We need it all - from skilled master mechanics to those who can simply pass wrenches and keep tool boxes organized. ALL skill levels are welcome!
Assist and guide families enrolled in the program to complete the Crown Financial budget guide and foster accountability. Help us make sure the financial component is being followed and positive life choices are being made on spending and debt reduction strategies.
Assist in welcoming new families in the program to your church. Give encouragement and friendly introductions to key people at your church.
Avidly pray for Kingdom Cars and families enrolled in the program.
Assist in preparation and clean up of the shop and welcome area before and after Car Care Saturdays.
Help clean and prep the donated cars for their new families. Vacuum, shampoo and shine up the cars so they look like new!
While families are getting their cars repaired we'd like to offer some homemade snacks, friendly conversation and a meal to take home. Nothing says, "It's going to be okay", better than a friendly person handing out refreshments. If that's your gift - we need you and your baking skills!
Sometimes the families involved in our program may need additional resources. We want to offer assistance in areas from house cleaning to a home cooked meal, gift certificates for groceries and gift cards for things like school supplies and gas.
Many times families who didn't have a reliable car are forced to stay with a lower paying job based on location. Now with a running, reliable vehicle, we want to help them find the best job, not just the closest.
Often times, families have chosen smaller housing arrangements to save money. Once they've established and maintained a budget for a few months, they may be able to save money and afford a more appropriate living situation. We want to help offer resources for the housing search and guidance with government assistance programs.
We're going to need help organizing applications, scheduling appointments and keeping the ministry neat and tidy
Who doesn't need an hour to themselves. Most of these single moms can't afford a babysitter to even go grocery shop alone. Most small groups don't offer childcare. The gift of a few hours babysitting may be the best gift!