Volunteering at the Muskegon Rescue Mission means more than just gifting time. It means clothing the needy, feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, demonstrating the love of Christ, and rescuing the broken.
Not only are the homeless and needy touched by the compassion of our volunteers, but the volunteers’ lives are also touched. Serving others is one of life’s greatest privileges. Reaching out to the least, the last, and the lost in a personal way that says, “I care about you” brings encouragement to our residents and staff. Whether it’s serving a meal, tutoring a student, or helping at our thrift store or processing center – volunteers make a difference in the lives of people.
No matter what your skill set, we have a volunteer opportunity for you or your group. Are you well organized? Good with children? Are you willing to serve meals? Would you lead a chapel or help in our food pantry? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions simply complete the appropriate application below.
How to Apply to Volunteer
You can apply to volunteer by applying online or downloading and printing the application. Printed applications can be faxed or brought in person to:
1715 Peck St.,
Muskegon, MI 49441
Applications can also be faxed to 231-722-7030.View Guidelines
Volunteering as an Individual
- Must be at least 18 years old (to serve on your own)
- Must be a high school freshman or older to volunteer (to serve with adult)
download the Individual Volunteer Application (PDF)
Volunteering as a Group
- Leader fills out application in full
- Group must include 3 or more people from church, business or organization
- All group members must complete a waiver, background check and prevention policy-sexual abuse and molestation form, at the minimum
download the Group Volunteer Application (PDF)
For more information on volunteering at Muskegon Rescue Mission please call our administrative office at 231.727.6090.