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Responding quickly in times of crisis, Operation Blessing volunteers are there for the suffering when disasters strike the United States. As an OB volunteer, you’ll have the opportunity to bless those facing devastation and loss.

When you volunteer with Operation Blessing for disaster relief, you’ll enjoy free food, as well as all the tools, supplies and first-class volunteer coordination that you need to make the most of your time on the ground.

We also offer opportunities for volunteer food packing and distribution. In addition, we welcome all digital volunteers who would like to spread the word about blessing the poor and hurting in partnership with Operation Blessing!




These opportunities arise primarily in the Hampton Roads area. Contact us for possible volunteer roles through our partner outreaches in other cities. Sign up for alerts.


Did you know that just by forwarding an Operation Blessing email or sharing a social media post you can make an amazing impact? Become a digital ambassador by spreading the word to your friends and family about the compassionate work they can do in partnership with Operation Blessing. Send along an inspiring story or an impassioned plea for help, and you will be advocating for the poor and hurting in a new and exciting way! Also check out our fundraising opportunities.


You have a heart to serve and Operation Blessing takes care of the details so that you can show God’s love to those in the midst of crisis. When major hurricanes, tornadoes and other devastating storms strike the U.S., volunteers become a key component of Operation Blessing’s disaster relief efforts. From serving hot meals and handing out bags of relief to helping residents salvage precious belongings and aiding in debris removal and cleanup, OB volunteers are critical to bringing relief in real time! Sign up for alerts.

Day/Local Volunteer Requirements:  

  • All volunteers must be 18 years and older
  • Must provide their own transportation to and from the Base of Operations daily
  • Volunteers must wear work boots or close-toe shoes
  • We recommend that you bring a pair of work gloves
  • All Volunteers must wear a Mask and follow Operation Blessing’s Safety Protocols

“It’s what we’re called to do ever since we gave our lives to Christ… We know that when people are in need, Christ calls us to help.” – Randy, OB volunteer

“It’s pretty amazing. I can’t really put a feeling into it. You just have to come and experience it… There’s so much love here. It’s just a blessing.” – Amy, OB volunteer

“We are being the hands and feet of Christ.” – Craig, OB volunteer

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