Look below for ways to use your gifts and talents to serve within Women's Ministry at Austin Ridge, within the city of Austin, or around the world.
Event Planning Committee - For those who like to throw a party! Committee members help with:
Social Media Influencer - If you are active on social media, consider helping with the following:
Missions Connections - Do you have a heart for the underserved or unreached? You can:
Study Facilitator - Partners of Austin Ridge who love to study and share God's Word:
Sunday Connections - Perfect for the outgoing, greeter type.
Administrative Prep & Support - Great for those with a little free time during the workday.
Austin Disaster Relief Network
ADRN is a network of more than 190 Greater Austin churches and thousands of trained volunteers, enabling church members to organize, prepare, and respond quickly in the event of a disaster. Currently, ADRN is assisting the City of Austin and the Capital Area Medical Operations Center to immediately distribute 20,000 DIY masks to area caregivers and essential personnel.
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Click here for more information about Prayer Hotline volunteer need
Central Texas Food Bank
Food banks are another essential operation and will remain open. The CENTRAL TEXAS FOOD BANK provides food to nearly 46,000 people each week, and the need continues to rise as unemployment increases.
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FOSTER VILLAGE serves the children and families in the child welfare system to help create opportunities for the community to be a "village" of support around these vulnerable and underserved children and families. The best way to serve them now is by praying, sending HEB, Walmart, or Amazon gift cards, or purchasing items from their Amazon Wishlist that will be shipped directly to them.
Amazon Wish List
Send e-gift cards to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Heart of Texas Pregnancy Resource Center
HEART OF TEXAS PREGNANCY RESOURCE CENTER believes that love brings real hope for expecting parents even in a situation that may seem so hopeless in the moment. Their services include pregnancy tests, limited ultrasounds, individual support, resource help, and medical referrals at no cost To help with much-needed maternity and baby items, shop and donate from their Amazon Wish List. Purchased items will be shipped directly to them.
Click here to view the Amazon Wish List
Community First Meals
Every Thursday, members of Austin communities provide hot, homemade meals to the residents of COMMUNITY FIRST! VILLAGE – a tiny home/RV village housing formerly homeless persons. We’d love to have Austin Ridge women commit to providing food and/or serving one Thursday a month. Not only is the food often very needed by the residents, but the knowledge that someone cared enough to prepare a home-cooked meal and the opportunity to sit and eat in fellowship with their neighbors and the volunteers who serve. God has blessed us with this amazing opportunity to be a part of the Community First family.
If you would like to either provide food (you will have the opportunity each month to sign up for either a main dish, side dish, fruit/salad, or dessert for 20 people) or to attend and serve dinner at 6-7:30pm, please email email@example.com to be added to the information email.
Red Oak Hope
RED OAK HOPE: TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM is dedicated to bringing freedom, hope, and restoration to survivors of sexual exploitation. They work to stop trafficking and exploitation on a large scale, while simultaneously providing holistic care. Programs exist both internationally and locally in Austin, TX.
Click here to view the Amazon Wish List
India Gospel League
INDIA GOSPEL LEAGUE is a church-planting organization in India that seeks to bring the Gospel to the unreached people of rural India. Over 90,000 village churches have been planted in the past 25 years. Their mission is carried out through 4 specific programs: Evangelism & Church Planting, Children's Ministries, Medical Outreach, and Rural & Economic Development.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org