City Rescue Mission exists to transform the lives of the homeless and needy, serving them through the love and compassion of Jesus Christ.
Volunteering support is vital to the transforming work of the City Rescue Mission.
To begin volunteering, please fill out the information in the following link: https://cityrescuemission.azurewebsites.net/Volunteers/Create. Then simply attend the next volunteer orientation, where you will receive valuable volunteer information and a tour of the Mission. For group volunteering, only one representative from the group needs to complete the volunteer application and orientation.
If you would like to volunteer in the food services section, you MUST wear closed-toed and closed-healed shoes and long pants (no capris or crops). Shirts must have sleeves (no tank tops or spaghetti straps). Wear clothes you are comfortable in and don’t mind getting a little dirty!
If you have any other questions about getting involved with City Rescue Mission, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Kim Crockett at email@example.com or call 904-421-5149.
To become a volunteer, first search for an opportunity from the options below or use more search options.
Take the first step toward volunteering by completing the volunteer application online. Once you complete the application, please complete the background check form and sign up to attend our next Volunteer Orientation held at our 426 S. McDuff Avenue location. Click here to go to our calendar and discover when our next Volunteer Orientation class is held. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Once CRM has received your completed application, background check and two completed reference forms directly from your references (for opportunities such as mentors, teachers, and coaching), your volunteer application will be completed and you will become an approved CRM volunteer!
CRM offers a variety of volunteer opportunities including food service, general maintenance office/administrative service projects, professional services (i.e. medical, dental, job coaching, chapel), mentoring, tutoring/teaching, special events, thrift store, and donation center.
- Please note that some volunteer opportunities require additional training or higher-level background checks.
- Children 12 and older are permitted to serve meals or volunteer at the Thrift Store. Volunteers under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult during all hours of service.
- For volunteer groups, for every 4 students, under age 18, there must be one adult chaperone.
If you have any other questions about getting involved with City Rescue Mission, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Kimberly Crocket at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 904-421-5149.
We value your privacy. CRM does not collect personal information about visitors to our website except when visitors specifically provide such information on a voluntary basis.
Your personal information will not be used by or distributed to third parties but will be used by CRM and to securely process your registration application. We do not sell or rent our supporters’ names. Thank you for changing lives!
The authorization to charge your bank account or credit card is the same as if you had personally signed a check to City Rescue Mission. This agreement will remain in effect until you request that we end this agreement, providing us with a reasonable amount of time to act on it.
A record of your gifts will be included in your bank or credit card statement. If there is an error, you are responsible for notifying City Rescue Mission. We will correct it as soon as possible. Also, if there is an error, you have the right to tell your bank to reverse any transfer. This must be done in writing to your bank within 15 days of the date on the bank statement, or within 45 days after the transfer was made.
The bank or credit institution is not responsible for an error in the amount of your transferred gift. If there is an error, please handle this directly with City Rescue Mission.