Outreach Projects continue the mission of our annual Serve Day throughout the year by demonstrating God’s love in practical ways. Every month, individuals and groups meet at various locations across our region to serve their communities through simple acts of service. To get involved, just decide if you’d like to join a project or lead one of your own.
Join a project
Help clean up a local park. Play boardgames at a senior care home. Build a wheelchair ramp for a church in need. Whatever the project may be, the outcome is the same: people and places made better with the love of God. Check out our available projects and see how you can make an impact.
Lead a project
Outreach Projects are created and organized by everyday people like you! If you know a person or an organization in need, you are perfectly positioned to lead an Outreach Project, so submit your idea today!
- Come up with a project you want to lead
- Click CREATE A PROJECT
- Log into your My Victory account (or create one)
- Complete the project idea form
*Please only submit projects you plan to actually organize and lead.
LOCAL PROJECT PARTNERS
Do you want to lead an outreach project but you’re still looking for an idea? Are you just looking to serve but you haven’t found the right project yet? Check out our local project partners! We’ve worked with each of these organizations, so we know they will give you a great opportunity to serve community members in need. Visit their websites, find a need that speaks to you, and either sign up to serve or create an outreach project around it. Help bring others closer to God through simple acts of kindness.
Light of Life Ministry
As a ministry of Jesus Christ, Light of Life will provide a home for the homeless and food for the hungry. They build disciples for the Kingdom of God among the poor, addicted, abused, and needy.Learn More >>
By changing lives one person, one family, and one block at a time, Urban Impact has been serving the youth of Pittsburgh’s North Side for more than 20 years. By working to meet the needs of the whole person through holistic community outreach, they bring transformative hope to all of Pittsburgh.Learn More >>
Glade Run Lutheran Services
Glade Run is committed to providing compassionate, trauma-informed care for children, adults, and families through programs that care for autism, mental health, education, and unique therapeutic services. They have two licensed private schools and offer programs on their historic Zelienople campus, in public school settings, in homes, and in community-based offices.Learn More >>
The Blessing Board
The Blessing Board fills homes with love by providing donated household furnishings to those in need at no cost. They simply desire to Give because of how much God gave to them.Learn More >>
Restoring honor and dignity to veterans who served our country, Shepherd’s Heart Veteran’s Home provides transitional housing for homeless veterans in the Pittsburgh Area.Learn More >>
Lighthouse Foundation is a Christian outreach organization meeting the needs of impoverish individuals and families in northern Allegheny and Butler County. They encouraging others to find hope in Christ, while meeting their immediate needs and empowering them towards self-sufficiency.Learn More >>
Women’s Center of Beaver County
Since 1976, victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence have found the help and hope they need at the Women’s Center of Beaver County. Their services are always confidential and provided free of charge. They provide crisis intervention, emergency shelter, counseling, legal and medical advocacy and prevention education.Learn More >>
Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County
Since 1981 the Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County has been the community’s response to violence and abuse, serving victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other serious crimes, as well as services to human trafficking victims. They also work to prevent violence and abuse through prevention education, intervention training, and public awareness.Learn More >>
Cray Youth & Family Services, Inc
For the last 30 years, Cray Youth & Family Services has aimed to meet the needs of children and families who are struggling in the Lawrence County community. They serve children and youth who are neglected, abused, delinquent, have a mental health diagnosis, and fail to comply with public school expectations, as well as those whose circumstances place them at risk for developing these behaviors. Cray also works with parents whose children are at risk for out-of-home placement or are working on reintegrating a child back into the home.Learn More >>