Outreach

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McArthur Untitled1High School 

McArthur High school (6501 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, FL 33024; (754) 323-1200) will coordinate with Hollywood Community Church in the mentoring of its students.  Each volunteer interested in becoming a mentor must complete a level 2 background screening, provide written notification to Hollywood Community Church of involvement, and register at www.getinvolvedineducation.com.

Each mentor’s scheduling and location of meeting with students is conducted independently.

 

Untitle2dHeart 2 Heart Senior Outreach

The vision of Heart2Heart Senior Outreach is to provide residents in South Florida long term care centers with regular and consistent visitation with the opportunity to experience the love of Jesus Christ through caring relationships. Hollywood Community Church will partner with H2H in order to assist them in implementing that vision as well there mission, which is: Extending the love of Christ to the elderly in long-term care centers by providing support through visitations from trained volunteers.

HCC volunteers will participate in background checks and screenings that are provided by H2H.  Scheduling of volunteer hours will be coordinated by HCC volunteer groups based on availability.

 

Untitled3Joseph’s Storehouse

Joseph’s Storehouse is a non profit food bank and co-op established to supply food pantries as well as single parents and families in need.  Located at 2712 Nw 30th way building number 17, Lauder Lakes, Fl. 33311.  Volunteers are needed on Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday each week to serve as “grocers” to aid in stocking and sales for the center’s “co-op” grocery sales.

Joseph’s Storehouse motto scripture is Genesis 41:56-“When the famine had spread over the whole country, Joseph opened all the storehouses and sold grain to the people…”

Connect with Joseph’s Storehouse on Facebook:  Joseph’s Storehouse Lauderdale Lakes FL

All volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.  No background checks required.

 

Untitled4Broward Outreach Center

Since 1992, the Broward Outreach Centers have provided meals, shelter, life-changing programs—and hope—to men, women and children in need.  BOC is a division of Miami Rescue Missions with a Hollywood location at 2056 Scott Street Hollywood, Fl 33020.

Volunteer Opportunities with BOC include the following:  Serving Meals, Food/Clothing Drives, Chapel/Spiritual Groups, Prayer Team, Tutoring/Educational, Special Events, Youth Programs, Special Projects, Office/Clerical, Holiday Celebrations, Thrift Stores Assistance, Maintenance, Food Service

Each volunteer group will take part in privately scheduled orientations before being able to volunteer.

 

Untitled5Hope Women’s Center

The Hope Women’s Centers are Christ Based women’s advocacy organizations that hold a set of core values that include the following:  The dignity of women, the sanctity of Human life, the right of access to information, the right to a safe place, the value of sexual purity, marriage, and family, and the importance of faith.

An annual calendar of events is produced by Hope Women’s Center; each event has a varying set of requirements in order for volunteers to participate.  Anyone interested will be coordinated to volunteer with HWC through Hollywood Community Church.

The Hope Women’s Center Annual Calendar is available to view at http://www.friendsofhope.com/.

 

Untitled6American Red Cross

The American Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need.  The Red Cross responds to approximately 70,000 disasters in the United States every year, ranging from home fires that affect a single family to hurricanes that affect tens of thousands, to earthquakes that impact millions. In these events, the Red Cross provides shelter, food, health and mental health services to help families and entire communities get back on their feet. As a part of its disaster relieve/prevention efforts the American Red Cross will partner monthly with HCC to identify areas of high risk for house fires and then mobilize teams to install smoke detectors in homes within these areas. The American Red Cross will communicate ongoing needs to HCC in order to solicit further assistance from volunteer efforts.

 

Untitled7Food For The Poor

Food For The Poor’s mission is to link the church of the First World with the church of the Third World in a manner that helps both the materially poor and the poor in spirit.

The materially poor are served by local churches, clergy and lay leaders who have been empowered and supplied with goods by Food For The Poor.  The poor in spirit are renewed by their relationship with and service to the poor through our direct ministry of teaching, encouragement and prayer.  Ultimately, they seek to bring both benefactors and recipients to a closer union with our Lord.  The ministry is a reflection of our Lord’s unconditional love – a love that surrenders all, that inspires trust and faith, and that embraces all people, regardless of race, status or creed.  It is also shaped by our belief that Christ is alive and can be served directly by serving those in greatest need. (Matthew 25:40)

Food For The Poor has teamed with HCC for the following purpose of:

1.Feed 20 children for a year @  $43.80 per meal; total coast: $876

2.Plant 100 fruit trees in Haiti @$10 per tree; total cost: $1,000

3.Build a home with sanitation for a family @ $3,200

All volunteers interested in assisting will directly contact FFTP’s church, school, and community development coordinator, Colossia Butts at:  Colossiab@FoodforthePoor.com

 

habitat-for-humanity1Habitat For Humanity

Habitat for humanity-  Habitat for Humanity’s mission statement is Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Broward brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.  Habitat Broward offers a “hand up” not a “hand out” to low to very low-income families who are unable to qualify for conventional financing but are willing to work hard to improve their family’s lives; also functioning under the key initiatives of:

Empower partner families through education, resources and support to successfully achieve their personal, academic and professional goals

Teach the youth of future homeowner families the skills and attitudes needed to make better life choices and break the intergenerational cycle of poverty

Increase awareness and educate the community regarding issues related to the affordable housing crisis and what they can do to help

Pursue green building certification for Habitat Broward homes in order to make our design more sustainable and eco-friendly

Revitalize and strengthen the community by building affordable homes throughout Broward County.

HFH is partnering with Hollywood Community Church in order to successfully conduct of its major annual event- “The Apostle’s Build”

The idea of going out into the community to serve others, in the way that Jesus’ apostles served, has attracted individuals in many churches. With Habitat for Humanity, churches can share God’s love by building houses.

For each apostle’s build screening will be conducted through HCC.

All interested volunteers must contact the HCC Community Outreach Offices.  Dates and locations will be posted as each build is independently carried out.

 

City Of Hollywood

Cash 4 Trash UPDTCash For Trash

Volunteers must be 18 or older, unless accompanied by an adult.  Bi-Monthly meetings are available for all volunteers to attend at the DriftWood Civic Association (Driftwood Community Center 3000 N. 69 Avenue Hollywood, FL 33024- Phone:954.967.4241)  Each months meetings will be scheduled and communicated to Hollywood Community Church.  Ca$h for trash collects liter and debris from select Hollywood alley-ways and turns the bagged garbage in for 40 cents a pound.  The funds are then donated to the corresponding neighborhood.

Beach Sweep_thumb_thumbBeach Clean-Up

A cleanup date is issued each month from the city commissioner’s office and will be communicated to Hollywood Community Church.  Volunteers must be at least 18 years of Age.

 

 

Adopt A Street Logo (Large)Adopt-a-Street

In order to participate in the Adopt-a-Street program, each volunteer within a group/organization must complete an Adopt-a-Street application.  Once applications are on file, volunteer groups will be selected to participate based upon need.

 

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