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Summer Love: MOVIES In The Park - Bellevue Downtown Park (July 24 | Lego Ninjago Movie)

July 24th, 2018

Serve our community with us!

We are partnering with the Boys and Girls Club of Bellevue to set up/ clean up and create a life-giving environment for Movies in the Park at the Downtown Bellevue Park for two Tuesdays in July!

July 24th The Lego Ninjago Movie

7PM Set Up! Set up includes: Setting up the Big Screen and Projector for the movie, a Champions Centre "Vendor" tent with games and giveaways, and creating a fun atmosphere!

11PM Clean Up! (after movie): Clean up includes: Post Movie tear down of big screen and lawn items into Boys & Girls Club vehicles.

Thanks for helping us serve our community and representing Champions Foundation & Champions Centre well!

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WORLD VISION - Fife, WA (July 28)

July 28th, 2018

Date: Saturday, July 28
Time: 9am - 12pm (noon)

Address: 4200 Industry Dr E Suite D, Fife, WA 98424

Available volunteer openings for this date: 20 people (side note, we may be able to open up more spots, depending on needs closer to the date)

World Vision is positioned to help resource many people in great need around the world.
As one of several World Vision warehouses located in the US, the Fife warehouse not only supports local needs on an ongoing basis, but also responds to needs globally, as they arise.
When our team serves on this date, we are planning to help sort and organize warehouse donations, stock shelves, and assist the warehouse staff with any other local/global needs that may emerge during the week of serving.

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YouthCare Seattle Feeding Homeless Youth (July 28)

July 28th, 2018

Dinners and Brunch For Homeless Youth

You can help prepare and serve meals to homeless youth in the city of Seattle!

When

Saturday (10AM-1PM)

Arrive early to sign in and begin to prep food,

When volunteers serve meals at the James W. Ray Orion Center, they enable staff to concentrate on what they're there for: serving youth.

If you would like to bring a $10 donation to help fund our meal we are preparing to serve, that's great!

Homeless youth • Off the streets • Preparing for life

YouthCare builds confidence and self-sufficiency for homeless youth by providing a continuum of care that includes outreach, basic services, emergency shelter, housing, counseling, education, and employment training. Join Champions Foundation volunteers to prepare and serve a meal for the homeless youth citizens in the city of Seattle. Contact the team leader for the next date and to get involved. Requirements: 16 years and older.

REQUIRED: 16+ years old.
All registrants are required to fill out a WSP background check authorization each year. If you need to fill out this authorization select the Volunteer w/ Background Check option. (If you have already done this for 2018, you can sign up for a new event simply by selecting the Volunteer option.)

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Blood Drive (July 29) Sunday at Tacoma Champions Centre 9AM - 2PM

July 29th, 2018

When disaster hits we can all do something. Why not do something before a disaster happens. Give Blood.

Look for the Donation site set up in the Parking Lot.

Please register for a time slot between 9am and 2pm. Each time slot to donate blood is 15 minute increments. You can let us know which time works best for you when you register.

This is hosted at the Champions Centre Tacoma Campus (1819 E 72nd Street, Tacoma, WA 98404)

Thank you for being a HERO!

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Social Saturday 'wear blue, run to remember' - DuPont (Aug 4)

August 4th, 2018

We will serve light snacks, water, coffee etc to participants. Participate in
run/walk. Set up tent talk about who we are and how excited we are to be
coming to the city of DuPont.
'wear blue: run to remember' is a national nonprofit running community that
honors the service and sacrifice of the American military.
'wear blue: run to remember' creates a support network for military members and their families; it bridges the gap between military and civilian communities and it creates a living memorial for our country’s fallen military members.
'wear blue: run to remember' exists for the fallen, for the fighting and for the
families.
● Lead: Stef James

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Rescue Mission Meal Prep (Aug 5)

August 5th, 2018

Volunteers get to help prep and serve meals at the Tacoma Rescue Mission Men’s Campus. Called the "Good Neighbor Cafe" We are feeding those who have no place to go and need some warm food.

Volunteer Time:
• Meet at the Rescue Mission at 4:00-6:30PM

ADDRESS: 425 South Tacoma Way Tacoma, WA 98402
Arrive a few minutes earlier to park and sign in with Champions Foundation Team.

What To Wear:
Champions Foundation Shirt, Summer Love Tshirt, or Hope-Love-Change Shirt, or wear a plain dark T-shirt, long pants, and CLOSED TOE SHOES. (kitchen safety).

• Have long hair? Wear it up & everyone wears a net on their head too

• WHO: Age 8 & UP
This involves partnering with the Good Neighbor Café which is the “front door” to many of the Rescue Mission’s facilities and programs, offering healthy, well-balanced meals to hundreds of homeless men and women every day.

About The Rescue Mission:
This is just one area of the Rescue Mission that serves over 1,000 meals each day. These meals represent hope and life to those coming through their doors. We know that a meal is often where relationships begin with volunteers and staff – relationships that we hope will eventually lead someone to enter into the recovery programs and change their life, for good!

This is the why we do what we do.

Tacoma Rescue Volunteers are also required to download and complete the attached waiver and WSP background check.

All registrants are required to fill out a WSP background check authorization each year. If you need to fill out this authorization select the Volunteer w/ Background Check option. (If you have already done this for 2018, you can sign up for a new event simply by selecting the Volunteer option.)

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S.P.A.R.K Kids Party (August 15)

August 15th, 2018

S.P.A.R.K: Special People Always Rise for Kids.

The Adams Street Family Shelter (part of the Rescue Mission) provide a secure place for kids, supportive help, and resources for families as they work through homelessness. This is a great opportunity for volunteers to bring a smile to their faces.
A S.P.A.R.K event is a party we throw for the kids at the shelter!

