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Volunteer Training 

If you are interested in serving alongside Destiny Church and Tree of Life Ministries your first step is to attend a volunteer orientation. 

Click below for more information about virtual or in-person training opportunities.


Here are some ways we can reach out to serve and make an impact in our community. 

Tree of Life – In need of food and volunteers to drop off groceries to needy families. There are also many other volunteer needs. Please read this letter from Greg for more details.

Contact: Isabel Mayer

(703) 899-0410 (call or text)

The Children’s Guild $20,000 to feed homeless kids, simply Click Here and choose the giving category fund, Food For A Child.

This charter school non-profit has served at-risk children for over sixty-five years. One of their schools in Washington, DC has a student population that includes twenty-five percent of children who are homeless. Typically, the school is able to house these children, feed them and provide clean clothes for school. However, with the school closed due to government mandates, these kids are back on the streets of DC fending for themselves. The school has worked hard to keep in touch with the children, but many of them are going hungry. Usual means of finding food is not working right now. The Children’s Guild has decided to provide an open-air kitchen to feed all of these children right now, but they are in desperate need of money to purchase the food. They have estimated that the cost to feed these children for two months is around $20,000, and they are asking for help to do so.


Loudoun Care Givers –  In need of volunteers
Assisted Transportation for frail elderly and disabled adults who because of physical limitations are not able to use public transportation services. Services provided such as: Transport to doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping or errands, weekly phone calls – well checks, meal preparation, etc..

Contact:  Jennifer Love

(703) 779-8617  


American Red Cross – Blood shortage crisis. Give blood. Resource with large, indoor facility to host blood drives. 

Contact:  Andrea Tibbs

(703) 731-5122


Volunteers of America – Leesburg Homeless Shelter

In need of face masks, disinfectant wipes and Enfamil Neuro Pro formula  
Contact:  Linda

(540) 222-3744 (call or text)

Mobile Hope – In need for volunteers to make snack bags to send out, and snacks to provide for kids while they are out of school, such as: Chips, granola bars, poptarts, and crackers….etc.

Contact:  Jessica

(703) 771-1400