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We are in need of the following volunteers as soon as possible:

Front Desk Person for Cornerstone Mission: This person would work a four hour shift from 8:00 am to noon or noon to 4:00 pm answering the phones, taking messages and/or signing guests in who need assistance or are visiting the shelter.

Errand Runner:  We need someone once or twice a week to run errands like picking up items needed to operate the shelters. You can set your own day a week and the time you want to volunteer.

Clothing Closet:  This person would be responsible for going through the donations of clothing, washing the clothes, folding them and arranging them in the closet. Monday through Thursday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. One day, or more for any amount of hours would be a blessing. Also responsible for assisting walk-ins in need of clothing.

Pet Fostering:  It is very difficult to separate a homeless person from their pet.  If we have a family to foster their pet, for up to 90 days, we have a better chance at getting the potential resident to self-sufficiency, including housing.  The knowledge of their pet being cared for temporarily until they can be reunited with them is imperative to their path to self-sufficiency.  If you are interested in pet fostering please call Cornerstone at 928-757-1535 so we can put you on our list.

Driver for Diana's Faith House:  The ladies who stay with us at Diana's Faith House need transportation to pick up  job applications or to return them. They also need to be dropped off or picked up from appointments. If you would like to volunteer to drive a certain day of the week at a certain time, please let us know.

Narcotics Anonymous Facilitator:  We have had an NA class at Cornerstone on Tuesday eveing at 7pm for almost 10 years. We sadly have lost our faciltiator  and need to find a replacement. If you are interested, please call us at (028) 757-1535.

Monday through Friday we have merchandise and food from WalMart that needs to be picked up and delivered to Cornerstone Mission. Sometimes it's one car load, other times it could be three car loads. You can volunteer for one, two or five days a week.

We are always in need of cooks and servers.  We serve approximately 60 to 80 people who are hungry in Kingman each night from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.  If you would like to cook either by yourself or with a team, we suggest preparation begin around Noon. You can purchase the food and donate it for the meal, or we can provide the food for preparation. You can cook and serve or just cook or just serve.  Servers would be needed from about 3:45 pm until about 6:00 pm.  If you would like to cook or serve, please call Cornerstone at (928) 757-5312 to schedule a time.

You must have Food Handler's Permit to work in our soup kitchen. Classes to obtain this permit are ongoing. Call (928) 757-0901 for more information or sign up at the Environmental Helath Offices at 3250 Kino Ave.

If you have a professional skill, area of special knowledge or even a hobby you would like to share with our management or those we serve, please let us know.
We welcome the generosity and creativity of volunteers with access to funding, and will gladly work with you to develop a special day of service or a time to teach your skill during the week. For example, some groups fund painting days, enabling us to renew hallways, dining areas and meeting rooms. Others have taught our residents how to make cards or to be creative writers, sharing their stories on paper. Finding a hidden talent, or encouraging a talent can bring great joy to the residents.

We are always looking for an opportunity to help the residents of our community discover Cornerstone Mission and Diana's Faith House.  If you would like an uplifting presentation about the good work being done in Kingman, and the opportunity for you to participate, please call Lisa Beauchamp at (928) 715-3344 so we can schedule the opportunity to speak at your group into our calendar.

We rely on donated food and clothing in order to meet the needs of our residents. Last year we served 2319 with clothing and 18,849 with meals in our soup kitchen.

We gratefully accept food donations 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Dry and canned goods are best, but we are usually able to accept even prepared foods, as long as it is fresh with the packaging intact.
Most needed clothing items are: Jeans (especially small sizes for men), sweaters, socks, underwear, shoes, warm coats, hats and gloves. Business attire for those reentering the workforce. We supply clothing to men, women and children. Depending on the season the need changes, and we will keep this site updated as to the need.
Consider doing a food or clothing drive at your congregation, organization, workplace or school. Any time of year is a great time to help the homeless. Please let us know if you’d like to plan a drive so we can get the information on our website and in our newsletter.