Volunteers make our shelter

Volunteers from local organizations help us do everything from moving furniture to landscaping to serving our residents.

For more information on how to help us out, visit our volunteer page.

Below are upcoming events at the shelter:

December 2018

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1
  • Open Door Ministries - Breakfast
  • Oak Grove MB - Dinner
2
  • Kiononia - Dinner
  • Two Way Church of Jesus Christ - To Minister to the Homeless
3
  • Storytime
  • Staff Meeting 9am
  • Literacy Volunteers
  • Fatherhood Class 7pm
  • Breakfast - Rachel, Zane & Danielle
  • Memorial Baptist - Dinner
4
  • Evening Bible Study - Women
  • Greenville Church of God - Dinner
5
  • Housing Meeting 1pm
  • Evening Bible Study - Men
  • Ms. Single/Dee Howard - Dinner
6
  • Hardship 9am
  • Ignite Youth Group
  • St. Timothy's Episcopal- Dinner
7
  • House of Penocostal Ministries 7pm
  • Holly Hill FWB- Dinner
8
  • Trinity FWB - Breakfast
  • Ebenezer 7th Day Adventist - Dinner
9
  • Christ Presbyterian/ Bayt Shalom - Dinner
  • Two Way Church of Jesus Christ - To Minister to the Homeless
10
  • Storytime
  • Staff Meeting 9am
  • Literacy Volunteers
  • Fatherhood Class 7pm
  • Breakfast - Rachel, Zane & Danielle
  • Trombone Choir from DH Conley HS to play Christmas Music
  • First Christian Church DOC - Dinner
11
  • Evening Bible Study - Women
  • Operations Meeting
  • St. Paul's Episcopal - Dinner
12
  • Housing Meeting 1pm
  • Social Media Meeting 1pm
  • Evening Bible Study - Men
  • Greene County Health Dept.
  • Mary Pippens - Dinner
13
  • Hardship 9am
  • Ignite Youth Group
  • Faith Assembly of God - Dinner
14
  • House of Penocostal Ministries 7pm
  • Exec Meeting
  • Faith Temple - Dinner
15
  • Emmanuel Baptist - Breakfast
  • First FWB - Dinner
16
  • St. James UMC - Breakfast
  • Sycamore Hill MB - Dinner
  • Two Way Church of Jesus Christ - To Minister to the Homeless
17
  • Storytime
  • Staff Meeting 9am
  • Literacy Volunteers
  • Fatherhood Class 7pm
  • Breakfast - Rachel, Zane & Danielle
  • St. James UMC - Dinner
18
  • Evening Bible Study - Women
  • Dee Howard/ Christ Presbyterian - Dinner
19
  • Housing Meeting 1pm
  • Evening Bible Study - Men
  • Living Waters Ministry - Dinner
20
  • Hardship 9am
  • Ignite Youth Group
  • Board Meeting
  • St. Timothy's Episcopal - Dinner
21
  • House of Penocostal Ministries 7pm
  • Peace Presbyterian - Dinner
22
  • Paradise Christian Center - Breakfast
  • First Presbyterian - Dinner
23
  • St. James UMC - Breakfast
  • Philippi Church of Christ - Dinner
  • Two Way Church of Jesus Christ - To Minister to the Homeless
24
  • Storytime
  • Staff Meeting 9am
  • Literacy Volunteers
  • Fatherhood Class 7pm
  • Breakfast - Rachel, Zane & Danielle
  • Oakmont Baptist/ Tammy Mozingo - Dinner
25
  • Evening Bible Study - Women
  • Shiv Ajmera - Dinner
26
  • Housing Meeting 1pm
  • Social Media Meeting 1pm
  • Evening Bible Study - Men
  • Red Oak Christ/ Straightway Church - Dinner
27
  • Hardship 9am
  • Ignite Youth Group
  • St. Timothy's Episcopal - Dinner
  • Salem UMC - Dinner
28
  • House of Penocostal Ministries 7pm
  • Antioch Church Ministries - Dinner
  • Jarvis Memorial UMC Youth - Dinner
29
30
  • Two Way Church of Jesus Christ - To Minister to the Homeless
31
  • Storytime
  • Staff Meeting 9am
  • Literacy Volunteers
  • Fatherhood Class 7pm
  • Breakfast - Rachel, Zane & Danielle

Our biggest need at this time is for help with our breakfast program. We are looking for individuals who can help cook breakfast and can supervise several residents during the cleanup process. We are also looking for individuals that can help with the purchase of the food items and organize a nutritious regular weekly menu schedule.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact us, stop by our office at 207 Manhattan Avenue, or download a volunteer application and send it to: vc@greenvillecommunityshelter.org.

Volunteering doesn’t just help us, it helps you, too. Whether you are seeking work experience, or just the satisfaction of helping another human being, volunteering can fill a place in your heart that other activities don’t. According to the Corporation for National and Community Service, volunteering can benefit volunteers in the following ways:

  • Health benefits
  • A sense of belonging to a community
  • Meeting new people
  • Developing new social connections
  • Feeling a sense of purpose

Without our volunteers, our shelter would quite simply cease to function. We depend on the generosity and compassion of ordinary people just like you.