Life Remodeled

 

Life Remodeled is a registered 501c3 Nonprofit Corporation with the Mission: “Remodeling Lives… One Family at a Time!” We invite you to join us as we remodel the lives of 7 families in Metro Detroit this year. Each selected-family will receive the following, free of charge:

  • A Brand-New Home (Built in only 6 days)
  • Financial Training
  • Psychological Counseling
  • Spiritual Guidance

Not only will 7 families experience dramatic transformation, but we will also beautify the surrounding neighborhoods in each of the 7 cities. While Life Remodeled is not a religious organization, Chris Lambert (LR President) shares, “My greatest passion is to connect hundreds of thousands of Christians and non-Christians together in environments that are saturated with radically effective Gospel-communicating potential. Pro-choice or Pro-life… Homosexual or Heterosexual… Muslim or Atheist… many people agree that our mission of remodeling lives is exciting. For the Christ-followers who partner with us, Life Remodeled is in one sense “church beyond the four walls of a Sunday service.” Throughout the week, the Gospel is communicated with dynamic power and unique beauty. 

Regardless your worldview and lifestyle choices, we hope YOU will join us on this incredible adventure! “Get Involved” by registering on our website: http://liferemodeled.com/getinvolved/

 

Handyman Ministries

 

Handyman Ministries (HM) is a faith-based 501(c)(3) non-profit community revitalization organization dedicated to helping low-income individuals and families by providing residential homeowners with free home maintenance and repair services, energy audits, and efficiency upgrades as well as necessary home modifications for the physically disabled. Our mission is to ensure that every home is safe, healthy, energy efficient and habitable. Jesus said, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” and HM does just that by reaching out to the community by putting the Word of God into action by helping those in need. We believe that all people deserve to live in a suitable living environment and we strive to provide repair, modification and upgrade services to all whom qualify in order to create an environment where people can grow and thrive. HM provides its services to income-eligible clients who reside in our service district of Wayne, Oakland, or Macomb Counties, Michigan.

HANDYMAN MINISTRIES has collaborated with HOUSE of HELP and CITY MISSION to bring you:
THE JESUS’ RENAISSANCE PROJECT

The project will be a renovation of homes and a restoration of faith in God and humanity. We will also be hosting community barbecues for the neighborhoods focused on fellowship with one another in love as we share our testimony of the saving grace of our Lord.

Come be the hands and feet of Jesus as He revives the city through the renewing of all His people. No construction skills are required, just the willingness for serving the Lord by serving those in need.

For more information, please contact Tim Addy at (586) 443-6140 or by e-mail at info@handymanministries.com

Get Involved

There are numerous Metro Detroit organizations who are looking for people to serve. There’s much to be done! Below are just a few. Check back as we’ll be updating the list as new needs arise.

Dexter Tornado Clean-Up

Hands of Light in Action are coordinating volunteers for the Dexter Tornado clean-up. Specific needs in Dexter: Chain saws, back hoes/front end loaders for tree/stump removal, volunteers of all ages (families) with shovels and rakes to help put yards back together. Please contact Nancy Malone for more details
(734) 788-9230.

Soar Tutoring

As a volunteer in SOAR you will invest one hour per week to help a child in Detroit. September through May. Contact Info: colleen@soartutoring.org

The Greening of Detroit

Helps to beautify neighborhoods other areas by planting trees throughout the city. For more information go to www.greeningofdetroit.com.

Adopt-A-Park Program

The program provides opportunities for groups and organizations to participate in revitalizing the city. Citizens and community organizations commit to maintain their site for 12 months at a time. The Recreation Department will provide signs indicating the individuals or organizations that have adopted the location. For more information go to: http://detroit2020.com/2011/03/29/adopt-a-park

WOW (Winning Our World) JAM

An evangelistic resource fair sponsored each year by Abundant Care Training Services. This year’s event will take place on July 21, 2012. For more information contact Mike Wilson at 313-832-4770. Their website is www.actsimpact.org.

Hope Center Food Pantry

At Hope Center in Macomb, food assistance is provided to those living in Macomb County. For more information visit www.hopecentermacomb.org and fill out an application. Please call Lisa at 586-294-HOPE for further questions.

ChildHelp

Volunteers are needed to serve locally as mentors in various mentorship programs for this national agency which assists in the prevention and treatment of child abuse. For more information regarding the mentorship programs, please contact Candace Campbell via email at cacampbell@childhelp.org or call 248.353.0921. For more information visit: http://www.childhelp.org/

Westside Christian Academy and Detroit Urban Lutheran Schools

Has joined forces in an effort to keep Christian Urban Education alive in the City of Detroit. Volunteers are needed to assist in the evolvement and operation of this thrift store. Please contact Pastor Larry Cameron at (313) 506-5014 or Pastor Rod Revels at (313) 595-6593 or via email at acctax1@msn.com

House of Help Community Center

House of Help Community Center offers recreational, educational and social activities to adults and youth in Detroit, Michigan. The center also provides assistance to single parents and homeless individuals through food distribution and referrals to social service agencies. Please contact the House of Help Community Center at 313-766-6440 for further information or visit their website at www.HouseofHelpcc.org.

COTS (Coalition On Temporary Shelter)

Opened its doors to the homeless in 1982 in Detroit. Please contact Pat Oboza at 734-675-1985 to volunteer.

Kids Helping Kids Leadership Academy, Inc.

A unique organization that evolved from a 10 year-old’s simple idea and big heart to raise $240 in order to keep one Ghanaian child out of trafficking into a fundraising and leadership movement for global transformation. For more information visit: http://www.gcfb.org. You may also contact Pertrine Rambus at 313.923.3535 x231. Her email address is prambus@gcfb.org

Haven

A shelter whose mission is to end domestic violence. There is an extensive vetting process for volunteers. But they welcome volunteers. For more information go to their website www.haven-oakland.org.

Boys Hope Girls Hope

Helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become productive men and women by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college. For more information call Lidia Cauley at 313-862-0707 or email her at LCauley@bhgh.org.

Here’s Life Inner City

Last year in Detroit, Here’s Life Inner City worked with churches to collect the food supplies and distribute nearly 2500 Boxes of Love. For more information please contact: Jeanine Jamerson at 313-896-1510

S.A.Y. (Super All Year) Clinic Detroit

Founded by Mitch Albom and operated in partnership by Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, they are always looking for medically trained volunteers. Interested individuals should call Val Gokenbach at 313-510-8799

Young Life

An organization that reaches out to adolescents through volunteers, staff, club meetings, and camps by building meaningful relationships and mentoring opportunities. For more information visit www.younglife.org.

The Central Detroit Christian Community Development Corporation (CDC)

A non-profit, faith-based organization committed to empowering people and creating positive opportunities for the central Detroit community. For more information please visit http://www.centraldetroitchristian.org.

The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries

Provides evidence-based programs that end homelessness, promote sobriety and help individuals of all ages to be free and productive members of the community. For more information please visit http://www.drmm.org.

New Breed Sports Association and JJ’s Academy

Afaith-based, non-profit afterschool program dedicated to improving the lives of young people through the power of the Gospel. For more information, please contact Marion Irvin at 313-923-4159.

City Mission

Their mission is to break the cycle of generational poverty in Brightmoor by meeting the educational, physical and spiritual needs of children through mentoring relationships and outreach programs. Please visit http://city-mission.org.