How to Volunteer

Please call 625-1500, or 

Email volunteer_cuoc@triad.rr.com



Volunteer Opportunities Available:

The Super Thrift Store is open Tuesday - Saturday and is located at 135 Sunset Ave! We have opportunities in the store working with customers and merchandise.  In addition, you can volunteer in the thrift store warehouse located at 930 S. Fayetteville St., where you can help sort and clean donations. Enjoy heavy lifting?  Donation pick up opportunities may be available weekdays.

In the benevolence area volunteers assist clients thru the client choice pantry, help in the reception area and with filing and other administrative tasks Monday thru Thursday.



 WANT TO MAKE YOUR COLLEGE APPLICATION LOOK GOOD??

How about scooping ice cream at the Thrift Store!

Want more?? 
Other opportunities also available 
with special events and food distribution.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Thrift Store Clerk
  • Thrift Store Sorting
  • Food Pantry
  • Special Events
  • Reception Office
  • Data Entry
  • Neighbors Helping Neighbors
  • Food Drives
  • Mailings
  • Prayer Team
  • Food Pickup
  • Remote Food Distributions
  • and more...
   For more information related to volunteer opportunities check the FAQs page!


Do you have a great idea for a special event to benefit CUOC?   






Grocery bags serve an important purpose to Christians United Outreach Center, as well as the volunteers who take the time to sort and roll them for us!  This is why we have put the Spotlight on the Bag rollers!  

The job seems simple enough, sort out the different size of bags, double the standard size grocery bags and roll them up.  However, having volunteers dedicated to completing this task is crucial to our food pantry remaining efficient.  

We have at least one volunteer scheduled for this job 4 days a week; Claudia on Monday, Kricket and Chad on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and Bobby on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.  These four volunteers stay “busy as a bee” (sometimes “busy as a Christmas elf” J) sorting, doubling and rolling bags and on the rare occasion we are out of bags (GASP!) they are all quick to find an additional task to keep themselves busy, such as sorting bread, making boxes, stocking shelves, and packing food boxes.  

This portion of our ministry grew in part, due to the dedication of Ms. Doris Richardson.  She volunteered in many different aspects with us during her time here, as she was here many days a week, including coming in on Monday and Friday specifically to roll bags.  She even worked on them while at home!  We thank her for her many years of service!  

These folks prove to be an example of perseverance to each of us!  “What else can I say”, they are just GREAT!