So many times, when people are in need of help, they are treated like nameless, faceless numbers. At CHC, our volunteers actively work to create an environment where people are acknowledged by name and are known for who they are, not defined by their need. Our spiritual care volunteers meet with each client to extend friendship, compassion, and encouragement to each person who comes to CHC. Volunteers offer prayer and the good news of Jesus to anyone who would like to receive it.
This one-on-one time enables CHC’s volunteers to form meaningful relationships with the individuals and families we serve and offer them not just relief for from hunger and need, but a sense of well-being and connection within the community at CHC.