How can I serve

Ways to help serve the city.
  1. Prayer Support 

As the church, we desire to care for people holistically and not just physically, meeting emotional and spiritual needs of people in the community, especially those with mental illness or who are struggling in isolation. If you would like to volunteer to be a prayer partner, please contact Audrey with the NH Disaster Coalition at

  1. Vigilant Hope

Vigilant Hope is on the front lines of battling poverty and homelessness in our city. They help bridge the gap between the Church and the community. Their greatest need right now is resources. For more information on their specific needs and how you can donate, please contact Jason Mitchell directly at

  • Can I volunteer? Not at this time.
  • Can I donate? Yes.
  1. Walking Tall Wilmington

Walking Tall Wilmington exists to build interpersonal relationships with individuals experiencing poverty. Their greatest need right now is resources to continue to feed vulnerable populations in need. For more information on how to donate, you can contact Randy Evans directly at

  • Can I volunteer?  Not at this time.
  • Can I donate ? Yes.
  1. Mental Health Professionals Needed

Are you a mental health professional? If so, our city is in desperate need for people like you to volunteer time to help with the Mental Health Hotline, answering phone calls and providing counseling for those who need emotional and spiritual support. Would you consider giving some of your time to help? If you're interested in more information, please email

  • Can I volunteer?  Yes. 
  • Can I donate ? Not at this time.
  1. Cover our P.E.E.P.s

In response to COVID-19, Champions for Compassion is seeking to Cover Our P.E.E.P.s with compassion by providing masks for protection and protecting vulnerable populations. P.E.E.P.s are:

People at high risk


Essential workers

Public transportation passengers

If you can sow, your skills have never been more needed! We will provide the materials. Also, if you are able to make deliveries or have administrative skills, we could also use your help.

Volunteer Form: Click here.

  • Can I volunteer? Yes. 
  • Can I donate? Not at this time.
  1. First Fruit Ministries

On Saturday, June 27th from 8 AM - 3 PM  First Fruit Ministries will hold a Volunteer Appreciation and Project Day/BBQ lunch!  (Volunteers 12 or older, please.) If you are interested in participating, please contact Yvonne Kroenke at, or 336-944-5683.

First Fruit Street Outreach has consistently served unsheltered homeless people for over 20 years. Subscribe to their newsletter for up to date information and/or donate at: Some immediate volunteer needs are: Food pantry truck driver on Mondays, unloading food pantry on Tuesdays, experienced food prep help on Wednesdays and Thursdays. To sign-up to serve, please register at

  • Can I volunteer? Yes.
  • Can I donate? Yes. 

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