Help to complete different projects around Building Hope that are scheduled as needed.
The third Saturday of the month
This is an opportunity to help out in the community.
Tutor and Team Building Activities
The after school tutoring program serves 120 students in the 1st-12th grade levels in three different locations. They focus on academic remediation, character development, and active engagement.
Men of Standard & Women of Worth
Preparing and serving dinner, lead fun activities
Men of Standard serves middle and high school young men by teaching them that a “real man” rejects passivity, leads courageously, accepts responsibility, and finishes the course. Women of Worth is a character-forming program for middle and high school girls. The goal is to teach young ladies that they have an intrinsic, God-given worth.
700 Albemarle Ave., Greenville, NC 27834
The meal is served between 10:30-11:45 am*
JOY Soup Kitchen is the only place in Greenville that prepares and serves a free, midday meal to address food insecurity. For some people, this is their only meal of the day. The Kitchen is focused on dealing with food insecurity among the poor and homeless in the Greenville community.
207 Manhattan Ave, Greenville, NC 27834
Prepare and serve breakfast
Come prepare and serve breakfast for individuals and families in the shelter. You can supervise several residents during the cleanup process. You can also help purchase food items and organize a nutritious regular weekly menu schedule.
Third Saturday of the month
8:30 am-12:30 pm
Third Saturday of Service is about community. You will serve, volunteer, and love others. At Third Saturday of Service, you will find an environment that fosters long-lasting, loving relationships in the context of service. Come be a part of transforming generations through Third Saturday of Service.
9 am-12:30 pm VBS Time; 12:30-5pm Educational Time
Help run VBS
Every summer, Third Street provides a vibrant, safe, and meaningful programming to engage the youth of the neighborhood. Come and serve at various types of camps: robotics, violin, cooking, or 4-H. The volunteer training meetings are held during June 10-14.
1 hour per month with a family for one year
Set goals and keep people accountable
Many families and individuals need guidance when it comes to managing their finances. When you become a mentor for a family at Hope of Glory, you mentor them with biblical principles for saving, stewardship, and giving. This is a chance to invest your time into another family so that they can be self-sustaining and wise in their use of finances.
Tuesday and Thursday mornings
Beginning at 8 am
Pick up, sort, and deliver donations
God’s Love meets the needs of low income families by delivering furniture, household goods, clothing, and other items as needed to their homes and praying for them. Opportunities for people or groups include: office assistance, collecting and sorting donations, making deliveries, and meeting with families.