Adventist Community Services

What We Do…

Adventist Community Services (ACS) assists the local church in training members to provide humanitarian relief and be active in meeting local and community needs. This ministry serves in many forms including soup kitchens, thrift stores, disaster relief, clothing distribution, elder care, tutoring, mentoring, and other local community projects.

Grants Available for Renovations

The North American Division Adventist Community Services have a grant program for local ACS groups with facilities that need some renovating or updating. This offer is to help cover capital purchases only, like tables, refrigerators, flooring, light fixtures, ect. An application needs to be filled out and criteria met, then it is reviewed and submitted to the NAD board for approval. This grant will not be available for operation expenses. There are only three times a year this application can be submitted.

If interested in learning more, please contact Alice Garrett at:

agarrett@wi.adventist.org
Call or text 608-345-3883

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Community Services

Our ministry involves community development, disaster response, emotional & spiritual care, hope for humanity, older adult tutoring, mentoring, and so much more.

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Humanitarian Work

Read stories from around the world of how Adventists aid to relieve suffering through Adventist Community Services and Adventist Disaster Relief Agency.

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Search for courses in community service and other topics to unleash and develop professional talents for Christ.

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Voluteers

We aid the proclamation of the gospel to all peoples through the ministry of Adventist Volunteers, matching talents, gifts, resources and professional expertise with defined needs.

Who We Are

For any inquiries call the Wisconsin Conference office at: 920-484-6555