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Outreach Opportunities


Hope Fest 2016

October 21-23, 2016

This is an annual event. This year, 2016, Vision Church purposely did not hold services this weekend in an effort to free everyone up to be able to participate in helping to serve God by taking care of under resourced and vulnerable people in our community. We hope to make this event a yearly standard for us here at Vision Church.


Casa de Elizabeth Orphanage

located in Imuris, Mexico

This is an orphanage that we have partnered with just about 2-3 hours south of us in Mexico. They are in need of food, repairs and visitors for the kids. If you are interested in learning more about CDE and how you can help contact Shane LaLama by emailing him at shanelalama11@gmail.com


Ethiopia/Roots Ethiopia

We have a special connection to Ethiopia due to the Roeder family and their daughter who they adopted from there. We had a mission team travel over to build some houses with the money we raised with Project Overwhelmed. That money also built churches in predominately Muslim areas where we are seeing many people giving their lives to Christ. A new team is forming for the Ethiopia Mission Trip of 2017. If you would like more information on how you can help to sponsor a child there, be involved or even join the team and travel email the Roeder family at skroeder123@msn.com


Sold No More

Mission: to end sex trafficking in Tucson, AZ

Their three-fold strategy to combat trafficking is awareness and prevention, enforcement and prosecution, protection and restoration. The annual Walk 4 Freedom for 2016 is Saturday, November 12th at Barndi Fenton Park. If you would like to be a part of the Vision team to walk this event go to www.soldnomore.org/w4f and sign up for the team "A Vision of Heaven".


Gospel Rescue Mission

Where homelessness ends and lives are restored

Our mission: to become the most effective life changing ministry in Tucson that serves the homeless and needy by providing for their spiritual, physical, emotional, and mental wholeness through the power of Jesus Christ.

For more information about how you can help with the Vision Team send an email to Scott Gnagy at oneco9_24@msn.com

Neighborhood clean up-beautify south Tucson


The Salvation Army Tucson

Doing the Most Good

Mission Statgement: The Salvation Army, an international movement,

is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church.

Its message is based on the Bible.

Its ministry is motivated by the love of God.

Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and

to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

For ways you can volunteer with the Salvation Army please click here.


Marana Community Food Bank

We have a long history of consistent, reliable program delivery, providing Southern Arizona with a multitude of food-related programs and services including emergency food distribution, child hunger programs, home and community gardening, farmers’ markets, and SNAP (food stamp) application assistance.

For volunteer opportunities call Linda at 520-682-3001 or email Karen Brown: kbrown@communityfoodbank.org


Hands of Hope

Since 1981, Hands of Hope, a Christian non-profit organization, has had the privilege of serving and supporting women who are facing an unplanned pregnancy. We believe everyone should have access to the proper care and knowledge they need to make the best decision when unsure about continuing with a pregnancy. Our team of devoted professionals offers confidential, non-judgmental support and counseling. We also recognize the necessity for every patient to be completely informed about their options, so they are empowered to make a decision they won’t regret. Finally, you can count on us to truly meet you at your point of need by listening and offering practical help. We care about you, we value you and are here to help you through this process. For more information click here.


Youth On Their Own

Every year, more than 62,000 children throughout Arizona find themselves displaced and unaccompanied through no fault of their own, ranking our state as the fifth worst state nationwide for child homelessness. Youth On Their Own – a 501(c)(3) dropout prevention agency – strives to eliminate these barriers to education and empower Arizona’s homeless youth to stay in school. For over 30 years, we have supported the high school graduation of this unique demographic by providing financial assistance, basic human needs, and one-on-one guidance. With the help of our supporters nationwide, we have empowered over 16,000 homeless youth to remain in school and pursue opportunities for self-sufficiency. To find out about volunteer opportunities you can click here.


Ronald McDonald House

During one of life’s most challenging times, the Ronald McDonald House helps you focus on what’s most important… family. Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) helps families with sick kids by giving them the gift of time, when time is at its most precious. A family far from home with a hospitalized child has many things to worry about. We believe that where they’ll stay and how they’ll afford it should not be among them. To help to cook a meal for the families staying here contact Lisa Darling at lisa.thevisionchurch@gmail.com


Habitat for Humanity Tucson

Habitat for Humanity Tuccson brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. To find out more about how to volunteer or all of the wonderful things they have going on, click here.


