Voluntary service opportunities
Service can have a broad definition; it may include a year-long commitment with Mennonite Voluntary Service or volunteering once a month at your local Boys and Girls Club. This page contains links to numerous local, national, and international service opportunities.
Local organizations with service opportunities
ADEC provides a full range of services dedicated to helping people with physical and developmental disabilities live fuller, richer, more meaningful lives.
Boys and Girls Club of Goshen
Working to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
Locally owned and operated by MCC Resource Center. Volunteers can help sort, package, and process donated good for distribution overseas.
Goshen General Hospital
The local hospital is part of the larger Goshen Health System, providing primary care, pharmaceuticals, urgent care and extended care. Many opportunities exist for volunteering at the hospital and learning more about medicine and health.
Goshen Adult Literacy Program
Many dedicated volunteers provide one-on-one tutoring for adults who are reading below an eighth grade level, as well as classes in English as a New Language, Spanish, math, and basic computer skills.
In keeping with its Mennonite heritage and philosophy, the mission of Greencroft is to provide facilities, services and programs for older adults, their families and community.
Indiana Lakeland Girl Scouts
Providing a comprehensive, informal education program which addresses the needs, concerns, and interests of girls ages 5-17, Girl Scouting helps girls to be their best today and tomorrow.
LaCasa of Goshen
Works with individuals and community partners to create opportunity for personal growth, family stability, and neighborhood improvement.
A non-profit therapeutic horseback riding center that strives to change the lives of challenged children by maximizing their abilities and minimizing their disabilities.
Focused on meeting the needs of persons with developmental disabilities, they operate homes for long-term residential care, short-term care, and an inter-dependent community.
Mennonite Mutual Aid
Serving more than two dozen different denominations, MMA provides financial and insurance services and planning to individuals and organizations. Use your professional skills in a Christian setting.
The organization provide comprehensive mental health and addictions services and believes in treating the whole person — mind, body and spirit.
A local ministry for the elderly and other individuals on a limited income. Includes a food pantry, clothing closet, and small kitchen serving meals.
Service opportunities throughout the US and abroad
A network of local, state, and national service programs that connects more than 70,000 Americans each year in intensive service to meet our country’s critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment.
Charity Guide promotes opportunities to make a difference that are entirely flexible and immediately actionable. Make a difference in 15 minutes or even learn about “volunteer vacations.”
Action Without Borders connects people, organizations, and resources to help build a world where all people can live free and dignified lives.
International Volunteer Programs Association
Find links to non-governmental organizations involved in international volunteer work, funding opportunities, and informative publications.
Meals on Wheels
National organization delivering meals to senior citizens. Service opportunities exist around the U.S. and likely locally, too.
Mennonite Camping Association
A non-profit organization. Membership is open to camps, retreat centers, churches, other organizations and individuals who want to support the Mennonite-Anabaptist tradition of camping as part of the church’s ministry.
Mennonite Central Committee
MCC seeks to demonstrate God’s love by working among people suffering from poverty, conflict, oppression, and natural disaster.
Mennonite Mission Network
A mission agency of the Mennonite Church USA. Explore service opportunities in more than 50 countries.
Mennonite Urban Corps
MennoCorps is designed to connect human resources to urban need. Talented college and university graduates are invited to experience a year of service and leadership in the city.
A U.S. Government agency placing U.S. citizens in foreign countries. Volunteers work in a variety of fields, including agriculture, community development, education, business, health, and natural resources.
Servant Leadership School – Discipleship Year Program
Live intentionally in Christian community in Washington DC, serve in inner-city placements, and learn to balance the outward journey of justice and service with a contemplative inward journey.
Search thousands of volunteer opportunities located in countries around the world.