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We Love Our Volunteers

We rely on the support of volunteers to help us serve the men, women and children of Wyoming. Without your continued support and service to the Mission, we wouldn’t be able to offer the restorative hospitality that allows our guests to experience the love of Christ.

 

Getting started is easy! Please review the volunteer opportunities below, read the WRM Volunteer Guidelines and complete the Volunteer Application, or contact our volunteer department at (307) 265-3002. Upon completion of the application, you can drop it off at our office.

 

Want to learn more? Click on the title of your preferred volunteer position below to learn more and sign up. Or click the buttons below to view our individual and group opportunities.

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How You Can Help!

Volunteer Opportunities

Meals

man stirring potThis is a great way to give your group the opportunity to work together and strengthen team commitment and spirit. Help prepare meals in the kitchen and serve the men, women, and children facing food instability in your community. Meal times are Monday through Friday: 6:30 am, 12 noon and 6 pm; Saturday and Sunday: 11 am and 5 pm.

 

Meal Times

Breakfast:
Mon – Fri: 6:30 am

Lunch:
Mon – Fri : 12 noon
Saturday – Sunday: 11 am

Dinner:
Mon – Fri : 6pm
Saturday – Sunday: 5pm

 

Duties

Preparation of some food items before the meal

Light clean-up after the meal

Note: A brief training on food handling will be provided

 

Qualifications

Stand for at least 1 hour

Lift 10 pounds

12-17 year-olds must be accompanied by an adult

 

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Michael Livingston, for more information:

(307) 265-3002

mlivingston@wyomission.org

Rescued Treasures Thrift Store

Rescued Treasures is a ministry of Wyoming Rescue Mission. We are always in need of volunteers when it comes to processing donations, sorting items, and cleaning the store. Rescued Treasures is located at 2935 East 2nd Street next to Hobby Lobby.

 

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Michael Livingston, for more information:

(307) 265-3002

mlivingston@wyomission.org

 

 

 

 

Events

Wyoming Rescue Mission holds many different events and fundraisers throughout the year. Fishin’ for the Mission is WRM’s largest annual event. Volunteers can assist with planning, making phone calls, distributing flyers, and more. If you are creative, organized, and/or interested in event planning, this is a valuable way to help.

 

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Michael Livingston, for more information:

(307) 265-3002

mlivingston@wyomission.org

 

 

 

 

 

Holidays

During the holidays, Wyoming Rescue Mission has many specific needs for food, preparing and serving meals, and even decorating. The cold winter months bring more men, women, and children in need to our doors. If you or a group would like to be involved during Thanksgiving, Christmas or Easter, volunteers are always needed and appreciated.

 

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Michael Livingston, for more information:

(307) 265-3002

mlivingston@wyomission.org

 

 

 

 

Maintenance

We are often in need of light electrical work, such as replacing switches, receptacles and lights; light plumbing work, such as unclogging drains, replacing faucets and repairing fixtures.

Also, general carpentry and landscaping, including maintenance of sprinkler systems. General maintenance, such as painting, cleaning air ducts and replacing filters.

 

Other tasks as directed by our maintenance coordinator.

 

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Michael Livingston, for more information:

(307) 265-3002

mlivingston@wyomission.org

 

 

 

 

Teach

Foster the love of Christ through Biblical studies. Volunteer opportunities include recovery training for a multitude of life issues or addictive behaviors, training of life fundamentals, and informing staff of issues brought up in class that should be addressed.

Provide in an area in which you professionally operate! Skills like resume building, personal finance, health management, etc., are all great examples for our guests to learn as they try to find jobs and transition back to independent living.

 

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Michael Livingston, for more information:

(307) 265-3002

mlivingston@wyomission.org

 

 

Questions about volunteering?

Contact our volunteer coordinator, Michael Livingston

 

(307) 265-3002

mlivingston@wyomission.org

how do i volunteer

Questions about volunteering?

Contact our volunteer coordinator, Michael Livingston

 

(307) 265-3002
mlivingston@wyomission.org