"As a computer imaging artist and photographer, I enjoy sharing design talents with the residents.
Once a month I volunteer 3 hours to share with those interested in a computer class. Using a digital camera we take lots of group shots and enjoy updating our family album using the digital photos and the "Photoshop" program.
The residents are so eager to learn, so appreciative, and so willing to share laughter that one can really believe the slogan is true...
The Rescue Mission of Trenton
to Rebuild Lives
Pay it forward. How can you volunteer to make a difference in the lives of those who are less fortunate?
HERE ARE SOME WAYS YOU CAN BE PART OF THE LINE OF HOPE:
Have your group put together hygiene kits that contain the following (items may vary): toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, razor, washcloth, comb, lotion, powder, tissues, and feminine hygiene products.
Coordinate an on-site clothing drive at work/school/house of worship.
Coordinate an on-site food drive at work/school/house of worship.
Let us know of anyone with special talents whom we can call upon, i.e., artists, printers, painters (also sign painters), plumbers, lawyers, speakers, etc.
Work on-site with us on some of the challenging jobs: tutoring, clothes sorting, etc.
Invite a Mission speaker to your work/school/house of worship.
Work with your group in a fun way to collect supplies or raise funds for the Rescue Mission.
Volunteer for our TEACH program – tutor one-on-one or in small groups in Math, English, computer literacy, or your own special area of expertise.
- Purchase goods in our store.
HOW TO VOLUNTEER
Contact Vocational & Lifeskills Coordinator Ida Malloy at (609) 695-1436 ext 112 or via email.