We believe that one of the marks of Christ-followers is their willingness to live beyond themselves to serve others. When people have a direct, hands-on experience, ministry becomes real….the statistics have names, faces, stories. Something glorious happens when real people engage with other real people. Come and experience community and transformation!

Now SERVING

Post Falls Food Bank Mission

To support those in need of hunger relief in our surrounding areas through a united community effort.

If you’re interested in volunteering call: #208-773-0139 or email info@postfallsfoodbank.org

Ongoing Events

Adopt-A-School Program

Provide one-on-one attention to a child who needs help with reading, math or just staying on task, or help with special events or programs. Visit us online at http://lakecity.church/adoptaschool/ for more information.

CDA Backpack Program

CDA Backpack program helps feed hungry kids in school whose families may be experiencing financial hardship and do not have a dependable food source.  Visit our webpage to learn more!

Lake City Community Food Bank

Lake City Community Food Bank demonstrates Christ’s love by providing food to the hungry in our community who are in crisis and need short term assistance.  For more information, visit us online or contact Joyce Dexter at 676-0632 x134.

 

Food Bank

Senior Help Ministry

People who have aged well are blessed! Now you can help them to feel blessed by sharing God’s love with them in tangible ways.

Senior Help Ministry

Heritage Health Homeless Outreach

Heritage Health’s Homeless Outreach Program strives to provide medical and social services to our underserved friends and neighbors.

Exciting news! Heritage Health Homeless Program has an additional NEW LOCATION to better serve friends and neighbors.  It is located at 109 E. Harrison Ave., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814. The new location includes: day center, exam rooms, showers, counseling, food pantry, clothing, personal hygiene items and warm friendly smiles!

NEEDS: They could use some help in organizing and possibly installing some storage cabinets in their supply room. If you or your life group are interested in serving please contact Joey at 208-215-1009.

Community Organizations in Need of Volunteers

These organizations need volunteers on an ongoing basis. Feel free to contact them directly.

OrganizationWebsiteContactPurpose
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)www.casaforchildren.org208-6403046 or CASA Supports and promotes court appointed volunteer advocates for abused and neglected children.
The Village at Orchard Ridgewww.theorchardcda.org208-664-8119Provides a faith-based, loving home that honors older adults
Children's Villagewww.thechildrensvillage.org208- 667-1189Provides a safe, loving, nuturing and healing home for children. Those children who have been abused, neglected, homeless, or are in a severe family crisis may be served.
Discovery Christian Day SchoolNA208-664-0848Non-profit Christian based child care center
Elder Helpwww.elderhelpofnorthidaho.org208-661-8870 To assist senior citizens with limited resources live comfortably and independently by providing needed services through caring community volunteers.
Habitat for Humanitywww.northidahohabitat.org208-762-4663Building houses that are simple, decent, and affordable to low-income families around the world. Brush with Kindness is another program within Habitat that helps with maintenance and upkeep of existing homes for low-income families.
Idaho Youth Ranchwww.youthranch.orgLeslie Morland 208-377-2613 lmarston@youthranch.orgProvides troubled boys a bridge to a valued, responsible and productive future.
Kaleidoscope-2nd St Commonswww.kaleidoscopecs.orgGar Mickelson 208-699-2250 or Gar.mickelson@kaleidoscopes.comA "community living room" where people of all different types and backgorunds can come together in a common space. We serve coffee and sandwiches, free of charge to those in need.
Kootenai Humane Societywww.kootenaihumanesociety.comVicky Nelson 819-2812 development@kootenaihumanesociety.comDedicated to the welfare of all animals; it is a no-kill animal shelter whose vision is to create lifetime friends through adoption.
St. Vincent DePaulwww.stvincentdepaulcda.orgJanet Brock 664-3095 janet@stvincentdepaulcda.org or Scott Ross (Maintenance Director) 964-2809 scott@stvincentdepaulcda.orgServes the poor and homeless in our area. They are the largest homeless serving agency in the region.
Union Gospel Missionwww.uniongospelmission.org208-665-4673Residential recover center for women and children.
Ramsey Elementary Homework HouseJosette 208-755-4139Helping the growth of our community by enriching the lives of our children.