There are many opportunities to invest in the next generation at House of Hope Kansas City. If you are interested in getting involved in one or more of the following areas,
please contact us.
If you would like to invest in the academic development of our resident girls, we need consistent tutors in Hope Academy, our on-campus school. We especially need tutors for MATH! The girls attend school from 8:30am-3:00pm every Monday through Friday, year round. Volunteers can come once a month or every week. Many of our residents are behind in their studies or have not attended school regularly in the past and could greatly benefit from your tutoring assistance. If you are a retired teacher who taught art, music, physical education, culinary arts or personal finance, we would love to have you apply your experience here at the House of Hope KC.
"BIG SISTER" MENTOR:
Volunteer to invest in the life of our residents in a meaningful one-on-one mentoring relationship. Spend time listening, enjoying an activity, studying the Bible, and just being present. Big Sister mentors meet with their girls from 3:00pm and 6:00pm Monday-Friday or any time on the weekend. This is a great opportunity for individuals who are gifted in the one-on-one relationship and dedicated to caring for teenage girls.
We are looking for individuals who enjoy praying for others and understand the role of prayer in life transformation. The Prayer Team meets the 1st Thursday of the month at Noon.
HARVESTERS HELP/GROCERY STORE PICK UP:
We need assistance loading and unloading, as well as unpacking and putting away, our Harvesters food, or picking up grocery orders.
FACILITIES & GROUNDS:
Office Help: Filing, Archiving, Organization, etc.
Event planning with various fundraising events
Mailing Team (Newsletter & Fundraising)
Residential Care Coordinator
The HOHKC Residential Care Coordinator reports to the Residential Care Manager. This position requires a responsible individual with leadership qualities. They should excel in domestic custodial care. Custodial care will encompass supervision, guidance and discipline of adolescents residentially placed at House of Hope. The individual will demonstrate the ability to develop spiritual growth, lovingly correct attitudes, plan leisure time activities, and teach personal hygiene and basic living skills.
Daily shifts range from 4-8 hours with a total of up to 20-25 hours/week. Opportunities for Overnight shifts are also available for those that do not have daytime or evening availability