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Last Week to Sign Up for ForColumbia 2022!

By Shelly Mayer, ForColumbia Director Our annual day of serving is less than three weeks away, and this is the LAST WEEK to sign up to serve and to be guaranteed a ForColumbia 2022 T-shirt and lunch. Prior to Covid, 2019 saw over 2,400 volunteers all over our city, serving their neighbors in a single […]

Planting Flowers, Growing Relationships

By Lauren Eisleben I’ve always had a brown thumb. I really, really want it to be green, but no matter how hard I will it, it’s mostly brown. When I was a college freshman, I gave a speech in my Intro to Speech class on “How to Have a Green Thumb.” (I was overly ambitious, […]

Why I Serve Alongside ForColumbia Year After Year

By Gretchen Shults, ForColumbia Exec Team In 2016, the second year of ForColumbia, my pastor asked me if I wanted to serve as the spokesperson for our church for an upcoming day of service. He mentioned in our brief conversation the simplicity of the ForColumbia mission: To partner with other Christians in our community to […]

Working Side-by-Side: Distant Past and Present Day

Phil Steinhaus, CEO of the Columbia Housing Authority, has been a resident of Columbia since 1968 and is able to provide a unique perspective on ForColumbia’s annual day of service.

FAQ for Volunteering with #ForColumbia2019

Hi, everyone! As we begin recruiting volunteers for the work we’ve lined up to accomplish this year on Saturday, April 27, we wanted to provide easy answers to some of the most-frequently-asked questions we’ve gotten in the past. Individual/Family Registration Now Open: SIGN UP NOW How can I make sure I am assigned to serve […]