Maggie’s Place MissionCorps members carry out the heart of our work by serving the moms and babies in our homes.  They commit a year of their lives – and sometimes more – to the mothers and families, to the upkeep of the homes, and to an intentional community life.


×AmericorpCVNLogoWe are currently accepting applications for July 2014 start date. On-the-job training will be provided as well as room and board, health insurance and a $500 monthly stipend. Volunteers may be eligible for an AmeriCorps Education Award at the end of the service year. For questions or more information, contact Amanda Cup, the MissionCorps Director at missioncorps@maggiesplace.org, or call 602-262-5555.

What does this type of service look like?

  • Committing to a year or summer (minimum of 8 weeks) of service, with the possibility of renewal after one year
  • Living in community with pregnant women, new moms, newborns and other Corps Members
  • Participating in community functions (celebrations, fundraisers, meetings, retreats, etc.)
  • Providing house coverage (answering the phone, welcoming visitors, etc.)
  • Acting as a contact person (providing one-on-one support and guidance to a mom)
  • Assuming administrative duties (i.e. volunteer coordination, donation management, household operations, speaking presentations, etc.)
  • Embracing the mission and core values of the community
  • Growing in communication, conflict management, leadership, organization, responsibility and professional skills

To support the MissionCorps in their service, Maggie’s Place provides:

  • Room and board
  • Health insurance (year-long commitments only)
  • YMCA Membership
  • Monthly living stipend
  • Possible student loan deferment (through AmeriCorps)
  • Access to community vehicles
  • Monthly professional training
  • Monthly spiritual formation
  • Chapel in each home
  • Cute babies and a dynamic community life
  • The opportunity to touch the lives of others

Read testimonies from past MissionCorps here.

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