Crisis Control Ministry is a volunteer driven organization. When you volunteer at Crisis Control, you make a difference in people’s lives as you help families and individuals in desperate need get back on their feet.
Weekly Positions: Three hours can change the world for a family in our community! And many of our volunteers tell us their three hours per week change them too. We need 75 people each day to fill many different positions at our Winston-Salem and Kernersville offices. We need interviewers, pharmacy assistants, and food room workers to name a few.
Special Project Positions: If you don’t have three hours a week to spare, there are still volunteer opportunities for you at Crisis Control Ministry. We always need help with Hope du Jour, the Food Drive at the Dixie Classic Fair, Holiday Honor Card sales and other annual events. Other episodic opportunities include but aren’t limited to food drive assistance and bulk mail processing.
Because we have such a wide variety of opportunities, we’re certain you will find the perfect one for you.
To Begin the Process: Please complete this Volunteer Interest Form. Once received, you will be contacted to discuss your becoming a part of Crisis Control Ministry.
If you’re not sure what job might be best for you or are hesitant for any reason, please contact Vicki Jones, Director of Community & Volunteer Relations, for a no obligation tour! You can reach Vicki at 336.201.5290 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe you will enjoy the friendly atmosphere of the ministry and we hope you will be able to find your place here with us.
Crisis Control Ministry received this certification after completing an extensive assessment, over 20 hours of training and coaching, and an extensive internal planning and change process to better integrate volunteers into our human capital strategy. By achieving this level of excellence and certification, CCM is now better equipped to leverage the time and talents of volunteers to meet our mission.