VOLUNTEER WITH MISSION MISSISSIPPI

Would you like to volunteer? We would love to have you work with us at our home office or during our next event.

Volunteering with Mission Mississippi is a great opportunity to be involved in racial reconciliation and healing.  It’s a unique opportunity to be a part of a Statewide movement and meet people of different demographics.

Volunteers are a vital part of Mission Mississippi
and our work of racial reconciliation throughout Mississippi.

Volunteers are a vital part of Mission Mississippi and our work of racial reconciliation throughout Mississippi. As we expand and grow, we continue to need volunteers to work in our Home Office in Downtown Jackson, during our two annual events and in our increasing number of local chapters.

To Volunteer in our Home Office (840 East River Place, Suite 506, Jackson, MS 39202, in front of the YMCA on Fortification Street), please contact the office at 601.353.6477 or complete the VOLUNTEER FORM below. Office Volunteers help with mail outs, copying, phone calling, filing and various other office duties.

“I volunteer because doing the right thing is the way we do business at Atmos Energy and it’s so rewarding to support Mission Mississippi.”

 – Paulette Ross, Sr. Administrative Assistant, Atmos Energy

TO VOLUNTEER FOR OUR NEXT EVENT, PLEASE CONTACT THE MISSION MISSISSIPPI OFFICE.

You may call 601.353.6477 or complete the VOLUNTEER FORM. Event Volunteers help as greeters and ushers, attend the registration area, take up tickets and most importantly create a welcoming atmosphere for those attending the event. Event Volunteers are asked to arrive 1 and a half hours prior to the event and wear a white top and black pants/skirt. We also recommend nice, but comfortable shoes.

If you would like to volunteer with Mission Mississippi please fill out and submit the following form:

“Volunteering with Mission MS has been such a rewarding experience for me. Not only has it allowed me to network, but it also allowed me to give back in a multitude of ways. In addition, I was able to apply my skills and knowledge as a future social worker. It is such a honor to say I was one of the smiling faces that made Mission Mississippi’s events warming and inviting”

 – Shameca Dotson, Social Work Major, Jackson State University