Partner with Us to Reach Children for Christ
God has uniquely gifted you to serve!
By serving year-round with Samaritan’s Purse through Operation Christmas Child, you will be a part of proclaiming the Gospel in more than 100 countries. Use your talents and abilities together with other volunteers around the world to bring Good News and great joy to children in need and their families through shoebox gifts.
Volunteering year-round is not a full-time job but our teams work hard, set big goals, and rely on God to meet them.
- Walk through an application process to ensure placement in the role best suited for you.
- Serve on a team with others—right where you live now!
- Dynamic training from Samaritan’s Purse, designed to develop you for ministry.
- Exclusive conferences complete with worship, workshops, and networking opportunities.
- Online courses designed especially for your role.
What role might be a fit?
Please consider serving in one of the following roles below.
Our leadership roles focus on recruiting, leading, and developing teams of volunteers in order to accomplish the mission of the Operation Christmas Child project.
Church relations team members build and cultivate relationships with local Christian churches and work to mobilize and equip them to share the hope of Jesus Christ and help fulfill the Great Commission through Samaritan’s Purse and Operation Christmas Child.
Logistics volunteers welcome shoebox contributors at local collection sites. These volunteers serve as the face of Operation Christmas Child as shoebox donations are dropped off and begin their journey around the world.
Prayer is critical to all we do at Samaritan’s Purse. Operation Christmas Child prayer team members spend time interceding for the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through shoebox gifts.
Administrative support volunteers organize and manage resources and information for regional or area teams. Their work is vital to bringing Good News and great joy to children in need.
Community relations team members use their gifts to be an ambassador in their local community. They engage and equip groups, businesses, and civic organizations to become actively involved in Operation Christmas Child.
Media support team members promote the message of Operation Christmas Child in their community through local print, radio, and television outlets.
Serve on the student relations team as an advocate for Operation Christmas Child in schools, universities, and student organizations.