Volunteering with The City Mission - The City Mission of Cleveland, Ohio

Volunteering with The City Mission

Serve, Learn, & Grow with Us

Thursday, January 26 at 12pm, VIRTUAL

The first step in becoming a volunteer is attending a one hour training called Volunteering 101. Volunteering 101 is a fun, brief overview of The City Mission and the volunteer opportunities we have available. It’s a great chance for you to meet our staff face-to-face, learn about the volunteer experience that is the best fit for you, and see how your commitment can impact the lives of men, women and children in crisis. Please click on “Sign Up for Volunteering 101” to reserve your spot for one of the Volunteering 101 dates below.

*Groups do not need to attend Volunteering 101. Instead please complete the Service Project Request Form below.

Bridges Out of Poverty Training

Bridges Out of Poverty is a set of concepts that helps businesses, churches, schools, social service organizations and individuals address poverty in a comprehensive way. It provides ideas and concrete tools a community needs to reduce, alleviate and work with those in poverty.

Whether you’re already a volunteer at The City Mission, considering how to best serve, or simply interested in this topic, we invite you to sign up for one of our free training sessions. Click the button below for our 2022 dates

How Volunteers Made a Difference in 2021

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Volunteer in Place

Volunteer on your schedule – at the time and place that works for you! Atlanta Mission Volunteer in Place (VIP) Projects are designed for all schedules, individuals and groups, and can be completed anywhere. Lead a project in your community or utilize your skills and hobbies while making a difference.

What Does it Mean to Volunteer with Us?

Want to know more?

We want to make the process as easy as possible for you. Please fill out the form below and someone from our volunteer team will reach out to you.

Volunteer FAQs

For Group Service Projects, only the group leader needs to apply for the opportunity through our Service Project Request Form. For the best experience, it’s important to inquire 6-9 weeks before the intended date of service through our form. However, we will do our best to accommodate! Here are some examples of one-time service opportunities:

Note: You must be at least 18 years old or serve with an approved chaperone to participate in any of the positions listed above. Only the Adult Chaperone needs to complete a volunteer application process.

If you served recently and forgot to log-in at our volunteer computers, you can access your volunteer profile below by clicking here.

Sure! We want to give you the best picture of what it looks like to volunteer at the Mission before you commit. View the volunteer handbook here.

Have Further Questions about Volunteering?

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