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Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission

Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission is Looking for Front Desk Volunteers

Looking to volunteer in Martinsburg, WV? Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission is looking for front desk volunteers. Our front desk volunteers help answer the phone, collect information from donors, and interact with those needing assistance. We need volunteers for both morning and afternoon shifts. Volunteer hours available for the front desk are Monday – Saturday from 8:30am-4:30pm. Call us at (304) 263-6901 for more information.

Looking for Volunteers to Work in Our Kitchen for Food Prep and Serving

Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission is seeking groups and individuals to help in our kitchen. Volunteers would enjoy helping prepare and serve a meal for those in need throughout the community. We serve around fifty for breakfast, one hundred for lunch and one hundred for dinner. Our mission serves three meals a day seven days a week. If you are a business, church group or civic organization, contact us today.

Thrift Store Volunteers Needed at Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission

Would you like to volunteer at our thrift store? Our thrift store is the perfect place for someone who loves to interact with the public. Those who volunteer help customers with questions, keep things stocked and organized, and spread the Salvation message. Volunteers are needed Monday – Saturday 9am-4pm. If interested in becoming a volunteer, contact us at (304) 263-6901 or fill out the form below. Please note: A “no” answer for the Criminal Background Check automatically disqualifies you from all volunteer opportunities.

Volunteer Application

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Berkeley County Health Department requires all volunteers in the kitchen to be free from the Hepatis-C virus. By typing your name and birthday, you affirm you are clear of the Hep-C virus.
I give Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission and its approved agencies and individuals my unrestricted permission to reproduce, distribute, and publish all interviews, photographs, and video or audio recordings taken of me while associated with Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission. (please type name and birthday in agreement)
Confidentiality can be a life or death issue for some guests at Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission. No information about a Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission guest can be given verbally, in writing, or electronically to anyone else. The value of connecting and building healthy, wholesome, and Godly relationships between volunteers and guests/residents is encouraged. It is important that these relationships be developed carefully, spiritually, and physically. These vulnerabilities are often not readily visible. Do you agree to abide by Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission’s Confidentiality agreement? Type name and birthday if you are in agreement

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