Local Missions Partners

Serving is not something we do to check off a box, but rather it’s a lifestyle to adopt. Our goal and prayer is that serving in your community would be an integral part of your life.Whether you are wanting to serve with your Group or you are individually looking for a way to serve, this is a great place to start. To find out about organizations in your community that we partner with, start by selecting your Hillside Campus. Then, to serve locally, fill out this short form and select "Local Missions."

Amarillo West

A Time to Share provides Christmas presents for elderly with no family or no means to have Christmas. We provide brand-new, winter wear and some household items. These items include, but are not limited to sweatsuits, gowns, pajama sets, house shoes, and bath/kitchen towels.

Serve with ATTS
Who: Anyone, Small Groups
When: Times vary, see contact below
What: Box and wrap gifts for each elderly person. As well as deliver gifts the first Saturday in December.

Contact: Pennye Fitch


The mission of Hope Choice Pregnancy Centers and Mentoring Programs, an outreach ministry of Jesus Christ, is equipping parents, teens and pre-teens to live lives of purpose, ministering to pregnant women and providing support to women and families through education and resources.

Serve with CareNet
Who: 18+
When: Times vary

Contact: Pennye Fitch


DWC is an outreach ministry that provides safe housing, Bible-based education, and employment opportunities for single mothers and women recovering from various addictions.

Serve with DWC 
Who: 18+ (unless with a legal guardian) 
When: Variable 
What: Sort and hang clothes at one of their thrift stores, cook a meal for the ladies at Haven House, or help answer phones at their main office.

Provide meals for homeless 3 times a day, 6 days a week. They also provide shelter, programs, and clothing for those struggling with drug and/or alcohol addiction.

Serve with Faith City Mission 
Who: 18+, Small Groups 
When: Variable 
What: Serve meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner), sort through donations, and also help during chapel services before each meal. 

FCA focuses on serving local communities around the globe by engaging, equipping and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire and change the world through the gospel.

Serve with FCA 
Who: Anyone
When: Times Vary

The mission of Heal the City is to provide quality urgent care for the uninsured of Amarillo. They also have a vision to share Christ’s love and hope with patients and volunteers alike. They host a Monday Night Clinic that is completely run by volunteers. They have a high need for Spanish Translators. Volunteers must fill out an application and meet all requirements per their website. 

Serve with Heal the City
Who: 18+, Always in need of Spanish Translators
When: Varies

Providing homeless women and their children with shelter and support while guiding them towards a lifestyle of self-sufficiency.

Serve with Martha’s Home 
Who: 18+, Small Groups 
When: Variable 
What: Help with social activities and tutoring or assistance with home maintenance and general mentoring. 
Mission Amarillo exists to improve the lives of people in poverty in the Amarillo area. They run a year-round shoe closet and have three different mentoring programs.

Serve with Mission Amarillo 
Who: Anyone, Small Groups 
When: Variable 
What: Mission Amarillo needs volunteers to help with our shoe closet, as well as our two annual fundraisers- FamFest in May, and our annual banquet in October. We also need mentors who want to have an impact on a young man, young lady, or new mom. 
Sharing Hope exists to assist women who are incarcerated, who are post-offenders, or who reside in addiction rehabilitation facilities. Sharing Hope provides Life Recovery Bibles, Bible studies, and prayer correspondence to these women. They also have a weekly jail ministry within Amarillo’s County jails, and they operate Patsy’s Place which is a transitional home in Amarillo. They are passionate about sharing God's love and hope through the teaching of His word and the equipping of life skills.

Serve with Sharing Hope 
Who: Anyone 
When: Monday-Friday 
What: Grocery shopping, assist with cooking, host a gathering for graduates, donate a bible to be included in holiday baskets, provide hygiene or paper items.
Snack Pak 4 Kids is on a mission to end weekend hunger for children and teens living in the Texas Panhandle. They provide children with brand-new, brand-name food for the weekend so they are prepared to learn on Monday morning.

Serve with Snack Pak 4 Kids
Who: Anyone 
When: https://www.sp4k.org/volunteer-to-make-a-difference 
What: Pack weekend meals for children to take home on Fridays. 

Mothers helping mothers. The mission of Third Strand is to provide safe donor breast milk to healthy nursing babies who have lost a mother or whose mother is unable to breastfeed due to a serious or life-threatening illness.

Serve with Third Strand 
Who: Anyone, Small Groups 
When: Variable