Come out and be a part of impacting a community for Christ!
Raleigh Dream Center has many ways to engage in impacting communities in Raleigh.
This is RDC’s biggest and easiest outreach to get involved in. We meet in communities to play with kids, give away food, and build relationships that we believe will be transformational. It happens every 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm.
Raleigh North/Millbank Court – 1500 Raleigh Blvd., Raleigh
Casa De Luna Apartments – 3819 Bonneville Ct., Raleigh
Washington Terrace – 1951 Booker Dr., Raleigh
McMakin Street – 620 McMakin St., Raleigh
The Oaks Apartments – 544 Lipscomb Ct., Raleigh (launching February 2018)
Moore Square – 212 South Person St., Raleigh
(Homeless Outreach / Meets in front of Oak City Outreach)
Are You A First Time Adopt-A-Block Volunteer? Please Sign Up!
Dream Team Volunteer Opportunities:
If you would like to learn more on how you can serve on a Dream Team, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adopt-A Block Dream Team:
AAB Dream Team Members – Signed Statement of Faith, bimonthly 4 hour commitment plus quarterly meeting commitments. Committing to a particular location to help support the efforts in bringing hope and relationship to the residents through the message of the Gospel. Can serve in whatever area of preference (food line, prayer team, door-knocking or kidzjam).
AAB Drivers – (same as above). Comfortable with driving a large vehicle of supplies to a community. Assists in leading volunteers in how to unload/load supplies.
AAB Prep & Clean Up Team – Help for specific hours on the 2nd & 4th Saturdays. Volunteer team that can help load all supplies into vehicles from 8-9:30 AM before an AAB. Clean up team would clean and organize supplies after AAB from 1-2 PM.
Site Leader – Signed Statement of Faith, background check, bimonthly 4 hour commitment plus quarterly meeting commitments. Main leader of a particular location, leads opening and closing huddle, has a true shepherding heart and love for their community residents and their volunteer team members.
Assistant Site Leader – (same as above). Assists Site Leader in any duties and makes sure all volunteer/resident sign-ins and the AAB report is filled out.
Prayer Leader – (same as above). Passionate about leading other volunteers in how they can listen and pray for the residents of the community.
Food Line Leader – (same as above). In charge of set-up and clean-up of the food distribution line and leading volunteers in how they can assist.
KidzJam Leader – (same as above). Passionate about interacting with the children. Leads the KidzJam time with assigned curriculum and gathers other volunteers to assist.
Door-Knocking Leader – (same as above). Comfortable with leading volunteers in door-knocking and inviting residents to the Adopt-A-Block. Relays to Food Line Leader if any food deliveries are needed.
After School KidzJam Dream Team:
KidzJam Dream Team Members – Signed Statement of Faith, background check, every week on Wednesdays during the traditional school calendar, 3-5 PM. Committed to mentoring and building relationship with the children in the AAB communities.
Food Dream Team:
Food Bank – Every week on Wednesdays. Must be able to lift some heavy boxes. Help shop and pick-up food from the Food Bank and assist in organizing it into the RDC Food Pantry.
Occasional Pick Ups – Need a large vehicle or pick-up truck. Must be able to lift some heavy boxes. Occasional pick-ups of Food Drives hosted by churches, businesses or individuals.
Community Bible Studies:
Bible Study Dream Team Members – Signed Statement of Faith, background check, once a week at varying days & times. Committed to helping disciple the residents in a community bible study. Childcare helpers also needed.
Advocacy Dream Team:
In-Take Coordinators – Twice a week for a few hours. Assists the Advocacy Director with returning phone calls and emails for resource needs and inputs all data appropriately.
Advocacy Dream Team Members – Signed Statement of Faith, bimonthly 4 hour commitment plus quarterly meeting commitments. Commits to a particular family and visits them at every Adopt-A-Block for at least 6 months. Aids in meeting their tangible needs through our resources, as well as, connect them to partnering agencies/organizations, and to provide them with relational and spiritual support.
Organizational Dream Team:
Administration & Business – As needed. Help us stay organized by assisting with various admin. & organizational needs that help keep the kingdom work in action.
Development – As needed. Assist with grant writing or reporting, donor care and appreciation, and engaging the community in our cause through giving.
Events – As needed. Make our guest experience exceptional by hosting with excellence and care. Includes quarterly Orientation/Training events, Fundraising events or any Community events.
Contact us at email@example.com to get involved!