To become a Freedom volunteer please complete and submit a volunteer application!

For more information, email or call (515)282-4822. (We require that volunteers are at least high school age)


K-12th Grade Programming

Elementary Mentors | Elementary mentors work with kindergarten through 5th grade students once or twice a week during meals, play time, Bible time, and/or small groups, and tutoring.

Tutors | Tutors assist middle or high school students for 1-2 hours per week with homework assignments and literacy, much like a tutor. Ministry staff will assist you with school information and materials to help each student.

Class Instructors and Assistants | Class instructors prepare and lead group classes for 3-10 middle school or high school students. Classes may encompass things like woodworking, cooking, art, singing, photography, and sports. Classes occur once a week for about 8-10 weeks, and you can lead (or assist) one session or continuous sessions throughout the school year.

Small Group Leaders | Small group leaders facilitate faith-directed conversations with 3-7 middle school or high school students once a week for 1-2 hours, covering topics provided by staff. Small group leaders help youth think about Jesus Christ, their faith, and learning to go to God with problems and celebrations in their lives.

Transportation | Transportation volunteers use one of Freedom for Youth's 15-passenger vans or their own personal vehicles to transport youth to and from Freedom programs.


Other Opportunities

Administrative | Volunteers can assist Freedom for Youth staff preparing mailings, data entry, and other office-management tasks as needed.

Advisory Board Member | Serve as a representative for a statewide Freedom Center by providing oversight and feedback, helping with fundraising, volunteer recruitment, etc.

Advocate | Freedom Advocates are a voice to their community on behalf of the ministry. They share about volunteer opportunities, special events, and donation needs at Freedom for Youth within their church, workplace, social organization, and/or school.

Communications & Marketing | Volunteers gifted in communications, marketing, graphic design, photography, and so forth are vital in communicating the vision of Freedom for Youth Ministries to the public.

Maintenance Ministry | Skilled volunteers are needed to assist with the routine upkeep of our campuses.

Prayer Warriors | The Freedom for Youth prayer team lifts up and intercedes for the ministry and its students, staff, and volunteers on a regular basis.

Silver Cord Program | High school students participate in MVPS (Ministry Volunteer Program for Students) with our elementary program to earn Silver Cord hours for high school.

Ready To Get Involved

“I love how we boldly proclaim the whole Gospel at Freedom for Youth! I have enjoyed getting to know all the students and look forward to sharing the good news with them every week!” - Nicole, Volunteer