Hundreds of Elevation Church volunteers are mobilizing to serve the Melbourne/Space Coast community and partner with over
20 different organizations/schools in a nine-day blitz of service and generosity with over 80 events that will total approximately
4000 service hours.
MELBOURNE, FL —Elevation Church Volunteers are eager to get busy during another LOVE Week! It starts this Saturday, July
23th and runs through July 31st.
Hundreds of local volunteers are signed up to collaborate with over 20 different organizations/schools to help with projects
ranging from packing hygiene kits, sorting and packing food for those in need, packing and distributing backpacks full of school
supplies to families with children and so much more.
LOVE Week will offer great photo/video opportunities of volunteers serving with local non-profit partners.
LOVE Week started in 2010 as a Charlotte, North Carolina initiative to serve non-profits and raise awareness about local issues
like poverty, hunger, and homelessness. Volunteers served more than 10,000 hours that first year. 12 years later, partnering with
over 350 nonprofits in 139 different cities including Melbourne, Orlando, Tampa, Charlotte NC, Greenville SC, Columbia SC,
Roanoke VA, Toronto, Canada and many more.
Volunteers will be involved with many organizations like the Salvation Army, Crosswinds Youth Services, Love Inc. of Brevard,
South Brevard Sharing Center, Daily Bread, Sunrise Elementary, Turner Elementary, and many more. We are committed to
making sure every single volunteer has an opportunity to connect and understand how they can personally make an impact in
our community. We invite you to talk with them about their experiences.
For more information on specific Love Week events, please contact Chad Cooper.
Elevation Church in Melbourne is one of 20 Elevation Church locations, which also has campuses in NC, SC, VA and Toronto,
Canada, and is led by Pastor Steven Furtick. Elevation Church currently holds weekly worship experiences at 9:30AM and
11:30AM at Heritage High School in Palm Bay.