LMC congregation or resource partner organization who need more help to reach its missional goals, submit your volunteer opportunities here.
The LMC office is looking for a creative individual (volunteer) to lead the development of Shalom News. Shalom News has four 12-page issues a year: January, April, July and October. This person would work with an administrative assistant and a guest editor for each issue for 10 hours a month. Primary duties, in coordination with the administrative assistant and guest editor, would involve developing annual themes, selecting guest editors, selecting writers, editing content, some creation of content, and approving designer and printer proofs. Grasp of English grammar and mechanics a must. Computer abilities, editing experience, team leadership, and work flow management would be key skills for the successful candidate. Bachelor degree preferred but not essential. Send letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Marcia Mylin
ReUzit on State is urgently seeking cashiers, door monitors, and donation receiving volunteers. Various days and shifts are available between 10 am and 5 pm, Monday through Saturday. Service frequency can be weekly, biweekly, or more often. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old. In addition to receiving 20% off of purchases, volunteers have the satisfaction that they are helping to generate support for the local and global programs of Mennonite Central Committee. Please contact Sue Shirk, Volunteer Coordinator at 717-733-4934 or email at email@example.com
Contact: Alonna Sprunger
There is an opportunity for you to volunteer at EMM’s new office building at 450 North Prince Street, currently under construction.
We’re looking for help pulling new ethernet cables throughout the building. The work is not very physically demanding, however, volunteers should be in reasonably good health. We will follow strict COVID-19 guidelines, by providing work masks for all volunteers, and everyone must abide by 6-foot social distancing parameters. If you’re interested in signing up for a time during the month of June, you can go to emm.org/cables.
Contact: Andrew Mashas
717 898-2251 ext. 220
Much of the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)’s humanitarian aid sent throughout the world passes through the Material Resources Center (MRC) in Ephrata, PA, including comforters, canned meat, hygiene kits, school kits, and other material resources. Our paper and clothing recycling efforts generate approximately $250,000 of income for MCC’s ministries.
We couldn’t do any of this without our volunteers who will make this work possible. Typically, the MRC is a very busy place… but for the past three months, we have been closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, after having now reopened with proper safety precautions, we are looking for individuals, families, or even a small group of friends or a Bible Study group to volunteer! Daytime, evening, and Saturday hours are a possibility. There is something for everyone to do!
Please contact us at (717) 733-2847 or email our Volunteer Coordinator, Marilyn Peters, at MarilynPeters@mcc.org if you would like to find out more about volunteering. You can also learn more about the Ephrata MRC at mcc.org/Ephrata-MRC. Thank you for your continued support of MCC!
Contact: Marilyn Peters
Volunteer opportunities abound throughout Landis Communities, enriching the lives of everyone involved. Our goal is to connect volunteers in roles they enjoy, enabling them to make a difference. To learn more about the opportunities available for volunteers, call 717-381-3526.
Contact: Larry Guengerich
(717) 381-3526 - Office
EMM has many opportunities for you to participate in the mission of God by volunteering!
Contact Sherrie Ober to share your interests and to learn more.
Do you like working with your hands or enjoy spending time outdoors? We could use your help in keeping our property and facilities in beautiful, working order through lawn care, landscaping, leaf clean-up, and other small maintenance jobs.
Are you organized and detail-oriented? Would you enjoy answering phones and greeting people who come to visit EMM?
Do you like to host guests in your home, prepare and serve food, or provide transportation for staff and visitors?
Is creativity one of your passions? From music and art to writing, photography, and media editing, there are numerous ways you could serve by engaging these passions.
Do you have specific skills or experience that might allow you to volunteer in areas like finance, grant writing, worship leading, cross-cultural training, or board membership?
Could you help with events like Global Fair and EMM’s banquet? Could you provide childcare, pray for staff and workers, or volunteer in another way?
Contact: Sherrie Ober
717 898-2251 ext. 269
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