The following Safe Environments Requirements must be completed prior to volunteering with OLGC.
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Hope Clinic is an interdenominational Christian nonprofit organization, provides compassionate and practical help to those in need, ministering to the whole person with dignity and respect and is located in Ypsilanti. Hope Clinic offers free dental and medical services. They also offer free weekend meals, a food pantry, laundry services, fresh produce distribution, care and share closet, baby care and financial assistance.
Click here to volunteer at Hope Clinic.
Vista Maria volunteers ignite possibility! Every year hundreds of people share their time, thoughtfulness, and talents with our residents—helping each young person heal and transform, showing them love and empowering each person’s own courageous path. Go to their Volunteer page to find out how you can make a difference in a young girl's life today!
Pregnancy Resource Centers are at the forefront of the pro-life movement in our Post-Roe country. But they need your help to keep their center running efficiently. AAA Pregnancy Center in Livonia has many opportunities including:
Go to their website to volunteer.
Sanctum House provides a safe refuge for women survivors of human trafficking. They provide 24/7 housing, healthcare, dental care, education and so much more. They are in need of the following volunteers:
Visit their website to put your skills to work for good!
OLGC has been responsible for staffing the Tuesday morning volunteers at Manna Meals for well over 20 years. This ministry prepares and serves sandwiches and soup for the homeless at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in downtown Detroit in an effort to provide fellowship for marginalized brothers and sisters.
Manna Meals meets once per week on Tuesday mornings at 6am in the OLGC parking lot to carpool downtown. Come join us by contacting Ann Schneider at (248) 767-0778 or email her at [email protected]
St. Aloysius in Detroit is in need of volunteers for any of the following:
To volunteer, visit their website.
SCCS is a non-profit organization that serves the needs of the community, foremost among them the Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry.
To volunteer, please call Patty H. at (810) 919-0591.
Located on Woodward Avenue in the heart of Detroit’s North End neighborhood, the Center for the Works of Mercy is the new home of Catholic Charities in Detroit. In collaboration with numerous community partners, the Center for the Works of Mercy puts love into action by offering multiple services under one roof that fulfill a person’s basic needs. These basic needs are the foundation of the corporal works of mercy.
For volunteer opportunities, click here: Clothing Volunteers- CWM