Become a Homework Helper

 
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Our greatest need is always for volunteer homework helpers.  When you serve with Project Purpose, you will be paired with a student who you will work with one-on-one.  If you are most comfortable with elementary aged students, that's who you will serve.  If you love high schoolers we will pair you with one of those!  

 

We offer our volunteers a tremendous amount of support and encouragement.  When you serve, you are joining a team of volunteers who have the same mission as you- to meet the educational and spiritual needs of a low-income student.

 

We trust that God will use you to impact the life of your student and his or her family.  

 

To begin serving, please explore the Volunteer Resources below.

Volunteer at our Ignite: STEAM Club

 
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Do you have a personal or professional interest in an area of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, or Math? We are looking for volunteers to lead a monthly STEAM Club. Presenters pick an area to focus the club session on and then build the club session around that topic.  The session usually includes a time of teaching, a hands on activity, and a meal together. 

Previous STEAM Club events have included:

 Chemistry day where the students made their own slime. 

Beekeeper day where the students learned all about honeybees and tried on beekeeper gear. 

Engineering day where the students created their own edible bridges. 

You can also volunteer to be an extra set of hands for the day to help students as needed.  

 

To begin serving, please explore the resources below. 

Ignite: STEAM Club Resources

Serve in the Garden

 
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When you serve with Project Garden you will experience the joy our students feel when they work in the garden.  You will work alongside our students and other volunteers to care for the garden.  As you work, you will have the opportunity to encourage the children in their work.  

 

Don't worry, the garden isn't all work and no play!  We try to have fun while we care for the garden.  This might mean playing in the hose, creating a piece of art to leave in the garden, eating our homegrown corn, or having watermelon seed spitting competitions.  

 

Project Garden Nights happen 2 times a week from 6-8pm.  You do not need to have any experience gardening.  All that is required is a servant's heart and willingness to love our students.  You are welcome to join us any night in the summer!

Project Garden Resources