One of the most rewarding ways to get involved with Interfaith Hospitality Network of Warren County (IHNWC) is volunteering. There are many ways to volunteer at IHNWC, including meal preparation, construction, even moving furniture. For those interested in meal preparation or staying overnight with the families, contact our office to get in touch with a host or support organization.
Community Service requirements can be fulfilled at IHNWC. Graduating seniors, National Honor Society Students, and others with community service requirements are all welcome. If you would like to work with us, call the office to create a schedule!
IHNWC also teams up with local organizations 15-20 times a year for volunteer workdays. The types of work performed on these workdays varies greatly; volunteers can participate in construction, cleaning, holiday gift preparation, and more. Skilled and unskilled volunteers are always welcomed (and always needed!). Below you can find detailed information on how to volunteer with our Heaven & Hearth Furniture Ministry, or our East Street Renovation project. If the physical type of work is not for you, contact our office to see what other philanthropic opportunities are available.
Heaven & Hearth Furniture Ministry
The Heaven & Hearth Furniture Ministry operates every Saturday, and volunteers are always needed to assist picking up furniture, and keeping the store organized. IHNWC welcomes groups of volunteers who participate on a weekly or one-time basis. Heaven & Hearth relies entirely upon the assistance of volunteers to stay in operation. If you would like to help continue to make this wonderful resource available to the community, please call the IHNWC office to set up a time.
In 2017, IHN is expanding in order to increase shelter capacity by 100%. Skilled laborers are needed in order to complete the renovations necessary for accommodating families. If you (or someone you know) may be interested in lending a hand or sponsoring the project, please contact Linda Rabolt at , or simply use the Contact Us page.
Students from Kings High School gather for a photo after a long day of work constructing shelves in the Heaven & Hearth furniture ministry.
A local Eagle Scout leads a team of volunteers in mending structural issues on the East Street building.
Resurrection Lutheran Church gets to work painting the East Street building.