Lots of Ways to Get Involved, Volunteer
Team Read Tutors: Once a week after school with second-graders at Emmanuel Center, 604 St. Paul Ave. in Team Read, a program that helps children increase the number of sight words they quickly recognize. This program in the second grade shows strong results in the children's standardized test scores.
This is a great way to help for an hour or so a week. You'll be surprised how quickly you build relationships with the children and staff at Emmnauel Center.
Contact Charlton Lyons: email@example.com
Shady Grove Elementary
Team Read Tutors: If you would like to tutor second-graders in ways that really help their reading and vocabuarly, join our Team Read program during school hours at Shady Grove Elementary, 5360 Shady Grove Road. Contact: Christy Yarbro at firstname.lastname@example.org
1st and 3rd Fridays Meals on Wheels Route:
Meals on Wheels is an unforgettable way to make a difference. MIFA's route app includes GPS and a digital check-off for each delivery. The church route takes close to two hours. You'll meet people who are part of our extended Holy Communion family. You need a car big enough to hold two coolers, which MIFA provides.
Sign up here.
University Cluster Food Pantry at St. Luke’s Methodist
- Donate non-perishable food on the chancel steps during our 10:30 Sunday service or in the baskets located in Quilling Chapel throughout the week.
- Volunteer at St. Luke’s Methodist bagging food for families in the three zip codes nearest Holy Communion. Opportunities are available on the fourth Thursdays of each month.
Contact: Evelyn McGahey at email@example.com or sign up here:
More Than a Meal
Provide and serve meal at Grace-St. Luke’s first Sunday of each month. We need cooks and servers. Each volunteer about two hours a month at the church in Midtown. This is a terrific way to see who needs help in Memphis and learn more about their lives.
Contact Barb Boucher at firstname.lastname@example.org