life-controlling problems.
Serving the unsheltered and vulnerable with needed resources and connections.
Providing hope to the at-risk and unreached through urban outreach and anti-trafficking efforts.
Be a catalyst for using equitable housing as a platform to build community.
Building relationships through Minneapolis Young Life. Meet kids on their turf to build bridges of authentic friendship through patience, trust and consistency.
Supporting ministry and humanitarian aid to Bulgaria and Eastern Europe by collecting and selling gently-used household and personal items at the thrift store. Volunteers are needed to help arrange, price and sell collected goods.
Compassionately provide food and support to neighbors in need in Eden Prairie and Chanhassen, and help create a path toward self-sufficiency.
Creating Christian leadership within the urban setting through job training, family revitalization and tutoring.
Meeting the immediate challenges of low-income people to support long-term stability in Edina, Richfield and Bloomington.
Provide life-affirming services through pregnancy centers, licensed adoption services and post-abortion recovery.