The Las Vegas Rescue Mission has been serving people in Southern Nevada since 1970. In 2017, we will be blessed to have over 19,000 volunteers that come alongside our ministry 365 days a year to care for hurting people. We simply cannot open our doors without our volunteers. Thank you for your unselfish commitment to be a part of a team that changes lives. The volunteer experience will change your life and the life of the people you serve for the better.
Be Part of the Team
Please take a moment to learn about the different ways to be part of the team:
- Residential Lunch
Join us in serving our Recovery Residents a delicious lunch.
- Volunteer Shift: 11:30am – 1:30pm
- Shifts: Daily
Join us in serving our homeless community a delicious dinner.
- Volunteer Shift: 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
- Shifts: Daily
Join us in serving our Recovery Residents a delicious dinner.
- Volunteer Shift: 6:15 pm – 8:15 pm
- Shifts: Daily
Join us in sorting, pricing donated items that are offered to our community at a reduced price and our homeless community for free
- Volunteer Shift: minimum 3 hours, email email@example.com for shift days/times
Call (702)382-1766 ext.1249 for volunteer shift days/times.
- Teach GED Classes
- Computer Training Classes
- Assist with Chapel Service
- Facilitate a resume workshop
Variety of Drives
Specific to time of year (Example is a water bottle drive).
We are very flexible in helping our groups be creative and help design drives that can be done to help us serve the needs of our community.
- Mentoring our residential recovery clients
Weekly – call (702)382-1766 for shift days/times.
- Join our team to come alongside our recovery residents and make a difference in the lives of men and woman who are seeking positive influences
- Life Skill Training
Call (702)382-1766 for shift days/times.
- Join our team to teach the needed daily skills of living that are vital to the recovery process
Other Types of Support
- Helping with landscaping
- Help with campus beautification
- Help sort and count donations
- Pray for the mission
Upon joining MGM I wanted to be a part of something bigger than me. When Chef Brad and I volunteered at the Rescue Mission it enabled us to help our community and hopefully enrich the lives of the people we help. We are both so thankful that we get to be a part of something as great as the Mission.
~ Sean-Michael Longstreth – General Manager – Olives Restaurant – Bellagio
What is the time commitment to volunteer at LVRM?
Depending on the area that you serve will determine the length of time that will be needed; opportunities range from one hour to half or full day; the average shift is 2-hours.
How old do I have to be to volunteer?
Families are encouraged to serve together. Age 10 – 17 must be accompanied by an adult who serves alongside them.
Age 18 and over no adult supervision is required. Large groups are asked to have leaders with the group for supervision.
Are there requirements regarding appropriate dress to join the volunteer team?
LVRM is a recovery-based Christian ministry. We ask that each volunteer have closed-toe shoes for safety and clothing be of modest nature. We ask that pants and appropriate shirts be worn (no tank tops).
How do I sign up to be a part of the volunteer team experience?
This is one of the few places in Las Vegas that is designed to actually help families in need. The staff is amazing with beautiful hearts and understanding spirits, and in the end, you get the help you really need. God bless all the staff and volunteers at the Rescue Mission!
~ La King – Google Review
Volunteering at The Las Vegas Rescue Mission has given me an opportunity to help people that are in a position of need. I myself have been in this position before. The Mission provides me a safe and reliable place where I am able to give back to my community and provide encouragement. They are very caring and involved with the people that are attending there and make me happy to see a place that is dedicated to uplifting the community.
~ Elizabeth R.
I am honored to participate in the efforts and overall mission of the Las Vegas Rescue Mission. This organization truly pours life back into the community through many different services. Not only have I personally volunteered with my family, but my organization, The JYD Project has also been a partner.
I would encourage the community, both helpers and those in need of help, to visit the Las Vegas Rescue Mission!!
~ Jerome “JYD” Williams