You can make a difference too!
Monetary Donations are always greatly appreciated! Although God has provided for the purchase of the men and women's homes and the thrift store, there are still many expenses that come with operating a ministry. If you would like to donate, you can do so in one of three ways:
Donating to the Ministry:
It takes about $15,000 to $20,000 a month to operate the ministry and to pay for expenses such as electricity, plumbing, food, gas for the van, etc.
Donating to Safe Haven Ranch:
Additionally, donations to help build Safe Haven Ranch are extremely valued! There is a lot that needs to be done to build and fill the ranch, but we are trusting that the Lord will provide!
Join our Compassion Givers Program:
If you wish to give monthly to our ministry, check out the link below!
Volunteer Your Time
Volunteering in the Warehouse is the primary need for volunteer help and support. This is a great opportunity for a large group to come and help sort and organize donations and truck loads that come through! Don't have a large group? That's okay too - there is plenty to do!
Warehousing not your thing? Your time could also be used to assist the foster home with house cleaning, yard work, reading with the kids, and babysitting!
Do you have experience in event planning or public relations? We could use your help to spread the word about our thrift store and planning events for our community!
Are you an architect? We could use your help to plan Safe Haven Ranch!
In your message below, please indicate what you are interested in volunteering for and how many within your group.
Thank you in advance for helping Community Share Ministries!
If you would like to donate items to the ministry, you may drop-off donations at the following locations. Your donations will be directly used to provide assistance to those in need within your local community.
"For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me.’