SERVANT'S HEART INTERNATIONAL MINISTRY, INC.
Servant's Heart Ministry is looking for a Ministry Advocate. We are looking for someone with a background in case management or social work. You must be someone who cares and loves individuals in need. The volunteer opportunity will include calling current recipients and asking if we can provide that person additional services beyond what our ministry currently offers. We are looking for someone willing to impart their knowledge to help the ministry grow in a new direction and help make our impact greater in the community. Patients will be a virtue because we will be growing in this position together.
Tue Jan 12, 2021
09:00 AM to 11:00 AM
NONE OF THESE DAYS WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
About SERVANT'S HEART INTERNATIONAL MINISTRY, INC.
6109 ANNO AVENUE, ORLANDO, FL 32809, US
Servant's Heart Ministry provides weekly food support boxes to families in need with a focus on the most vulnerable in our community, children and seniors, as well as disabled and homebound. We believe a bag a food should come with a personalized encounter, which is why we have established a community partner network to help us achieve this mission.
Servant's Heart Ministry is a private charity founded in 1999. It received 501C(3) status in 2002. It is operated by volunteers and funded by private donations. Its purpose is to offer hunger solutions to meet basic needs with a focus on households where children and seniors are at risk of hunger.
Community Partners identify the need and invite the head of the household to apply for food assistance. Upon approval, Community Partners deliver weekly groceries to the family all the while encouraging the family to walk in Truth and accountability. Families are asked to set a goal and then advised to use the service to recover their independence as quickly as possible.
Good nutrition is key to overall household stability. Financially struggling parents are relieved from the stress of providing, nourished children maintain good health and perform better academically. Seniors are better able to cope with a meager income.