May 2021 Outreach
SATURDAY, MAY 1
PROJECTS
CLEAR ALL
McCalla

LEADER Joyce Spence DESCRIPTION

A random act of kindness is to put Gatorade/ Water and prepackaged snacks on your porch in a cooler, to unexpectedly delight your delivery driver. YOUR UPS, FEDEX, DASH, UBER EATS, SHIPT or INSTACART driver will smile and feel appreciated. Or if you prefer a more personal approach, you can place the beverage and snack in a freezer baggie and hand it to them, when they ring doorbell.

Fultondale

LEADER Callie Wood DESCRIPTION

We will be providing breakfast for the teachers.

Grants Mill

LEADER Nate Todd DESCRIPTION

Work with Priority Veteran to help Veterans with resources as they are in transitional housing. Priority Veteran provides veterans with intensive one-on-one assistance to locate stable, permanent housing and links them to resources that help them gain the knowledge and skills necessary to remain financially stable. For more information about this Serve, email Nate.Todd@TeamRWB.org.

Uptown, The Birmingham Dream Center

LEADER Kathryn Shields DESCRIPTION

Join us as we host a BLOCK PARTY in the Avondale Community! We will be playing games, eating, and giving grocery boxes out to families who live in Avondale! We will huddle at the Dream Center @ 10am and head to the community together to set up and prepare for families and kids to arrive.

Columbus

LEADER Kaylee Allen DESCRIPTION

Make a difference by donating milk and/or cereal and praying for a local women/children’s shelter for families experiencing domestic challenges. Volunteers sign up to donate needed items and cover the shelter in prayer for that particular week. More details will be sent to you once you sign up on the app.

Uptown, The Birmingham Dream Center

LEADER Kathryn Shields DESCRIPTION

Join us as we host a Clothing Closet for families in Woodlawn!

Uptown, The Birmingham Dream Center

LEADER Kathryn Shields DESCRIPTION

Join us as we set up a BLOCK PARTY in the Avondale Community! We will be playing games, eating, and giving grocery boxes out to families who live in Avondale! We will huddle at the Dream Center @ 10am and head to the community together to set up and prepare for families and kids to arrive.

Uptown, The Birmingham Dream Center

LEADER Kathryn Shields DESCRIPTION

Join us as we assemble grocery boxes that will be given out to families in the Avondale Community and to mothers for MOTHERS DAY!

Greystone

LEADER Shannon Haskins DESCRIPTION

We are gathering the following items to put in gift baskets to give to all the families we have cared for during the past month through tornado relief. We are collecting items this Saturday at the Greystone campus from 8:30-12:00 pm. Laundry pods Dish detergent Shampoo/conditioner/soap Sunscreen Gift cards Non-perishable food/snacks Bandaids/first aid kit Nail clippers/manicure kit Flowers Candles Reusable Water bottle Flashlight Multi-tool/small tool kit Phone charger Baby wipes Toilet paper/paper towels Plastic silverware Paper plates Superglue Garbage bags Hand sanitizer Notepad/pens Kleenex crayons Coloring books/activity books Kid’s toothbrushes Toothpaste Kid’s books Small stuffed animal deodorant Floss Ibuprofen Bath bomb Blanket Journal Breath mints/gum Tea.

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.

Huntsville

LEADERS Tiffany Thomason, Rutger Hill, Nathan Thomason, Keafen Shoemake DESCRIPTION

Lincoln Village Ministry serves the Huntsville area by sharing the transforming power of the gospel of Christ through educating, sheltering, comforting and equipping the Lincoln community for Christ's glory. Lincoln Village has recently purchased 35 more homes for single families to have a safe place to call home and to grow in their spiritual journey. We would love to have you pray over and then join us as we prepare the homes for families to move in. This is a "no skills required" job. We will be clearing out and cleaning up debris from the homes being renovated. You will want to wear old clothes, closed-toe shoes, work gloves and of course a mask. We will meet at the Village. Please feel free to email or text with any questions or concerns.