Volunteer with Faith-Based Groups in Austin, TX

Opportunities to volunteer with churches and other religious organizations in Austin and its surrounding areas


Texas Reach Out Ministries

About Texas Reach Out “Texas Reach Out is a faith-based 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization specializing in alternative housing for those released from prison and those who are homeless as a result of unsuccessful reintegration into society after an extended prison stay. We serve those who have made a serious commitment to change their lifeContinue reading “Texas Reach Out Ministries”

Imagine Art

About Imagine Art “Imagine Art is a Christian ministry, a 501c3 nonprofit, established in 1996. We operate a creative space where 65+ artists are engaged in our community, accessing 9,500 square feet of studios and galleries.  We offer specialized supports tailored to empower artists with disabilities to create art.  Non-disabled players engage as working artists in our studiosContinue reading “Imagine Art”

Marbridge Foundation

About Marbridge “Marbridge is nestled on over 200 acres,  just 13 miles south of downtown Austin, Texas. Marbridge provides a distinct alternative to group homes for adults with intellectual disabilities, offering a full spectrum of services tailored to individual needs and abilities. Each of our three communities — The Ranch, The Village, and The VillaContinue reading “Marbridge Foundation”

Shalom Austin

About Shalom Austin “Shalom Austin is the hub of Jewish life in Central Texas. Through our cultural values, we provide services and resources to connect, empower and impact the community locally, nationally and around the world.” https://shalomaustin.org/shalomaustin Volunteer Opportunities Neighborhood Outreach Organizers YAD Board & Outreach/Welcome Ambassador BBYO Advisor Jewish Culture & Education Israel TaskContinue reading “Shalom Austin”

Samaritan Health Ministries

About SHM “We provide medical, dental, women’s health care, mental health care and pharmaceutical services to people who have no health insurance.  If you are uninsured and live in Williamson or Travis County, we can help you!” https://www.theshm.org/servicesservicios.html Volunteer Opportunities Administrative and office support Spanish interpreter Medical volunteers wanted: Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, RegisteredContinue reading “Samaritan Health Ministries”

The Salvation Army Austin

About The Salvation Army “The Salvation Army’s USA National brand promise is ‘Doing the Most Good’. We are best known for the Red Kettles and Angel Tree programs at Christmas, Family Stores and Family Store Donations and Pick-Up Scheduling information, and perhaps our work during times of disaster. However, what many people do not realize is that the very motivation for ‘Doing the MostContinue reading “The Salvation Army Austin”

Trinity Center

About Trinity Center “Trinity Center grew from the concern of parishioners of St. David’s Episcopal Church for people experiencing homelessness, their downtown ‘neighbors,’ who were living in shelters and on the streets near the church. Trinity Center was founded by volunteers and is based on a model of action through volunteerism. Since its inception inContinue reading “Trinity Center”

Street Youth Ministry

About SYMin “We are a ministry of about seven full and part-time staff members who work with homeless young adults through age 28. We provide all sorts of practical helps like food, clothing, and self-care products, but the most important thing we do is personalized and accepting guidance counseling. With guidance and some extra time,Continue reading “Street Youth Ministry”

Mobile Loaves & Fishes

About MLF “Mobile Loaves & Fishes (MLF) is a social outreach ministry that has been empowering communities into a lifestyle of service with the homeless since 1998.“ https://mlf.org/us/ Volunteer Opportunities Community First! Village: There are numerous volunteer opportunities available at this housing community for formerly homeless Austinites, including property beautification and connecting with residents. TruckContinue reading “Mobile Loaves & Fishes”

The Next-to-New Shop of St. David’s Episcopal Church

About the Next-to-New Shop “[The] Next-to-New Shop of St. David’s Episcopal Church [is] a consignment shop and outreach ministry sponsored by St. David’s Parish. Our consignment shop has been operated by volunteers from the central Texas community since 1959. Next-To-New is a tax-exempt corporation pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and operatesContinue reading “The Next-to-New Shop of St. David’s Episcopal Church”

Hill Country Community Ministries

About HCCM “Founded in 1983, Hill Country Community Ministries is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, a coalition of churches assisted by area businesses, civic organizations, service clubs and concerned individuals that provides food, clothing and other assistance for people in crisis and those living in poverty in southwest Williamson and northwest Travis counties. Our goal isContinue reading “Hill Country Community Ministries”

Interfaith Action of Central Texas

About iACT “Interfaith Action of Central Texas exists to build healthy relationships between the faith communities of Central Texas. iACT cultivates peace and respect through interfaith dialogue, service and celebration.” http://interfaithtexas.org/about/ Volunteer Opportunities Hands on Housing Raise the Roof: Join a big housing repair event to fix the homes of senior citizens and disable individualsContinue reading “Interfaith Action of Central Texas”

El Buen Samaritano

About El Buen “For 30 years, El Buen has been building healthy, resilient and vibrant communities by addressing the physical, social and emotional wellbeing of families. We do this by offering coordinated medical, literacy, food stability and spiritual support services to promote healthy behaviors for the family. Unlike other healthcare settings, El Buen provides allContinue reading “El Buen Samaritano”

St. David’s Foundation

About St. David’s Foundation “St. David’s Foundation works to improve the health and well-being of our most underserved Central Texas neighbors using our resources to reduce health inequity, increase access to healthcare focused on the whole person through integrated care, and support Central Texans in taking an active role in their health and healthcare needs.”Continue reading “St. David’s Foundation”


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