May 2021 Outreach
SATURDAY, MAY 1
PROJECTS
CLEAR ALL
Alabaster

LEADER Gabby Dreher DESCRIPTION

We will be making encouraging placemats using cardstock paper, markers, crayons, paints, etc. then laminating them so that they can be properly sanitized and re-used for the residents of Ahava Healthcare.

Huntsville

LEADERS Joel Banyai, Charles Meyers, Joseph Pinson, Jamie Tash DESCRIPTION

We'll be doing inspections, diagnostics, minor repairs, cleaning and detailing cars at Village of Promise 8-noon, grabbing lunch together afterward. Bring basic tools, diagnostic tools, car wash supplies, floor jack & jack stands, and have fun wrenching and hanging out with friends!

Huntsville

LEADER Deniece Moody DESCRIPTION

Every Monday evening, more than 60+ people go to Northwoods to serve 1100+ meals, love people and build relationships. We have the opportunity to cover them with prayer as they walk through the neighborhood. I will send maps and information for you to pray at home. Join in the joy and miracles!

Grants Mill

LEADER Sarah Catherine Vaughan DESCRIPTION

We will be assembling bags for the moms at the Lovelady center! This will tale place in the HK room after huddle at 8. This is a family friendly serve project, so if your kids want to help please bring them!

Riverchase

LEADER Shannon T. Nash DESCRIPTION

Tear down a rotten railroad tie retaining wall and rebuild for elderly couple in McCalla.

Auburn

LEADERS Janet Claybrook, Connie Wheatley DESCRIPTION

Our school has the opportunity to provide approximately 200 families with a weekly food box. We need volunteers to help distribute the boxes! This will take place on Mondays from 9:00-10:00 in a drive by pick up behind the school. A mask is required to be present on the DES campus. Check in at 8:50. The serve starts at 9:00. Please meet at the lunchroom loading dock. Park in visitor parking in front of the Elementary School and walk to the lunchroom. If you are looking at the front of the school, follow Kids Court to the right all the way to the end.

Auburn

LEADERS Janet Claybrook, Connie Wheatley DESCRIPTION

Our school has the opportunity to provide approximately 200 families with a weekly food box. We need volunteers to help distribute the boxes! This will take place on Mondays from 9:00-10:00 in a drive by pick up behind the school. A mask is required to be present on the DES campus. Check in at 8:50. The serve starts at 9:00. Please meet at the lunchroom loading dock. Park in visitor parking in front of the Elementary School and walk to the lunchroom. If you are looking at the front of the school, follow Kids Court to the right all the way to the end.

Auburn

LEADERS Janet Claybrook, Connie Wheatley DESCRIPTION

Our school has the opportunity to provide approximately 200 families with a weekly food box. We need volunteers to help distribute the boxes! This will take place on Mondays from 9:00-10:00 in a drive by pick up behind the school. A mask is required to be present on the DES campus. Check in at 8:50. The serve starts at 9:00. Please meet at the lunchroom loading dock. Park in visitor parking in front of the Elementary School and walk to the lunchroom. If you are looking at the front of the school, follow Kids Court to the right all the way to the end.

Columbus

LEADER Paige Wetzel DESCRIPTION

House of Heroes is an organization dedicated to the upkeep of homes to veterans and their families. This project will serve the widow of a deceased Vietnam veteran in Phenix City. Interior needs are: caulking a countertop and installing grab bars in shower Exterior needs are: remove, replace, and paint old siding, fascia, and soffit. Repairing the crawl space access door. Once project is complete, House of Heroes will honor the veteran’s family with a flag presentation.

Auburn

LEADER Dorothy “D.D.” Smith DESCRIPTION

Contact leader on ways to help with the baby shower, set up, food, gifts, take down, or attending!

Huntsville

LEADERS Carla Zema, Holly Keel DESCRIPTION

The Give It Back Track 5k was started by Huntsville Inner City Learning Center founder, Art Leslie, to teach the students the importance of giving back to the community. Students train all year to run in the race and also choose a community charity to donate race proceeds. We need lots of volunteers to make this day a success. Race begins at 8am. -race set up 6-8:30am -registration table 7-8:30am -volunteer support 7-8:30 -water station 7:30-10am -race monitors 7:30-10am -first aid station 7:00-10am -student running buddy 7:30-10 -awards ceremony 9:30-10:30 -finish line helper 8-10 -race clean up 9:30-11 Race starts and ends at Huntsville Jr High School. Join us after the race for fellowship and celebration with the HICLC families.