Would you recommend MUST Ministries?
I had the opportunity to volunteer in the Toy Shop today. It was the first time i have done this type of volunteer work. I can't tell you what a blessing it was to be a part of helping these families. I believe i walked away with more than i gave today and will certainly go back again. This organization was organized, the toys were new and were nice items. I wish i could see the faces of those sweet babies when they see what they got. God is truly amazing! If you can't give money, give your time! I promise you it's so worth it!
There are some mean spirited volunteers on site sometimes. I will stay out of here I don't wish to be targeted. I'd rather leave this type of place alone. I told the volunteer at the food counter that I didn't realize my son was 19 and not 18. I said I don't keep up with grown people's age. She said, well he still lives in your house. So, I presume she was appalled and took that statement for more than what it was, therefore I was given all tomato soup and one can of pears because that's what I deserved for whatever negativism was taken from my innocent statement. I saw far more food than tomato soup. That's why you have to learn to shut up because people take whatever you say for something negative if they are a mean negative spirit themselves. A different volunteer in the clothes closet asked me were the bottoms I had jeans or pant. I answered and she looked up like I had said something bad and explained to me the pant/ jean rules meanly, as if I had a problem with her asking me that
I volunteered with MUST at the Marietta Fair, collecting canned food donations for their food bank. It was a great experience working with such warm-hearted and inspiring people. I would definitely volunteer with this organisation again.
They are 100% behind our community and directly affect those in need. MUST Ministries is an established Cobb County charity for over 30 years and I have personally been volunteering with them since 1988.