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Serve Dinner to Homeless Youth

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New Horizons Ministries

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 34 people are interested

Serving a prepared dinner to youth and young adults experiencing homelessness. At New Horizons, we serve two meals a day, seven days a week. Our food groups purchase food and prepare a meal.

By becoming a food group, you have the opportunity to partner with us, providing the consistency of a hot, home-cooked meal to our youth and young adults while they also receive resources and access to services. As a food group volunteer, you and up to 10 others will prepare a meal of your choice for approximately 30 individuals either in-house at our New Horizons commercial grade kitchen (preferred), or from your own home to drop off at the shelter at dinner time. For volunteers wishing to prepare in house, you may arrive as early as 5pm and plan to stay as late as 9pm. For volunteers opting to drop off meals, please ensure meals are dropped off by 6:45.

If you have any questions, or are a first time volunteer with New Horizons, please reach out to our Volunteer Coordinator, Channing Cooper ( or call/text at 910-603-3645) so we can give you more detailed information on the volunteer shift.

We appreciate your interest in volunteering with us!

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About New Horizons Ministries


2709 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, US

Mission Statement

New Horizons Ministries is a multi-cultural organization whose mission is to be in relationship with homeless and street-involved youth, serving and loving in the way of Jesus, equipping them to leave street life.


New Horizons Ministries began in 1978 in response to the growing number of homeless adolescents living on the streets of Seattle. What started as a program of street outreach has evolved over the years into an entire continuum of care, with an emphasis on relationship building.

The staff of New Horizons, both paid and volunteer, establish relationships with youth through street outreach as well as by providing meals, clothing, and other emergency services. New Horizons also provides case management, relational counseling, recreational activities, job mentoring, life discovery classes, and a comprehensive referral system. All of these services are designed to equip youth with the life skills, confidence, and sense of community that are vital for them to successfully exit street life.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Homeless & Housing


We'll work with your schedule.


2709 3rd AveSeattle, WA 98121




  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • One shift per month preferred.

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