Serve Projects for Community Groups

Neighborhood Christian Center
619 Bank Street, NE
Decatur, Al 35601
351-7633

Volunteer to help give out food and clothes on client days on Mondays and Wednesdays, 9-1.
Help sort clothes
Prepare frozen casseroles or provide meals for noon or Tuesday evening Bible Studies and
summer youth program
Assist with fundraising activities such as Soup for Souls and Steeplechase Fun Run.

Committee on Church Cooperation
119 1st Avenue, NE
Decatur, Al 35601
355-8893

Donate styrofoam plates, bowls, cups, napkins, plasticware, and condiments for meals.
Sort clothes weekly or monthly on Wednesdays,(except first Wednesday) 8:30-11 and 1-2:30 (2 persons needed for each slot). Consider adopting a month as a small group to provide volunteers.
Linens need to be sorted and wrapped weekly. Volunteers can commit to any frequency.

Meals on Wheels
Delivers meals to elderly and disabled Monday -Fridays in Decatur
Lifepoint Church has delivered the Red 1 route which is close to our church for several years on Wednesdays. Meals are picked up around 9:30. Contact Brenda Westbrook at 318-3735 to volunteer for the Red 1 route on Wednesdays, or Chris at the Meals On Wheels office, 351-6850 for other times and routes.

Tennessee Valley Outreach
2117 Moulton Heights Road
350-5226
Denise Jones

Lifepoint has committed to providing the evening meal on the first Monday of each month. This can be done as individuals or small groups. Sign up through the small group needs list on the HUB.
Contact Mrs. Jones for other opportunities to serve

Habitat for Humanity
340-9609
Melanie Young

Provide snacks for volunteers
Volunteer for a particular build project such as painting, landscape, sheetrock, etc.

Alabama Baptist Children’s Home
1404 16th Avenue, SE
Decatur, AL 35601
355-6893
Provide meals or recreation opportunities for foster children in various cottages
Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief
Provides disaster relief locally and nationally
All volunteers must be trained.
To register for training go to SBDR.org
Areas of service are chainsaw, clean-up, mass feeding, chaplain, and others

PAR (Prepare and Respond)
Provides disaster relief in North Alabama
Training is required
For more information go to: parforthecause.org

Hands Across Decatur
Provides hope and a path forward to self-sufficiency for homeless and those in crisis
616-8210
Trish Taylor, Volunteer Coordinator

Harold Coomer Ministries
Harold Coomer
227-4477

Serves meals to homeless and indigent Monday-Thursday
Also provides classes and Bible studies

Clothe Our Kids
Brandi Breeden
221-9728

Provides clothes to children in local school systems as needed
Volunteers can help with collecting and sorting clothes.

Boys and Girls Club
407 3rd Street SW
Decatur, AL
353-8782

Provide after school tutoring

Department of Human Resources Foster Care
507 14th Street SE
Decatur Al
301-8658

Provide an event for foster care families

Circle Ranch
165 Ranch Circle
Danville, AL 35619
Ahbra Goodwin

Provides housing and care for foster children
Contact Mrs. Goodwin to find out needs and to volunteer

Banks Caddell School Elementary School
211 Gordon Dr., SE
Decatur, Al 35601
552-3040

Volunteers are needed to read to students and assist them in reading.

First Priority and FP Kids
Bible clubs for elementary, middle, and high schools in all public schools in Morgan County
All volunteers must be trained
Clubs meet weekly during school year

For more information go to www.fpdecatur.org or www.fpkids.club
Lifepoint sponsors the club at Banks-Caddell Elementary School but all schools are in need of volunteers.

City Center Village
807 Bank Street, Decatur
Independent Living Facility for Senior Adults
Shelbie Hayes
355-6800

Volunteers are needed to visit with residents.

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