Servants Connects People In Need With People Who Want To Serve!

Servants' 600+ active volunteers serve by using their skills, gifts and experiences in providing home repairs and maintenance services for low-income older adult, disabled, and single parent homeowners through Home Helps; delivering help to disaster victims and recovery efforts through U.S. Disaster Recovery; by teaching extreme poverty-ridden families and communities in Guatemala to achieve a sustainable lifestyle through Serving at-Risk Families; and by planning and coordinating short-term mission trips across the U.S. and around the world.

Love Your Neighbor

There is a house in your neighborhood, you know the one. It is dilapidated with broken windows. There are weeds growing everywhere and it would need numerous gallons of paint to help the exterior of the home. But, someone lives in that house. You may never see them. They have little income from Social Security but nothing else. They are confirmed to a wheelchair forcing them to live on the first floor of this two-story home. The bathroom, installed in 1960, only has a bathtub with no shower thereby making the homeowner take sponge baths. Each month this homeowner needs to choose between food, a warm home or medications. 

This is not an unusual story in our communities today.  Unfortunately so many of those in need have been turned away from home repairs they need and cannot afford. There are literally millions of Guatemalan families who live on $1.50 a day, caught in a poverty cycle that began generations before them with no hope of breaking the cycle.

Servants year-end "Love Your Neighbor" fundraising campaign was created to raise $175,000 for Servants Core Mission. Jesus told us in Matthew 22 that the second greatest commandment is to "Love your neighbor as yourself." In part partnering with Servants, you can help your neighbor across the street, across the country, and around the world.

Make your tax-deductible donation to Servants now. By doing so, you are making a powerful and loving statement in putting your neighbors' needs first.