Join us and help bring an element of fun into the shelter for these children!

When:

Wednesday, 5:45-7:15PM Arrive prior if possible for sign in and set up.

Where:

Adams Street Family Shelter

2909 Adams St. Tacoma, Wa 98409
Near Hwy 16 and Union Street off of S 31st St

Theme: Keep your eye out for this month's party theme!

If you can be a part of adding to ideas, we always welcome new things.

We can't wait to serve together!

Other Serving Opportunities:

Second Wednesday of each month. Check our event listing to register for each month.

All registrants are required to fill out a WSP background check authorization each year. If you need to fill out this authorization select the Volunteer w/ Background Check option. (If you have already done this for 2018, you can sign up for a new event simply by selecting the Volunteer option.)

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Anti-Trafficking Awareness Team (Aug 16)

August 16th, 2018

Join in on the conversations!

This Anti-Trafficking Team is literally being a loud voice in our community and the Pacific Northwest. They bring about awareness and help to provide information that other organizations can then use.

This is a perfect opportunity to see what you could do by being a part of the conversation in stopping trafficking in our communities.

We are offering two options to gather that will cover the same content/discussions at two different times during the day. One mid-day, one in the evening

Where:
Champions Centre | 1819 East 72nd St, Tacoma, WA 98404

Times: (90 min)

11:30AM-1PM

6-7:30PM

Join a team who has created the Human Trafficking INFORMATION GUIDE – Pierce County PLUS. This is an opportunity to be a part of the grass-roots movement to end exploitation in our neighborhoods.

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"Adopt A School" Jubilee Day (August 25) at Spiritridge Elementary School

August 25th, 2018

When

August 25, 2018
8AM-12PM
Come early to park and sign in!
Wear your Summer Love shirt! We will have a limited about available for purchase at the event.

Where

Location: Spiritridge Elementary.
16401 SE 24th St., Bellevue, WA 98008 near I-90 & 405

What is this?

Jubilee Service Day 2018! Where several schools, houses and events are bringing volunteers together across the region.

We help all the teachers set up their rooms for the coming year. Hang the decor,
whatever they need-- we are there to serve the community.

What Ages?

All ages welcome- under age 12 need to be accompanied by an adult.

Champions Foundation Leads: Christy Butters & Carla Archambault

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Missions Trip Interest - We will send you updates

August 27th - December 24th, 2018

Interested in participating in a Missions Trip? Sign up and we will let you know once trips are confirmed. Below are the Tentative Dates

Tentative Dates:

Dream Center New York (TBD)

Middle East in the Fall -Limited Space (October)

If you have signed up for a previous event(s), use your same email to sign up;

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Missions Trip: Middle East (September 2018)

September 7th - September 15th, 2018

$3,295

Registration closes May 28th.

Apply to join this team as we have the opportunity to interact with Arab Muslim culture, assist in English conversation clubs, and take prayer & culture walks. Our free day will be spent visiting one of the 7 wonders of the world.

Included in the costs: Airfare, transportation, food and accommodations. International emergency/medical insurance.

Not included: passport fees, food in airports while traveling, trip souvenirs

Payments: Total Cost: $3275

Payment schedule:

○ First payment upon acceptance: $200

■ Due May 28th: $1,537.50

■ Due August 20th: $1,537.50

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Interest NYC Dream Center Trip with LeadX

October 7th - October 14th, 2018

This coming October, members of our LeadX program will have the opportunity to travel to NYC and serve alongside the team at the NYC Dream Center.

Registering here is to communicate interest in the trip, this is not a final registration.

Exact dates are TBD, travel will be a Monday-Sunday.

The New York City Dream Center was founded in 2009 as an offspring from the Los Angeles Dream Center. Compelled by a vision to impact all of New York City by addressing people’s physical, material and spiritual needs in unique and practical ways, the Dream Center currently reaches communities in East Harlem and Chelsea through its need-centered ministries and church services.

While visiting one of the greatest cities in the world, we will help support a ministry that is already making a difference. Inner city outreaches, distributing clothes and food to the homeless, assisting the elderly by cleaning and organizing their homes - these are all opportunities our team may get to be a part of, along with participating in bible studies and church services.

Cost: $1250

Included in the costs: Airfare, transportation, accommodations, ministry costs, breakfast

Not included: Money for lunches and dinners ($40 minimum recommended per day), extra money for shopping and tourism

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A21 | #WalkForFreedom (Oct 20)

October 20th, 2018

WALK FOR FREEDOM

Pray for Love | Children between the ages of 5-17 are victims of child labor.

Pray for Peace | 68% of human trafficking victims are trapped in forced labor.

Pray for Hope | Slavery is the fastest growing organized crime in the world.

Pray for Confidence | Victims need help not judgement or punishment.

Pray for Strength | The average age of a missing child who is exploited through sex trafficking is 15.

Yes, human trafficking is happening in your city and actually not far from your very own backyard. We are not going to be quiet.

By now it's clear that slavery will not end on it's own.

And if you are not sure what to do about that, why not start by showing up.

What will you choose to do on October 20?
Will you be a voice for those who cannot speak up for themselves?

What is this walk?

It's a very short distance you have to walk to make a loud noise.

Who can join us?

All AGES are welcome to walk. Under 14 years old we ask for someone 15 years of age or older be with the younger walkers.

We are hosting an A21 WALK "Walk For Freedom' Thanks to the leader and Founder @ChristineCaine. Come join us and even help to raise funds. Let's make some noise. N O T I N O U R C I T Y!

Use the hashtag #WalkForFreedom to spread awareness.