Questions about applications, and team details should be directed to the team leader listed. In order to add a team to this list or learn more in general about Volunteers in Mission register your team with Sandra Matoushaya, Missions/VIM Coordinator.
Go to Resources for Teams if you're looking for host sites calling for teams to serve.
Primetimers (older adults)
Individual Mission Volunteers with a UM project (anyone over 18)
Healthcare Volunteers (specialized skills or ministry focus)
NOMADS (RVers who serve together at announced locations)
|Mission Area||Mission Information||Contact and Registration Information|
|Warren United Methodist Church - Pittsburgh District||Warren UMC is inviting mission teams to join in its Renovation and Reinvigoration Journey.Current projects include plastering and painting Walls||Contact Pastor Raphael Koikoi @ firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kane District Ramp Ministry||Volunteers needed. They serve those with a short or long term needs. Ramps are semi-permanent and can be relocated if no longer needed. The Ramps Ministry is funded by donations only.||Contact Dean Clough @ email@example.com|
|Eastwick Neighborhood||PA Voluntary Organizations Active (VOAD) in Disaster, Eastwick United and many other groups need your help in rebuilding the Eastwick neighborhood of Philly. Please consider coming for a week. Rebuilding is currently under progress for the Eastwick neighborhood which was badly damaged after Tropical Storm Isaias right at the beginning of the pandemic. They have about registered 45 homes needing repair, have installed air handler systems in 22 homes and have housing for volunteers at the Salt and Light Church in Philly.||Contact: Judy Moore, Volunteer Coordinator 802-299-8290; Isai
|Eastern Pennsylvania Annual Conference||EPA's Project Restoration seeks volunteers for disaster recovery work. The new disaster response project is recruiting volunteers to help with disaster recovery work this spring.||For More information click here.|
|Tennessee Western Kentucky Conference||UMC congregations and affiliated disaster response groups have been hard at work in western Kentucky and west Tennessee with debris removal and other early response efforts, as well as planning ahead for and putting in place long term recovery initiatives–spearheaded by a collaboration between the Tennessee-Western Kentucky (TWK) and KY Annual Conferences.||For more information click here.|
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