Casa de Los Ninos

Casa de los Niños promotes child well-being and family stability in our community. For more information please visit www.casadelosninos.org


Primavera Foundation

The Primavera Foundation provides pathways out of poverty through safe, affordable housing, workforce development and neighborhood revitalization.

For more information click here.


Church on the Street

Serving & Ministering to the homeless. Dedicated to preaching the gospel in our communities, so that lives will be changed by the power of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. For more information please click here.


Goodwill of Southern Arizona

The mission of Goodwill® of Southern Arizona has always been to provide a “hand up” to those looking to provide a better life for themselves and their families. We believe that jobs are transformational…and they can strengthen both the community and families through the POWER OF WORK. Not many people realize how much GOOD, Goodwill does right here in Southern Arizona. As a local nonprofit, Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona is committed to honoring our generous donors by giving back as much as possible to our community. In fact, 90 cents of every dollar we spend goes back into our mission of employment and job training programs and services. We are also a major employer in the area with over 500 fulltime jobs right here in southern Arizona. For more information about getting involved with Goodwill, for more information on how to get involved click here.


GAP Ministries

Our Mission is simple: Standing in the GAP for those in need. Bringing help to children, healing to families and hope to the community

GAP Ministries, a social service nonprofit serving Southern Arizona since 1999, Stands in the GAP for those in need in three

core areas: Family, Community and Ministry.

Come stand in the GAP with us for our community! YOU can be a part of what GAP is doing in Tucson and throughout Southern Arizona. You can impact the life of a child, of a family and of a community! Volunteer, pray, donate or even join our staff!

We are seeking couples and individuals who have a heart for children and are called to the ministry of caring for young people. Are you called to serve with GAP? For more information please click here.


United Way of Tucson & Southern Arizona

United Way is devoting itself to disrupt the cycle of poverty throughout Tucson and Southern Arizona. To do so together, we are building education from cradle to career, providing financial stability for families, and improving the overall health of our community. To find out how you can be involved click here.


World Care

Provide humanitarian reliefe by recycling surplus materials

Over the last 20 years, World Care has distinguished itself as the go-to organization for providing populations in need with humanitarian aid in the form of health, education, and emergency supplies. We support more than 170 organizations and countless individuals across Tucson and Southern Arizona. Our commitment to recycling, which is a major revenue source, will remain the foundation of the World Care model. Our doors are always open to take in donations from the public and local area businesses so that we can provide no-to-low cost materials to those in need. For information on how you can be involved please click here.


Pima Animal Care Center (PACC)

As our community's only open-admission shelter, we have the largest selection of adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens waiting to meet you. This is also the only government funded shelter for ALL of Pima county. Open-admission means no animal (dead or alive) is turned away. Volunteers play a vital role in helping the more than 20,000 pets who pass through our doors every year. Our volunteer program is growing, and these amazing individuals contribute an average of 50,000 hours of service per year! Volunteers help Pima Animal Care Center rescue, protect and save countless lives. Simply put, the shelter could not accomplish what it does without our amazing volunteers! Please consider joining our team and help make a difference in your community today. To see the many options for volunteering please click here.

There are also opportunities for groups walks for the dogs.


Humane Society of Southern Arizona (HSSA)

Our Mission: Acting with compassion and responsible stewardship through innovative programs that serve pets and the people who love them.

Our Vision: A community in which all pets are cared for and loved.

Today, we work to give the best care to each homeless pet that comes through our doors. We go to extraordinary efforts to ensure all pets get care and love from our staff before they go to the homes where they will be cared for and loved for the rest of their lives. For more information on how you can be involved please click here.


Hermitage Cat Shelter

For 50 years, The Hermitage has been dedicated to the shelter, protection, and care of homeless cats,especially those that are often not considered adoptable by other organizations. We are both an adoption facility and long-term sanctuary. For more information on volunteering please click here.


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