Sharing your time and talents is one of the most meaningful ways to bring God’s love to those who are battling addiction, struggling to provide for their families, or relearning to live in society.
Whether you’re looking to serve on your own, engage your workplace in service, or connect your church to the local mission field, there’s a place for everyone!
Sign Up To Volunteer
If you are a NEW volunteer interested in serving on an individual basis, please complete our Volunteer Application. Once your application is received, you will be contacted to set up a tour of our facilities, to talk more about your interests, and to learn about your next steps.
If you are a RETURNING volunteer, please email us at email@example.com to reconnect.
Interested in engaging your group?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (205) 432-1089 to learn about available opportunities and to get started!
Collect items needed to provide care and support to participants of our programs.
Help to restore and revitalize indoor and outdoor areas throughout our properties.
An opportunity to fellowship men and women in our program by hosting various activities.
Create Your Own
Customize your own day of service depending on time of day, number of participants serving, and serving preferences.
Thrift Store Thursdays
Allow our program participants to attend weekly chapel services by assisting with tasks at our thrift stores on Thursday evenings.
Support those seeking healing and restoration through the simple act of prayer.
Mobile Food Pantry
Support local impoverished families by delivering basic pantry staples through our Mobile Food Pantry.
Create a welcoming environment for families to receive basic necessities needed during a crisis.
Teach a Skill
Share your talents and skills with men and women eager to learn new things.
Guide program participants through their recovery by becoming a mentor for the men and women in our addiction recovery program.
Employment Resource Coach
Help men and women prepare to thrive in their professional life upon graduation.
Sponsor a Meal
Nourish bodies by providing dinner to groups of program participants.
Lunch and Love
Serve lunch to our program participants at our Fairfield Thrift Store and show them a little extra love during their work day.
Be an ambassador to your church, business, school, etc. by serving as The Foundry liaison for that particular group. Receive monthly ministry updates, facilitate serve opportunities, communicate the mission of The Foundry, and more!
Sweet Treat Thursdays
Prepare and serve sweet treats of your choice to program participants following Thursday evening worship service.
Prepare a hearty breakfast for graduates on graduation Sundays.
Bring some pizazz to each room at our women’s center by decorating bedroom doors.
Hearts of Hope | February
Serve at our annual women’s fundraising event by becoming a table hostess, assisting the marketplace auction, providing table numbers at registration, and more.
Leadership Breakfast | May
Host a table at our annual men’s luncheon.
Boxes of Hope | November
Boxes of non-perishable Thanksgiving meal items are distributed to families in need throughout our local community. Supporters use a provided shopping list to fill empty boxes and we then distribute these boxes to our neighbors in need.
Adopt a Table | December
Create a family-style Christmas event for the men of our recovery and re-entry programs.
Gifts of Hope | December
Generous supporters help to provide Christmas gifts for the children of our addiction recovery and prison re-entry participants. Gifts are purchased and donated to us based on the needs of our participant.
Helps us celebrate different holidays throughout the year by bringing some decorative cheer to our buildings. Holidays include Easter/Spring, Memorial Day/Summer, July 4th, Thanksgiving/Fall, and Christmas.