MCC serves the community by partnering with local organizations that are investing in lives all over the Greater Louisville area. MCC members have established relationships at these organizations, but do not necessarily serve there regularly.
Habitat for Humanity A non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry that builds simple and affordable homes in partnership with those in need of housing. They also operate a used-goods store where 100% of the profit goes to support Habitat for Humanity of Metro Louisville. Contact: Dale Douthat at 502-805-1417 or firstname.lastname@example.org Serving Opportunities: 1. Volunteer opportunities at the ReStore.
St. John Center for Homeless Men St. John Center is an emergency day shelter and social services center for homeless men. It meets immediate needs but also take steps to create lasting change in their lives. It all starts when they come through the front door seeking help; they find hope, and move forward. Contact: Maria Price at 502-568-6758 or email@example.com Serving Opportunities: 1. Office administration. Any day and time between 7:00-3:00.
Americana Community Center "Where Louisville Meets the World" The Americana Community Center is a non-profit organization, which provides a spectrum of services for the many diverse residents of Louisville. These services enable people to discover and utilize resources to build strong families, create a safe, supportive community, and realize their individual potential. Contact: Amanda Steinhauer at 502-366-7813 or firstname.lastname@example.org Serving Opportunities: 1. Provide basic family education to immigrant families. Mon.-Thurs. 11 am-1 pm or 6-8:30 pm. 2. Teach basic women's skills (cooking, sewing, crafts). Tues., Thurs. or Sat. 11 am-2 pm. 3. Provide after-school homework help to children of all ages. Any day after school 3:30-4:30 pm.
Gilda's Club Creating communities of free support for everyone living with cancer - men, women, teens and children - along with their families and friends. Our innovative program is an essential complement to medical care, providing support groups, workshops, education and social activities. Contact: (502) 583-0075 or email@example.com Serving Opportunities: 1. Adopt-a-meal group - provide meals for cancer patients
Ronald McDonald House A guest house for families with seriously ill children needing care at hospitals far from home. Contact: Christina Johnson at 502-561-7653 or firstname.lastname@example.org Serving Opportunities: 1. Adopt-a-meal group - provide meals for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House
Louisville Central Community CenterLouisville Central Community Center (LCCC) began in 1948 as the "Market Street Neighborhood House." LCCC is widely recognized as a leading organization committed to employing self-reliance practices to ensure that children blossom, adults achieve, and neighborhoods thrive. Contact: Tom Gertis at 502-583-8821 or email@example.comServing Opportunities: 1. Hygiene kits for low-income families headed by young moms (September) 2. Christmas Food Baskets (December) 3. Reading to pre-school children - Weekdays 9:30 am or 3:00 pm 4. Assistance with summer youth program. 5. Assistance with after-school programs at 3 locations: 13th & Muhammad Ali, 9th & Jefferson, and 28th & Magazine. 6. Inside and outside maintenance projects - Saturdays or Sundays
Mom's Closet Resource Center (MCRC) Located just around the corner from MCC on Old Harrods Creek Road, MCRC is dedicated to developing the potential of single mothers in the state of Kentucky with encouragement, education, and by setting a good example through a Christian point of view. Join us in helping to change the future of Kentucky's kids one Mom at a time. Contact: Kim or Daniel Jacobs at 245-9899 or firstname.lastname@example.org Serving Opportunities: 1. They are looking for community support! Open to working with a group on a new idea or project. 2. Help organize and stack food pantry
Family Scholar House Family Scholar House is changing lives through education. Their goal is to end the cycle of poverty one family at a time by giving single-parents the support they need to achieve a four-year college degree. Contact: 502-584-8090 or email@example.com www.familyscholarhouse.org Serving Opportunities:1. Reading to young children 2. Inside and outside maintenance projects - Saturdays or Sundays