Thank you for stopping by to see ways to get involved.
Open Door Community House relies on volunteer support to raise awareness, serve our clients, provide leadership at annual events, and participate in a variety of special projects. Start by going to our contact page, filling out your information, and the area you would like to volunteer.
For more information on specific opportunities for volunteer service, please contact Ellen Moore. Volunteers working more than once are required to have a background check for $25.
Call 706-323-5518 or visit our office for a volunteer application.
ODCH Safe Sanctuaries – click here.
Your support helps Open Door Community House continue to serve those most in need of love and hope. We cannot continue to do what we do without generous contributions of goods, resources, and time from our community
Matthews Promise Academy – read to the children, provide individually wrapped snacks & bottled water, provide & assist with art & crafts and STEAM project supplies, backpacks, school supplies, and gift cards to Walmart. Contact Marlon Sharpe @ email@example.com for more information.
Circles in Columbus – become an Ally, provide & serve a meal once a month for group meetings, provide gift cards to Walmart, or sponsor a graduation celebration. Contact Barbara @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Virginia D. Jackson Transitional Home for Women – provide a Bible study group, provide supplies & instructions for a craft, provide gift cards to Walmart, or provide a meal. Contact Andrea @email@example.com for more information.
Volunteers may lead or assist our children and youth with arts and crafts, sports and recreation, reading or math tutorials, homework help, and/or serve and clean up for Kids’ Café. No special skills are required (except a love for children!) but if you have a special skill or interest you’d like to share or teach, we will gladly work with you to do so. Adults may volunteer in all areas of children and youth ministries after undergoing a background check, drug screen, and Safe Sanctuaries Training. For more information on the Mathews Promise Academy contact Marlon Sharpe at 706-323-5518 or by email.
Circles in Columbus has a need for volunteers in a variety of areas including meal sponsorship and serving, working with children and teens, serving as an Ally for a family making the move out of poverty or offering a special skill or resource to a family to help in their transition. For more information about volunteering with Circles in Columbus click here.