HOW TO HELP

Make a Donation

Serve Moses Lake relies solely upon the donations of those within our own community.  These generous donations allow our ministry to continue to “Help People Find The Help They Need.”  Whether you are a business, church, organization, or person interested in our mission, we welcome your support to come alongside the least of these.  Many low-income families, individuals, and homeless in our community need your help.  We accept furniture donations, non-food pantry items, financial gifts, and volunteer time as an act of love to those in need.  Please consider giving what you can to help us help others, thank you.

Volunteer Your Skills

Has God placed it on your heart to make a difference?  Serve Moses Lake has a myriad of volunteer opportunities.  We are looking for willing hearts to serve in a challenging ministry.  Tough love, wisdom, and discernment are paramount when screening clients.  We need experience such as former receptionists, managers, leaders, social workers, data-entry, visionaries, tech gurus and muscle for our furniture ministry.  Therefore, we are looking for mature Christian men and women who have several hours a week they can donate.  With your help, God will use our efforts to express his love to our hurting friends.  Join us!  Call 509-764-8276 for an interview and application.

Serve on the Board

Do you enjoy coming alongside an organization and investing in their mission?  Do you believe those on the fringe deserve a second chance?  We welcome your gifts and skills as a board member.  Board leadership is essential to our ministry. You will have the opportunity to share your insight and heart for those that struggle day by day in our Moses Lake Community.  Our mission is to Help People, Encourage Reconciliation, and Connect them to the local Church.  A way to serve your community can be as a Serve Moses Lake board member.  Come help us grow, fulfill our mission, and transform our community.  Call 509-764-8276 and meet our Director, for any questions.

“NO ONE HAS EVER BECOME POOR BY GIVING”

– Ann Frank

How to Help
Make A Donation
VOLUNTEER