Serve the City
Frontline partners with local ministries and non-profits in our city to love people and push back darkness. Learn more about our city partners below.
Frontline specifically partners with Community Market through volunteering and specific funding and resources.
What they do: Community Market offers a free source of food to individuals and families throughout Pottawatomie County. The Market offers a shopping experience where the client can choose food they enjoy. Through a one on one shopping experience with a volunteer, the client receives education and relationship to encourage healthy choices.
Ways to serve: Volunteer with Community Market. This can range from shopping with clients, packing food boxes, and stocking.
Frontline partners with Community Renewal through joining members to the We Care team, as well as supporting specific needs that arise.
What they do: “We help Pottawatomie County combat the loneliness epidemic by fostering connection at the neighborhood level, through a network of neighbors, as well as school campus programs.”
Ways to serve: Join the neighbor to neighbor network! By joining this network you will make intentional steps to know and care for your neighbors.
Frontline partners with Hope House through a number of supply needs, such as school supplies, games, and meals.
What they do: “The mission and purpose of Youth and Family Center is to serve as a beacon of hope for families by providing a variety or services which promote positive changes designed to improve the health of our community by strengthening families.” Hope House offers many resources to families, as well as offering an emergency shelter for children from birth to 18.
Ways to serve: Hope House accepts specific volunteers that serve children by spending time with them, cooking meals, Bible studies and whatever else is needed!
Frontline specifically partners with Legacy Parenting with a variety of needs from supplying diapers and donations to specific funding.
What they do:“Building stronger, healthier families through education, resources, and mentoring.” Legacy Parenting serves families and single parents through free parent education, mentorship and resources from pregnancy to age 5 regardless of income. Parents can earn and receive diapers, formula, clothing and much more for their children.
Ways to serve: Serve as a Client Mentor volunteer, Diaper Packaging volunteer, Legacy Store volunteer, and larger work days.
Frontline specifically partners with Mission Shawnee by supplying specific items and funding. We also partner to help serve lunches every third Sunday to people who are impoverished.
What they do: “Educate and Equip individuals through mentoring relationships rooted in the love of Christ.” Mission Shawnee serves individuals in Shawnee through the Adopt A School program, Summit Mentorship Program, Bison Buddies, and Summer Lunch programs.
Ways to serve: Volunteer in the Summit Mentorship or Summer Lunch Programs.
Frontline partners with Project Safe through funding, donations, and immediate service to families that range from meals to games and toys.
What they do: “We are a certified program that offers a range of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking services in Pottawatomie and Lincoln Counties, as well as assistance with filing a Protective Order. We also operate an emergency shelter for victims of abuse who are not safe.”
Ways to serve: Project Safe accepts specific volunteers revolving around administration, childcare, data entry, donation support, education, gardening/lawn care, production/content curation, and miscellaneous other responsibilities.