There's a place at Metropolitan Ministries for our clients, and there's a place for those who want to help them, too. It takes all of us, with our own unique skills and resources, to answer the call to help those who just can't make it without you.
We need and cherish the gifts you are ready to share, in a way that suits you best. Not everyone who shares the mission of Metropolitan Ministries is comfortable working directly with clients, or is able to make that regular, weekly commitment. Some volunteers find that short-term, project-based involvement is the right fit for them.
Many gifts, one Spirit. Thank you for sharing in all that it takes to provide help right here, right now.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
On Tuesday September 18, 2012, Louise came to Metropolitan Ministries and shared the story of her experiences. >more
Sally Durand, Chairman of the board of Metropolitan Ministries, speaks to her experience in Chattanooga
It's not news to our clients that "food insecurity" has soared in the past couple of years. Clients who suffer from "food insecurity," simply stated, don't have enough to eat. As of last November, nearly 50 million people in this land of plenty were classified as "food insecure," according to the USDA. >more