Community Involvement

Local missions are our opportunities to fulfill Jesus’ command to truly love our neighbors as ourselves.
Community Action Center (CAC)
Community Action Center (CAC) provides help to the community with food, home energy, shelter, home rehab, rent, home ownership, weatherization, rental housing, legal advice and referral, and family support. They are expanding their volunteer opportunities; pick up an application during business hours. Contact CAC at (509) 334-9147. More Information…
Families for Kids
Foster or adopt a child in the foster care system. Whitman County is in need of individuals and families who are willing to be long-term or short-term foster parents. Providing respite care for families who are full time foster parents is also needed. This may mean taking a child for an afternoon or a weekend. Please consider helping the little ones of our community. Find out more about becoming a foster parent.
Meals on Wheels
Each year, Living Faith Fellowship serves with the Pullman Meals on Wheels program. We deliver hot, nutritious meals to those who may not otherwise have a “home cooked” meal each day.
Pullman Child Welfare Association/Pullman Food Bank
Serving the needs of the less fortunate in the Pullman School District since 1946 with food, new and used clothing, warm blankets, bedding, school supplies, interview clothing, holiday baskets and toys. There are multiple ways you can help. If interested please visit the Pullman Child Welfare website.
Palouse Care Network
Palouse Care Network is a Christian organization that provides confidential and compassionate care in the form of specialized medical, practical and spiritual support to those facing pregnancy, parenting, sexuality and abortion related issues. WISH Medical, which stands for Wholly Integrated Sexual Health, is the medical arm of Palouse Care Network.

Visit the Palouse Care Network website

Operation Christmas Child
Area churches come together to gather hundreds of shoe boxes filled with school supplies, toys and items any child would love to receive for Christmas. Boxes are collected during the month of November and shipped to a central distribution center, where they are packaged and sent to children in countries around the world. For more information, visit the Operation Christmas Child website.
Family Promise
Family Promise of the Palouse is a nonprofit organization that provides immediate shelter to homeless families in our community while helping people achieve lasting independence. Living Faith partners with Family Promise by opening up our facilities to needy families several times a year. If you are interested in volunteering in any way, please contact us.

Family Promise of the Palouse website