AUSERVE gives options for students to find service opportunities in Churches, Community programs, and Missions.
Laundromat Outreach Opportunity
Quarters for Eternal Change
Monday, September 17th 6:30 - 8pm
Whitehall Road Laundromat just up past Whitehall Elementary on the right
We offer to do people’s laundry for free, ask how we can pray for them, pray with them, give away
Free laundry baskets if they are needed, give free activity packets to kids, share how Jesus can wash us clean of our sins
Contact Laurie Thompson at AU with any questions or if you need transportation, 622-6093!
Local Churches – Part-time/Full-time jobs
see link to look at descriptions: www.andersonuniversity.edu/career-planning
Contact: Kelli Strickland, Department of Christian Studies
Ministry team for Youth/ Children/Church events ( Plan to attend trainings and regularly meetings in order to prepare for these events/volunteer)
(One day and weekend events)
Exist to serve churches and their needs through ministry teams, with a focus on children and youth. Offers teams for ministry events and programs, as well as running weekend retreats.
Contact: Luke Murphy, Sullivan Hall
World Relief Upstate SC is a non-profit evangelical organization that assists refugees as they transition to new lives in America. From housing and medical assistance to ESL classes and employment services, World Relief Upstate SC provides refugees with essential opportunities to move from becoming self-sufficient to integrated in our community. Since 2015, World Relief Upstate SC has partnered with local churches and volunteers to ensure that the families we resettle are warmly welcomed and generously served with the love and compassion of Jesus.
Contact: Natalie Terlitsky, Volunteer & Church Mobilization Specialist
Location: Greenville, SC
North American Mission Board
Open Arms Refugee Ministry……reaching the world in your own backyard!
(Refugee services to help with tutoring and Health care issues/ Nursing students welcome!)
Contact: Tim and Jody Cross
United Way of Anderson/Anderson, SC
“Uniting People. Impacting Lives. Improving Anderson County”.
(Assisting in packing backpacks for kids for weekend meals, MLK DAY January and other events!)
Contact: Liz Brock, 864-226 3438/ Email: Liz.firstname.lastname@example.org
Lot Project/Anderson, SC
The LOT Project was founded in 2009 by a few guys, who were crazy about Jesus. Matt Beasley and Jason Ashley were the founders of The LOT Project; they both started by driving homeless and at-risk kids to church. They continue today by providing to the least of these!
Back Yard Bible Club, Baptist Collegiant Ministries
Volunteer with AUBCM and serve teaching the Bible and serving children in our community.
Contact: Addison Hamrick
Accept. Inpsire. Minister. is an efficient nonprofit organization that meets the needs of struggling individuals and families in Anderson County. AIM was founded by churches to eliminate the duplication of assistance to those in need. For more than twenty-five years, AIM has stabilized the community and continues to do so using its hand up, not hand out philosophy. AIM is known for maximizing resources and continues to significantly help its clients positively change their lives long-term. AIM is unique because of its numerous efficient programs and passionate, committed volunteers. AIM is well known in the Upstate for giving hope and changing lives and continues to do so with unparalleled levels of energy, efficiency and reliability.
Open Arms Ministry/Greenville, SC
To connect arriving refugees with Great Commission local believers in order to promote the Gospel message through building relationships and being the Hands and Feet of Christ
Tutoring Services for Junior High Students and High School Students
Nursing Students needed: teach health care and hygiene to Refugees
Crisis Pregnancy Center/ Anderson SC
Anderson Pregnancy Care is a Christ-centered nonprofit organization committed to providing assistance to those women who believe themselves to be facing an untimely pregnancy. The center exists to minister to these women and their families with the love and compassion of Jesus Christ, providing positive, life-affirming alternatives to abortion. We believe that the life of the pre-born is precious - as is the life of the mother.
Contact Web Site Below to apply:
AU Missions Opportunities and Partnerships
Contact: James Hanson - email@example.com
AU Women’s Ministry Opportunities
AU Women’s Ministry seeks to inspire spiritual development in women on campus by a one on one discipleship program. If you enjoy intentional relationships and encouraging other women to grow in Christ we would love for you to join us.
Contact: Kaitlin Kizer, Women’s Ministry Assistant
Good News Club
Mission statement: Every Child, Every Nation, Every Day.
Good News Clubs are one hour Bible clubs held after school in elementary schools worldwide, with a primary purpose of letting children hear the Gospel and learn truths from God’s Word.
Volunteer coordinator: Audrey Axmann Number: 864-735-3831
Sign up to be a mentor today! 30 minutes with a child one day a week and make a big impact in that child’s life.
Contact: Kenny Gilliland
The Dream Center exists to encourage, educate and empower people in need through the love of Jesus Christ.
Contact: Hannah Smoak firstname.lastname@example.org