County Corrections Gospel Mission grew since its inception and the ministry implemented programs that can only make a lasting impact on its target audience with the involvement of many workers. Volunteers make up the majority of this work-force and they are the proverbial unsung heroes who donate countless hours of skilled and unskilled labor without receiving any reward in return. The statistics of hours donated by volunteers during previous fiscal years substantiate this statement: 4736 in 2011 and 5416 in 2012.
This volunteering is often organized and scheduled in a group context or simply done by an individual who responded to the ministry’s needs. This labor is applied in a wide variety of areas including maintenance of the facilities, administration, preparing and serving food, mentoring inmates and youth, counseling and preaching. Explore opportunities to volunteer at County Corrections Gospel Mission here and contact us for more information.