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With busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, the benefits of volunteering can be enormous. Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for you, the volunteer. The right match can help you to find friends, connect with the community, learn new skills, and even advance your career.

Why do we do Kids Klothes Line?

Caring for the physical needs of those in our community will lay the foundation to address their spiritual and emotional needs.

How should Kids Klothes Line be done?

  • Empowering: Parents can choose how to care for their children.
  • Equipping: Offer resources for parents to provide for their children.
  • Encouraging: Addressing this need shows families we see them and value them.

What should be done at Kids Klothes Line?

  • We provide quality clothing and other supplies for families to care for their children.

Volunteer Roles

  • Set Up Team: Moves clothes to distribution room and/or folds and sorts clothes.
  • Distribution Hosts: Helps guests get check in and shop for clothes.
  • Clean Up Team: Puts away clothes and supplies after event.

Without a dedicated network of volunteers, we could not accomplish this mission. Clearly identifying weekly volunteer roles will invite the community to join our vision for the Keystone Mission.

Volunteer Roles

  • Donation Sorting Team: Volunteers to process donations. 
  • Building Team: Volunteers to help maintain the buildings and property.
  • Special Projects: Volunteers to assist the Mission with a variety of special projects.

Food Distribution

Why do we do food distributions?

Caring for the physical needs of those in our community will lay the foundation to address their spiritual and emotional needs.

How should food distributions be done?

  • Empowering: People are provided with food in a respectful way.
  • Equipping: Offer food to care for themselves and their families.
  • Encouraging: Addressing this need shows people we see them and value them.

What should be done at food distributions?

  • We provide good food for families and individuals in need.

Volunteer Roles

  • Set Up Team: Moves food and supplies to distribution room.
  • Distribution Hosts: Helps guests get check in and hands out food.
  • Clean Up Team: Puts away food and supplies after event.

Why do we do Adult clothing distributions?

Caring for the physical needs of those in our community will lay the foundation to address their spiritual and emotional needs.

How should Adult clothing distributions be done?

  • Empowering: Parents can choose how to care for their children.
  • Equipping: Offer resources for parents to provide for their children.
  • Encouraging: Addressing this need shows families we see them and value them.

What should be done at Adult clothing distributions?

  • We provide quality clothing for families and individuals in need.

Volunteer Roles

  • Set Up Team: Moves clothes to distribution room and/or folds and sorts clothes.
  • Distribution Hosts: Helps guests get check in and shop for clothes.
  • Clean Up Team: Puts away clothes and supplies after event.

Why do we do the Lot Sale?

Caring for the physical needs of those in our community will lay the foundation to address their spiritual and emotional needs.

How should the Lot Sale be done?

  • Empowering: People are provided with clothing and household items in a respectful way.
  • Equipping: Offer clothing and household items to care for themselves and their families.
  • Encouraging: Addressing this need shows people we see them and value them.

What should be done at the Lot Sale?

  • We provide good food for families and individuals in need.

Volunteer Roles

  • Set Up Team: Moves supplies to Lot Sale area.
  • Cashier Team: Rings up guests purchases.
  • Clean Up Team: Puts away food and supplies after event.

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Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.

Peter 4:10

Volunteer Spotlight

Meet Ted Hnatko….Teddy has been coming to Keystone Mission in Scranton for just about 3 years.  He start coming in to get food for another agency he was trying to help.  Sometimes he walks to the mission which is miles from his home just to serve.  He helps at clothing and food distributions. His great gift of organization helps with all of our incoming donations.   He brings his smile where ever he goes.

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As long as poverty, injustice & inequality persist, none of us can truly rest. It doesn’t take much to change a life, Get in touch today and start making the difference.

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