Our Community Affiliates
Agape Pregnancy Resource Center exists to demonstrate and share God’s unconditional love by providing practical help and loving support to those facing an unplanned pregnancy. Agape PRC provides pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, educational opportunities, counseling services, maternity clothes and more – all at no charge to the client.
Agape PRC is located at 104 E. Main St, Round Rock, TX 78664.
The center’s hours are: MTWF 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, and Thursday 12:00 to 8:00 pm.
Volunteer needs include:
- Client advocates
- Resource organizers
- Clerical workers
- Classroom teachers
- Meals/snacks for Thursday night class trainings
- Also accepting donations of diapers and other pregnancy items.
Austin Disaster Relief Network is a non-profit organization that exists to bring hope into crisis. Austin Disaster Relief Network unites a network of Christ-centered churches from across the Greater Austin area with members who are trained and ready to respond when disasters occur.
Volunteers are needed for clean-up, recovery, emergency response, administrative support and to shepherd families from crisis into recovery and connect them to a local church community. Check out the current training opportunities on the website!
Children of the King is a Christian Children’s Ministry for children that just need a friend or that are from parent-absent homes. The children enjoy play-time, a hot meal, learning life skills, and a Bible story in a family setting. We meet Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30-7:30pm, and Fridays 5:30-9pm. The children also enjoy Small Groups, Camps, and Adventures.
Education Connection helps fight illiteracy and school dropout rates. Last school year, more than 966 volunteer literacy partners and mentors served nine school districts across Central Texas, sitting down with elementary students each week for 30 minutes to read one-on-one. With the program growing rapidly and with more and more children in need of special attention, there’s a place for you to make a difference in a child’s life and education. Consider investing just 30 minutes a week in a school near you, and bless the life of a child.
As a discipleship ministry, God of Hope’s mission is to teach and model Christ’s love through an intense, focused exposure to His truth. We believe that the love of Jesus Christ, combined with His truth, produces hope (Love + Truth = Hope).
Our goal is to see two groups of people growing in Christ and living with hope: Inmate and Volunteers.
They currently have requests to open additional dormitories, and are responding to these requests as the Lord blesses this ministry with more volunteers and more financial resources.
God of Hope operates very efficiently, with only three paid staff members and over 100 Christian volunteers who selflessly donate their time and skills to disciple prison inmates through teaching, facilitating small groups, mentoring and coaching.
Empowering Juvenile Offenders Across Texas makes a positive difference in the lives of juvenile offenders across Texas by empowering them to find purpose and personal growth through a relationship with Christ.
This ministry offers the following opportunities to get involved:
- Driving & Delivery
- Job Skills Training
- Meals & Snacks
- Professional Services
- Graphic Designers
- Tutoring & Mentoring
Round Rock Area Serving Center provides a food pantry, Round Rock Coats for Kids, clothing & furniture vouchers, Computers for Kids, community gardens, The Volunteer Center, adult computer classes in English & Spanish, a charity thrift store, and more.
This ministry offers the following types of volunteer opportunities:
- Driving & Delivery
- Food / Clothing Pantry
- Job Skills Training
- Pack & Sort
- Professional Services (Front Desk)
RRASC accepts donations of food, clothing, household items, furniture and computers Monday through Saturday 8:00 am–4:00 pm.
Distribution is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00am–1:00pm & Saturday 10:00am–12:00pm.
For more information call Round Rock Area Serving Center at (512) 244-2431.
Simple Sparrow Care Farm collaborates with community partners to provide trauma-informed educational and therapeutic care farm programs and services for all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to Learn + Grow + Heal.
Several evidence based methods, including TBRI (Trust Based Relational Intervention) and NMT (Neuro-Sequential Model of Therapeutics), are integrated into practical farming lessons for rich somatosensory experiences, relational connections, and meaningful education.
We consistently evaluate our programs and services to determine the efficacy of our care farm model which contributes to national and global care farming research.
Not sure where to serve?
If you still want some help figuring out where you can serve, you can fill out our Serve form for upcoming opportunities!